I love Firefox, it is my favoured browser but there is one little thing that really frustrates me, especially from a designer point of view. You may, or may not have noticed that the browser adds a dotted border around hyperlinks that only become visible upon activating the link. For many this is probably not a problem as its not exactly causing any problems to anyone, but I don’t like it. Continue reading →
From time-to-time there will probably be situations where you could use some help or guidance with CSS during your web design and development work. While there are plenty of great CSS sheet available, I would like to point out 1 that can be very helpful resources in these situations. Continue reading →
A drop cap is when the first letter of a paragraph is larger than the average font size and that letter ‘drops’ down 2 (or more) lines. You can actually see this example which is given below right here in this image. Continue reading →
This tutorial explains how to design a good form using a clean CSS design with only label and input tags to simulate an HTML table structure. You can use all CSS/HTML elements to design your custom form for your web projects: Continue reading →
In this post we crating a simple image gallery with caption. There is a much simpler way to do this with a list and some very easy CSS. Depending on what you want to do with your photo gallery you may want to have a caption or more information available on the page. Continue reading →
We are always looking to come up with the post that is attractive and useful for everyone. We most of the time focuses on the designer, developer’s resources and where anything is going to launch free of cost. There are countless designer’s and developers free resources available which everyone should review at least once. In this post I have collected 10 Most Useful Free Websites For Designers And Web Developers. Continue reading →
This is a tutorial on how to use CSS to create a simple two column layout.
The layout consists of a header, a main content column, a sidebar, and a footer. A pretty basic layout, and not at all difficult to create with CSS once you know how to deal with the inevitable Internet Explorer bugs.