Archive for ‘CSS’
Digital Web has an interesting article up from yesterday that suggests an alternate method for structuring and organizing your CSS files. Based on the way many of today’s popular web application platforms, the technique steps into a middle man position between global and page-specific stylesheets.
A List Apart has just published issue #270. The first article, “Progressive Enhancement with CSS” is the second in a series from Aaron Gustafson. “Working From Home: The Readers Respond“, the second piece is a summary of results targeting those of you lucky enough to work from home.
There’s a well documented article/tutorial at NETTUTS that outlines the step-by-step process of creating a pretty slick style switcher with CSS and jQuery. It’s definitely something to keep in mind for that next Web project.
I’m fairly up on my CSS specificity, but it’s always nice to have a new way to explain it to those that may not quite grasp the concept. CSS-Tricks.com has a nice point-based system that will help anyone regardless of skill level iron out those specificity issues that pop up from time to time. Based [...]
Create Resizable Images With CSS Here’s an elegant method for “resizing” images with CSS.
Reset Reloaded Eric Meyer has released the final version of his CSS reset styles.
Eric Meyer posts his thoughts on the announcement that IE7 will have improved standards support. He makes a very valid point that resounded in my head a bit before I decided to post this.