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June 03 2011


A tiny script that speeds up, simplifies and modernizes your site

May 19 2011

May 18 2011

Five simple steps to designing grid systems

The first part of this Five Simple Steps series is taking some of the points discussed in the preface and putting it to practice.

April 10 2011

April 06 2011

March 09 2011

January 31 2011

Less Framework 3

Less Framework is a cross-device css grid system based on using inline media queries.

October 26 2010

CSS Properties Index – Jens O. Meiert

A continuously updated list of all CSS properties
Tags: css reference

June 28 2010

CSS Selectors and Pseudo Selectors and browser support

The following is a range of CSS tests of the most common browsers' support for selectors and pseudo selectors.

June 01 2010

Developer’s Notebook: Forward-thinking CSS float-clearing | Pathfinder Development | Software Developers | Blogs

The art of float-clearing - getting containers to honor the height of floated elements inside of them - has slowly evolved over the past several years as Safari has taken over many Mac desktops, IE5/Mac has atrophied, IE7 has slowly caught on, and our use of CSS filters has improved. I'd like to share a slight variation on the state of the art that I believe makes for much cleaner markup. But first, a little background.
Tags: css ie float

May 26 2010

HTML email inline styler

Converts CSS rules into inline style attributes
Tags: email tool css

March 16 2010

Clearing a float container without source markup

When a float is contained within a container box that has a visible border or background, that float does not automatically force the container's bottom edge down as the float is made taller. Instead the float is ignored by the container and will hang down out of the container bottom like a flag. Those familiar only with Explorer for Windows may scratch their heads and say "That's not right!" True, IE/Win does enclose a float within a container 'automatically', but only if the container element happens to possess the MS-only quality called hasLayout. The W3C suggests placing a "cleared" element last in the container box, which is then recognized by the container height, forcing the container to enclose the float above that cleared element too.
Tags: css hack float

January 25 2010

Conditional comments, wenige Requests | Codecandies

Ich halte conditional comments für eine Lösung, CSS direkt auf den Internet Explorer und seine verschiedenen Hydra Versionen zu werfen. Ob aber die typische Art wie sie benutzt werden wirklich effizient ist, daran sind mir in letzter Zeit Zweifel gekommen.
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