Stuff tagged with css

An iPhone happy website

Developing websites for mobile devices has come a long way since I first started research on the subject; the only vaguely useful device for browsing was the Palm, and it had a really, really awful stripped-down version of Internet Explorer … Continue reading
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Quirky margins on inline elements

We all know that IE 6 will display a carriage return after a block-level element inside another block-level element, one such example being an unordered list, converted into menu navigation. The simple fix is to set the list-items to display … Continue reading
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Anchor pseudoclass issues in Internet Explorer 6

I’ve never come across this problem in all my years as a developer, and needless to say, it frustrated me no end. Everyone knows the LVHA rule, or LoVe HAte (if they don’t, they should know that :link comes first, … Continue reading
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Styling tables (part II)

Alright, so in the first part we covered the structure. Now we’re going to make the pretty. table { border-collapse: collapse; } This means “if two borders meet against one another, collapse them rather than have a doubly-thick border.” This … Continue reading
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Styling tables (part I)

Funnily enough, a lot of people ask me if I hate tables. The answer to that is no, I do not :) I rather dislike the use of tables for tabular layoutit is an unsemantic and, in the long run, … Continue reading
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