If you’re looking for the latter, check out this css-tricks screencast.
I originally posted this article on 15 September 2010. This is an updated version.
This tutorial is for beginners. The method for creating the slider could be done differently, but I feel this way is more simple to understand.
inline-blockis something I hadn’t used until a couple of months ago. I was comfortable with block and inline elements so I didn’t feel the need to learn anything more. I was also under the impression, as I’m sure many developers are, that anything other than
display: inlinehas cross-browser inconsistency problems and should be avoided.
This article focuses on why you should start using
display: inline-block, understanding this value as well as how to make sure it is consistent across all modern browsers and IE7+.
A couple of months ago I wrote an article titled “How to horizontally center anything with CSS“. The featured method of the article was to center an element with a dynamic width using
Edited: 07 January 2014 – Updated article to reflect current browser support.
Gaussian blur is something I use a lot when it comes to Photoshop. It would be very handy to have that kind of ‘filter’ power within a browser environment.