• CSS shorthand properties


    CSS shorthand properties make your CSS file look cleaner, easier to edit, easier to type and it reduces the total file size.

  • IE opacity with CSS


    Achieving IE opacity is a bit of an annoyance, no matter how you would like to achieve it. The most common way of doing this is to set a .png file as the background of an HTML element. Unfortunately IE 6 doesn’t support .png files without adding javascript to the page to enable .png opacity. It is beneficial to avoid using these files because it unnecessarily adds to the HTML requests.

  • Browser detection


    Browser detection is evil, but sometimes a necessary evil. In a perfect world, we would create a webpage that looks the same in every browser without browser detection or any other troubles; This is exactly what web standards aims to achieve. Unfortunately IE 6, 7 and 8 doesn’t adhere to the standards like they should. This forces us to use browser specific stylesheets.

  • Create a Yoyo with jQuery and CSS3


    Haven’t you ever just wanted a yoyo on your webpage? A beautiful, animated, spinning yoyo that slides down like a real yoyo would? I know I have never even thought of it and I probably would never have the need for it either, however it is very useful to learn (If you don’t already know) how one would go about creating a yoyo so you could use the techniques for other things. View the demo in Safari/Chrome and take full advantage of the CSS3.

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