|Displaying Topics 81 - 120 (92 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: forward|
|81:|| The Importance Of Speed Checking CSS||Dec 15, 2009|
|82:|| The Microsoft CSS hasLayout Property|
"What came out of that discussion led us to Microsoft's site and their proprietary hasLayout property and it seemed pretty conclusive at the end of that thread that, yes, whatever this property actually is, it is indeed the cause of 99% of the more common IE rendering bugs/errors (disappearing, shifting elements)."
|July 19, 2005|
|83:|| The WebmasterWorld Guide to CSS3|
"WebmasterWorld Moderators swa66 and SuzyUK have created an excellent TOC guide to CSS3. It's one to bookmark."
|July 5, 2009|
|84:|| Travelocity New Site Design Locks Out Users|
Everyone loves to laugh when the big corporate site screws up - except when you have to use that screw up! Travelocity's new redesign relies heavily on dhtml drop down menus. The problem is the new design is incompatable with most 3 party browsers including Nokia Phones, Flavors of Mozilla, Opera Browser, and Pocket Internet Explorer. All of which are favored by road warriors.
|Mar 30, 2004|
|85:|| Using CSS to Make Great Looking Forms|
How to use <fieldset> and <legend> tags with CSS to make nice looking forms
|July 4, 2002|
|86:|| Valid CSS with "Warnings" - Any SEO Drawback?||Sept 1, 2006|
|87:|| Validation, Quirks Mode and IE6|
"How do you know for sure if a page has triggered quirks mode?"
|Nov 14, 2006|
|88:|| Welcome to the CSS Forum and WebmasterWorld!|
An introduction for new members.
|Oct 25, 2003|
|89:|| What Do You Want From CSS3?|
"What they are looking for is for people who use CSS extensively to let them know if there is some functionality that is missing, and would be useful, but is not in current specs."
|Jan 21, 2008|
|90:|| What is the smallest text you can read comfortably?|
Despite rumors to the contrary, CSS does NOT stand for Constant Straining and Squinting!
|Nov 18, 2002|
|91:|| Why 'Variables' in CSS Are Harmful|
"Adding any form of macros or additional scopes and indirections, including symbolic constants, is not just redundant, but changes CSS in ways that make it unsuitable for its intended audience."
|Oct 10, 2008|