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1: new post   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
2: new post   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
3: new post   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
4: new post   Welcome to the CSS Forum and WebmasterWorld!
An introduction for new members.
Oct 25, 2003
5: new post   Validation, Quirks Mode and IE6
"How do you know for sure if a page has triggered quirks mode?"
Nov 14, 2006
6: new post   Valid CSS with "Warnings" - Any SEO Drawback?
Sept 1, 2006
7: new post   Using CSS to Make Great Looking Forms
How to use <fieldset> and <legend> tags with CSS to make nice looking forms
July 4, 2002
8: new post   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
9: new post   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
10: new post   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
11: new post   The Importance Of Speed Checking CSS
Dec 15, 2009
12: new post   The Ideal Print Stylesheet
"...a seperate stylesheet for printer friendly pages."
Aug 10, 2003
13: new post   The Correct or Standard Way to Write CSS
June 13, 2009
14: new post   The CSS Speech Module
The CSS3 Speech module is now in last call state. The journey for making accessible web standards has come far from WCAG guidelines, SSML (Speech Synthesis Markup Language ) now arriving at CSS Speech.[br][br]The CSS Speech Module is based on the concept of the Aural Box Model for content to be rendered in speech form. It is a counterpart to the visual box model for visual presentation of content.
Aug 27, 2011
15: new post   The CSS Crash Course
Series of hands on tutorials on Cascading StyleSheets
Dec 17, 2002
16: new post   The Box Models - Standard vs Quirks
Page looks great on IE but breaks on Firefox? Here's a solid rundown on the nasty box model issues that can sneak into our page layouts.
Aug 29, 2005
17: new post   Taking on IE bugs
An excellent summary with theory and explanation of how most if not all IE's CSS "bugs" may be related to just one property. ~ "Is it true that IE has all these bugs, or are they all simply variations on the same theme? Maybe there's simply just one or two bugs, not tens or hundreds?"
July 21, 2004
18: new post   Table-less CSS Forms
.. the title says it all but this is possibly the simplest, most flexible solution yet.
May 30, 2004
19: new post   Style and Internal vs. External Links
Studies have shown that most surfers don't care for nonstandard link displays. Ok, but what about external vs internal links?
Jan 14, 2003
20: new post   Simple CSS Construct for NN4
Ever want NN4 to ignore a line of your CSS file? Here's how.
Jan 11, 2003
21: new post   Should the <br> Tag be Axed?
"One of the points still being discussed for XHTML2 is whether or not <br> is still needed, or whether the proposed <l> element should replace it."
Sept 6, 2003
22: new post   Server Side Scripting in CSS Files
Using Server Side Scripting such as PHP/ASP *inside* a CSS file. Extremely useful for all kinds of purposes.
Nov 6, 2003
23: new post   Server Side Scripting in CSS Files
Nov 10, 2003
24: new post   Separation of Web Site Style, Structure & Content
"One of the big advantages of CSS is that you can stick all of the styling info somewhere other than the content."
Aug 15, 2008
25: new post   SEO'ing CSS : Can I have a Title Above H1
"I was wondering if it is possible to use special CSS tags above h1 in order to use as a kind of Master Header."
Sept 5, 2010
26: new post   Rogue "IE7" Project Gains Traction to Enhance IE
"...IE7 was developed by Dean Edwards as an open source project aimed to provide standards compliance for Internet Explorer."
Oct 19, 2004
27: new post   Resident WebmasterWorld CSS Guru Takes On The IE Display Bugs
"...IE has all these bugs...or are they all simply variations on the same theme? Maybe there's simply just one or two bugs, not tens or hundreds?"
July 21, 2004
28: new post   Reducing Bloated CSS
Tips on how to minimize CSS file sizes
Jan 11, 2002
29: new post   Pure CSS Popups - IE6 Bug
Eric Meyers Pure CSS Pop Up Menus have an IE Bug, this thread tackles some solutions
June 9, 2003
30: new post   Positioning a footer at the bottom of the screen
an updated, neat solution to the oft asked question, "how do I get a footer to stay at the bottom of the page regardless of it's height"...
Aug 5, 2004
31: new post   Position-fixed in IE6 with "expression()" and no jittering
"This technique enables you to emulate position-fixed in IE6 without the usual jittering problem when scrolling the page."
Mar 10, 2008
32: new post   Page Zooming with IE - hidden feature!
....works like Opera's zoom feature..."If this zoom is a reliable feature then - like many secret IE features - why weren't we told about it before! This suddenly makes IE6 potentially a lot more accessibility-friendly!"
July 23, 2004
33: new post   Overlapping and Offset Layers
Tableless CSS layout variations grow in usage and utility.
Dec 6, 2002
34: new post   New Look To The W3C Section on CSS
The main W3C Cascading Style Sheets page at the W3C has been updated. The old page was noteable in that there were few -- if any -- browsers that could properly render it as designed.
Feb 10, 2003
35: new post   Multiple CSS files combined into one file
May 25, 2006
36: new post   Mod_GZIP Compressed CSS Files Causing Netscape v4 Errors
"...if you've had problems with sites and NN4x and can't seem to find out why, check to see if your host is running mod_gzip and ask them to exclude your css files from being compressed."
Jan 19, 2003
37: new post   Microsoft to End Expressions In New Release of IE8
"Ending support for expressions, a feature often used to fix the very issues we have worked hard to address in this release, helps make IE8 more standard, faster and more secure for our users."
Oct 22, 2008
38: new post   Making Style Sheets Work in NN4
How to make the best of NN4 inability to render CSS correctly.
Feb 20, 2003
39: new post   List Items and Image Alignment?
Common solution to images not lining up with list items when using custom images as bullets
Dec 2, 2002
40: new post   Is your CSS site breaking in IE7?
It's time to get ready for Internet Explorer 7 and check sites for IE compatibility.
Sept 21, 2006
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