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- Everything you know about clearfix is wrong
- Starter CSS files versus reset styles sheets
- Installing Wordpress on Windows 7 using Microsoft® Web Platform Installer
- How to achieve alpha transparency in IE 6 without the need of an HTTP request
- How to give videos an intrinsic ratio.
- How to fix the
ABBRelement in Internet Explorer.
- Definition Lists: saving DLs one at a time.
- How to create float-less CSS layouts.
- How to create light weight drop shadow boxes.
- How to contain floats without structural markup.
- Hacking the YUI container script.
- z-index: how elements stack.
- Using CSS Sprites with my Image Replacement Technique.
- Semantics, unobtrusive scripting and beyond.
- The truth about Spry tabbed panels.
- How to fix the centered em-based layout bug.
- How to style a code listing with numbers showing in a gutter.
- How to use CSS to style a gallery of thumbnails with captions that flow.
- How to position
- How to expand
- Create Validation Links on-the-fly.
- How to display an
HTMLList like a table.
- Pure CSS Dropdown Menus that are browser, search-engines, screen-readers and keyboard-friendly.
- Using the DOM to plug images in Menus.
- An alternative to
- The perfect Drop Cap.
- A perfect Image Replacement technique.
- Images in Blockquotes.
- PNG overlay made easy.
- The perfect Menu.
- The perfect Photo Gallery.
- Boiler-plate Accessibility Statement.
- Keeping track of navigation state.
- The perfect FAQ page.
- A smart way to implement Accesskeys.
- Fluid CSS Layouts (hack-free).
- Say no to CSS hacks.
- CSS disjointed rollovers.
- CSS scalable tabs.
- CSS Dropdown menu.
- Three-column fluid CSS layout.
- TIP (an alternative to the FIR method).
- Popup Windows with no extra markup and more.
- And more...
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