It seems trivial, but there are certain aspects of computer, and therefore also of HTML that occasionally should be revisited. It should be noted that the W3C strongly recommend against using tables to design the layout of the site. The tables are used for data input, the layout is done with div. The Read more…
Often (writing software and technology) that the article is now present, tomorrow has already passed. There is at least un plugin per WordPress to notify the reader that the post you're reading was written long ago, which it is a perfect fit and ready for use, groped but I also wanted to change the code of my theme to add this simple function automatically.
I state that the following steps create a box (in this case yellow) before the article title. (more…)
In today's article we see how to turn a simple form, with a button unformatted in an equally simple form with a formatted button. All colors, gradients and shadows will be “built” using the CSS rules for the version 3. These few simple rules are to take some’ with pliers, because they work perfectly with the browser based on Webkit (Safari, Konquerror, iPad/iPhone) e Gecko (Firefox e simili), but they are useless on all versions (more…)
In today's article we see a simple CSS rule, already present in many CSS Reset. I'm talking about the property “outline”. If the regola “outline” do not set the browser will display a dotted box around each link clicked. The default setting is that because it is also thought to those who use the Tab key to navigate, and beading without any lose focus on that link no longer understand it happened. I'm also thinking of those who can not use the mouse to visual defect. By removing the beading renderesti the site inaccessible to them. (more…)
Today we see an important property of CSS, Also inherited from the last version, i CSS3. I'm talking about (as you will be guessed from the title) property “z-index“.
The properties “height” and “width” impostarenno height and width, while “z-index” we need to move items into the third dimension of depth (the asse “The”). The third dimension is perpendicular to the screen and it will be easier to understand for those who know programs involving the use of levels.
Imagine the screen as a table on which lay some playing cards, in this way: (more…)
Sometimes on the internet ran into some ingenious solutions, that resolve in a few clicks a job that otherwise would last a few minutes (you, ok, we are talking about minutes, but is always a time-saving). The resources that we mark today (taken from the English blog SixRevisions) are simple font, whose characters consist of monochrome icons ready to be included in the web (with the CSS rule “
@font-face“), a technique in use for some time, but that hardly see applied. (more…)
From the birth of CSS3 web designers are literally crazy for countless new possibilities available. Some of the most striking are the ability to create a’shading (also blurred) below the text or to any element, the possibility of rotate the pieces how many degrees you want, effects fade-in and fade-out and some simple animations in bother. The trend seems to be to abandon (the comunque diminuire) the use of graphics software in favor of sophisticated rendering via CSS. (more…)
Today I report an important series of tutorials (lasting a mese) that promises to teach web design to those who design is fasting in just thirty days. The course starts from zero, and it is also addressed to those who do not know anything about web design. And by no mean zero.
The lessons are structured so as not to be too heavy, the first try not to “put too many irons in the fire” and run out in about ten minutes at the most, as a result are then introduced i shadow tag in the order of use. Particular attention has been devoted to compliance with the standards, all’accessibility and in how they interact HTML and CSS. (more…)
In today's tutorial we talk again about HTML graphics and CSS integration. In my article a few months ago I talked about the technical (also widely used by Google) of CSS sprites. In practice consists in inserting the majority of images repeated several times within the page into one big image, that will be called multiple times with our CSS.
As a matter of personal preference I tend to avoid using Gimp every time I have to create a different menu item navigation, I prefer to create only the backgrounds of buttons and then think about the styles using CSS. In this way, the first menu is better indexed by search engines, secondly I avoid “waste” the time to create me to every button a new image.