May 05, 2005

CSS 102: Borders and Backgrounds

In which Mark toots his own horn...

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October 04, 2004

Hey, I know that guy!

In which Mark notes a nice writeup by Apple on Eric Meyer...

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August 11, 2004

New Article at Digital Web Magazine

In which Mark promotes his new CSS article at Digital Web Magazine...

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February 12, 2004

Safari Bug update

In which Mark notes that the bug he reported has been squashed

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February 06, 2004

Safari Bug

In which Mark discusses a Safari bug...

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February 05, 2004

CSS Validator Broken

In which Mark discusses the broken CSS validator, and what you might do about it...

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January 12, 2004

New articles at A List Apart

Interestingly, these two articles describe techniques which are mutually exclusive (at least as presented in the articles). It is quite difficult to use a background image to create the illusion of columns, while maintaining a flexible width on said...

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January 05, 2004

New CSS site

Tooting my own horn here. A site that I have been working on for some time now is finally being launched officially today via a press release and a poster at the American Astronomical Society’s bi-annual meeting. The site...

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December 12, 2003

This week at A List Apart

Night of the Image Map by Stuart Robertson “CSS design from beyond the grave: all the secret ingredients you’ll need to resurrect the image map using CSS and structurally sensible XHTML. Departments”...

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December 08, 2003

Writing Efficient CSS

Most of you are aware that using CSS to style your content can save a significant amount of bandwidth, especially if you have a popular site. If you find that you need to squeeze every last bit (or byte) out...

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December 01, 2003

SimpleQuiz, Part X

In Part X of his ongoing series, SimpleQuiz, Dan Cederholm (for Matt Haughey) asks about the correct way to mark up multiple paragraphs within a list item. The concern is the extra vertical white space introduced by doing so. This...

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November 25, 2003

CSS Crib sheet

Dave Shea has given his CSS Crib Sheet a permanent home. Speaking of Dave, if you haven’t looked in awhile, you owe yourself a stroll through his CSS Zen Garden—there’s a lot of great designs in there......

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November 24, 2003

No Margin for Error

Andy Budd analyzes and explains how collapsing margins can affect your CSS layouts. Important information to keep in mind when designing your site, especially when using margins to control vertical whitespace. This also affects floated elements and clearing floated elements....

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