Tagged: CSS

How To Talk To A Developer

As a fresh semester starts up for me teaching web development, now seems a good time to talk about communication. Communicating code and design problems is a skill, something that has to be learned...

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What’s The Difference Between opacity and rgba?

New web developers and designers often get rgba (and its hsla equivalent) confused with opacity, using them interchangeably until they come up against a visual result that makes no sense. This is understandable, as both...

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The span tag

<span> is the second-most commonly misunderstood tag in the HTML lexicon, after <div>. A useful way to think of <span> is this: it is an inline tag that is the liferaft of HTML, usedonly...

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Get Consistent Results in All Browsers

Web standards are prevailing guidelines used on the World Wide Web to ensure web sites and information is accessible to all in the most efficient manner. Most Web browsers have different default settings for...

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How to read minified CSS with ease?

Today we have a quick tip for those who feel depressed and cry when they see the holy grail of CSS in one single line in their website / theme stylesheets. Recently I started...

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How to make Blurry Text with CSS

Its pretty easy to make some blurry text with CSS. We can do it by just making the text color  transparent and adding some text shadow. Here’s the code for the same: Blurry Text with...

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CSS Style Guide – Part 4

Specificity As we’ve seen, CSS isn’t the most friendly of languages: globally operating, very leaky, dependent on location, hard to encapsulate, based on inheritance… But! None of that even comes close to the horrors...

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