paulgrenwood


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1 244 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
Some browsers like Firefox and IE add a dotted outline border over the link user clicked. It is a useful accessibility feature that lets user know which link he clicked or is in focus. But sometimes you need to get rid of this, here’s the CSS you n...
0 255 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
While most of the internet users prefer to read content online but some of your users might like to print your article. With CSS you can control the page breaks within content just add this CSS class to your stylesheet and add this class to any tag w...
1 290 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
This is a very tall order, and we are going to be pulling out all kinds of different stuff to make it happen. First of all, because the image needs to scale, a traditional CSS background-image is already disqualified. That leaves us with an inline im...
3 317 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
This CSS trick lets you highlight the input field currently in focus. This trick does not work in IE though.
0 245 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
This piece of CSS code will highlight links that open in a new window so that user knows before hand that link will pop open in a new tab or window.
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1 280 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
I needed today to format the content differently according to the screen resolution of the user. So I thought that just by detecting the screen width using the screen.width property, I could change the stylesheet using jQuery. And so it was. Check th...
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1 372 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
Though CSS3 standard includes the opacity property, but not every browser supports it, here’s the CSS trick for cross browser transparency.
2 280 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
Internet Explorer does not understand the min-height property but here’s the CSS trick to accomplish that in IE.
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0 248 posted 12 years ago by paulgrenwood
CSS Attribute selectors are very powerful giving you many options to control styles of different elements e.g. you can add an icon based on the href attribute of the a tag to let the user know whether link points to an image, pdf, doc file etc.
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