This post is in continuation to the a solution given by webdesignerWall, regarding the use of large CSS backgrounds in your website. You can check the site below: http://www.webdesignerwall.com/tutorials/how-to-css-large-background/ The solution he states is that of using display:table; for body tag wherein you are specifying your large background. The solution works quite fine! But when … Continue reading Large CSS background moves on resize, in IE 8
You might come across this scenario wherein, you want to override a css class of a third party add-in, but still not able to apply your styles. Well the reason is nothing but the concept of cascading coming into play. In this case, your third party selectors have the higher precedence over your site stylesheet. … Continue reading Third party tool styles overriding my styles?
Most of us know that Cascaded Style Sheet abbreviates to CSS . But why is it called so? What is the cascading happening out in the stylesheet. Well the concept is pretty simple, but powerful. You might come across scenarios wherein, you want to override a css class of a third party add-in, but still … Continue reading Concept of cascading in CSS
Using shortcuts in css, makes your CSS look neat, clean and compressed. It should be always taken into account that, you cannot simply play around with shortcuts. Different browsers, behave differently to the shortcuts. Following are some of the simple and effective shortcuts that i use in my css: Using Zeros :You need not mention … Continue reading CSS shortcuts
There can be scenarios wherein, you have a selector defining the width style like (w05,w30,w500 etc) and there is another set of selector that gives a border style like (b01, b02 etc...). You want to apply a full 2px border to an element and give it a width of 500px. In this case you can … Continue reading Applying multiple css selectors to the same element
Trust me! Initially I had a big time, figuring out what's with this positioning of relative and absolute. Before i move into the details of this article, let me take a quick tour through the positioning css offers us. CSS Position types: Absolute : To position the elements absolutely or perfectly, with respect to a … Continue reading Relative positioning to control absolute positioned elements