CSS selectors are used frequently in web development. Moreover, they are basics of website coding. Before moving to advanced CSS topics, every beginning web developer should understand them well.
Trying to figure out basic CSS2 pseudo-classes, such as :link, :visited, :hover and :active? This guide explains each one in more detail and give examples to help illustrate each one.
Image replacement is great a way to increase the visual attractiveness of your website while maintaining its accessibility and search engine visibility. This article introduces you to the concept and will also present two easy and useful techniques to accomplish it with CSS.
Looking to learn about CSS and browser compatibility? CSS hacks or CSS filters are a necessary part of web design to create websites that look consistent across different browsers. This article will show you how to use these filters to target several major browsers.
Learn a simple solution for using a CSS alternate stylesheet for your website or the website of a client. A basic, but sound knowledge of (X)HTML and PHP is required.
Integrated Development Environments are common for languages like C++ and Java, but when it comes to HTML and CSS it often feels like you are limited to notepad or Dreamweaver. However if you want something a little more useful and a little less bloated, here are a profusion of free CSS editors.
CSS background images are such an essential part of polishing web page designs in this day and age. The key is how, when, and where to use the images. Here is a guide to the CSS background image code to enable you to be effective as a web designer.
Cascading style sheets are used to create a consistent design in HTML web pages. There are numerous hacks that allow developers to manipulate the code to perform in a certain way, and CSS if statements are one of those hacks. This article looks at the scope of the CSS if statement and how it works.
This tutorial describes all of the DML queries available in SQL in detail. DML queries allow you to manipulate the data in your database tables.
An often overlooked aspect of web design is the property usage of the CSS scrollbar property. With this attribute, you can define how, when, and where your pages will display a scrollbar, optimizing the user’s experience on your pages and reducing confusion.