css specificity

1/22/2013 12:00:00 AM / 00:43:30 PM by Admin

css tutorial video h2 It would make all the h2 heading tags within the menu tag have the style you give the id. Don't make one though since menus don't have headings! It's just something worth knowing. To get rid of the underlines on the links, let's add a style to them that removes the underlines like this menu a text-decoration none; Let's give them a color that will let help them stand out as links. Try to choose one that shows up well on the background color. For the example we'll use a shade of grey menu a text-decoration none; color 444444; Now save and preview your HTML page and you'll see that the underlines are gone and they will be grey. We didn't have to edit the HTML because the menu already has menu id on it and we just added to it.

That is it, for this part of the series.

css lists

1/14/2013 12:00:00 AM / 05:17:24 PM by Admin

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info hover span display block; position absolute; border thin solid black; background-color yellow; < /style > < p >Here's some test text. Here is a bit of text with a < a class="info" >mouseover tooltip < span >Ta-da! Tooltip magic! Bla di bla bla. < /span> < /a >. < /p >Jazzing It Up and Other Final Notes Granted, this is very basic.

css specificity

1/15/2013 12:00:00 AM / 07:41:17 AM by Admin

As you think about creating your stylesheet for handheld devices, think about what you want to leave out just as much as you think about what you want to leave in. A mobile website isn't meant to be an exact duplicate of your standard website in a miniature form. It's meant to convey your message to your website visitors succinctly and expeditiously. After all, if they're accessing your website via a mobile device then they are most likely away from their desks and on the go which means they are not looking to wade and scroll through hundreds of words to find what they're looking for. Give them what they need right away. Use your CSS handheld stylesheet to set up the mobile version of your website so that it will display the information that you want your visitors to see when they first open up your page. Leave out heavy graphics and pictures and extraneous navigation. Instead, use different font colors to add to the visual style of your mobile website and create smaller graphics and pictures that you can call with your handheld stylesheet. What you would need to do is create separate "divs" that would be used in the handheld stylesheet and that would not be used in the screen stylesheet and vice versa. Then you would use "display none" to hide the "divs" you didn't want displayed. If you're familiar with making "print" versions of your website with CSS, then this method is very similar.

web design css

1/23/2013 12:00:00 AM / 09:25:38 AM by Admin

css slideshow So, including all these features in your website is definitely going to improve the profitability of your business. This is the reason why custom web designing is increasing its influence at much faster rate. But you need to understand your needs and what exactly you want to offer to your customers. All these things together will surely make your business exceptional. By PixelCrayons - web application development Easy (and Complete!) Website Design in Photoshop "If you want something done right, do it yourself" - cliche, maybe, but often very true. It's only when you can place your own ideas into a complete project, see your vision come to life in front of you, that you're truly happy with the final effect. No one else has your ideas or thoughts about how something should look. This totally applies to web design. More and more people are turning to websites for their business and personal pursuits, whether to sell products and services or to keep in touch with distant loved ones. The cost of hiring someone to design a professional website for you, though, can be frightening. Even more frightening can be the prospect of tackling it on your own.