hover css

1/6/2013 12:00:00 AM / 04:23:01 AM by Admin

font family css This is 75% the height of the client area measured from the top edge of the client area. The value of the left property is 75%. This is 75% the width of the client area measured from the left edge of the client area. The rule has a z-index value of 2; this is under the assumption that no other element has a z-index property above 1. In that way it will always be in front all the other elements. CSS Properties for Fixed Positioning position This property takes the value, "fixed" meaning you want fixed positioning top The value here is a number in px or percentage.

left The value here is a number in px or percentage.

text css

1/25/2013 12:00:00 AM / 05:32:42 AM by Admin

Everything being equal, the BODY element is considered to be at z-index position zero. The elements in the normal flow are considered to be at z-index position 1. You can then place elements in the stack from z-index position 2 upward. So if you have 3 element to stack, one will be at z-index position 3, another and z-index position 4 and one at z-index position 5. The element with the greatest z-index is the one the user is seeing foremost; the rest are covered. To do absolute positioning, you need at least the following four CSS properties position This property takes the value, "absolute" meaning you want absolute positioning.

repeat-y You may have a small image and you want it to repeat itself in the background vertically from top to bottom. You need this for that body background-image url("myImage. gif"); background-repeat repeat-y The added property is, background-repeat and the value is, repeat-y. The first property/pair has to be there, to download the image. If the image were small, then you would have one long vertical stripe background image of the repeated small image on the left of the HTML element. repeat You may have a small image and you want it to repeat horizontal and vertically; that is to repeat and fill the whole background of the element.

hover css

2/1/2013 12:00:00 AM / 00:06:27 PM by Admin

The first was at her moorings when it was swamped by a rogue wave and sank killing 5 of the ship's crewmen. The second time was on October 15, 1863, during diving trials. In the second sinking the ship's chief designer, Horace L. Hunley died. In spite of sinking twice, the ship was raised and refitted. This was due to the dire need of the Confederate States to break the strangling blockade that the US Navy had off of its coast. The third set of tests for the ship proved to be successful. This brought the ship to the notice of Charleston's commander, General P. G. T. Beauregard.

css first element

1/22/2013 12:00:00 AM / 08:17:48 AM by Admin

w3school css If this is your very first website, I highly recommend this tutorial set. Learning your way through creating PSD layouts to the eventual conversion to HTML and CSS, you will gain a toolset to begin with that seriously set you apart from other 'beginners'. Line 25 How to Code up a Web Design from PSD to HTML Very simply, this tutorial is what it says it is. However, I would rate this a MEDIUM or DIFFICULT tutorial for one reason alone you must already have a good grasp on HTML coding before you use this tutorial. Other than that, this tutorial will take you beyond the auto-code from slices feature packaged in Photoshop, which often results is 'dirty' code that is associated with tables instead of CSS. Coding by hand ensures better SEO, cleaner code, and quicker load times.