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1/19/2013 12:00:00 AM / 03:45:32 PM by Admin

css left You can measure them with what is called the Pixel, or em or Percentage. The Pixel The Pixel abbreviated, px, is the smallest dot that can be displayed on your computer screen. So, if the width of your element (content) is said to be 250px it means the top or bottom edge consists of 250 dots. The em This unit is related to what is called the Font (see later). The Percentage The Percentage is abbreviated, %. If they say the width of an element is 75%, it means that the width is 75% the width of its containing element.

HTML is a car with a small engine. It takes you where you want to go, but it won't get you there very fast and it won't feel or sound as cool as the car with the BIG engine-CSS and HTML combined. With a big, four-wheeled-drive engine you're less likely to get stuck in snow or mud, allowing you to go many more places than before. The same is true for web pages, and all you have to do to understand this is compare HTML sites to CSS sites. You can build a hundred web pages, but if you use HTML, you have to go through each one and modify it if you want to make a wholesale change. But with CSS, it's as simple as going to the one CSS page and changing the attribute (the background color, font size, or margins), and instantaneously having the rest of your pages change with it.

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1/14/2013 12:00:00 AM / 11:10:15 PM by Admin

The percentage unit is always relative to some CSS property as the above example illustrates; the CSS property may be that of a different element or the element itself. Typing the Unit When typing the unit you use the abbreviation and not the full name. You also do not put a space between the figure and the unit. So you can have something like, 345px or 2em or 65%. Also note that 1px is not the same as 1em which is not the same as 1%. Let us stop here and continue in the next part of the series.

. Wow, if you have read through the series from the beginning to this point, then you are beginning to get the feel of presentation with CSS. Let us stop here and continue in the next part of the series. Chrys CSS Web Design To Make Your Website Less Erroneous From the day CSS emerged as the part of website design, it was a temptation for the web design companies. Remember, manipulating anything to the maximum levels depends upon the way you use it. Most of the web design experts suggest that never jump on to the CSS in the very beginning, when preparing a website. When there was only HTML to create a website, designers used to make blunder of preparing a layout without content. Eventually, when the content is put on the page, the designers encounter the mismanaged width and height issues. Additionally, HTML makes it more difficult to make changes within the limited time span. CSS based website design is free from this obstacle.

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1/21/2013 12:00:00 AM / 00:44:40 PM by Admin

Step Two - How to Find the Right Website Design Company Interviewing the Potential Website Design Company When you first make contact with a Costa Rica website design company, one thing that is very important is whether they actually listen to what you have to say. If the person seems responsive to your needs and seems to understand what you want out of your website, this is a good sign that it is a reliable company. Get a proposal from that company. This will let you know whether you are dealing with amateurs or professionals. A good proposal will reiterate what you talked about in the interview and include other tidbits like company information, example of work and references. What you are looking for is a proposal that is not simply someone typing information in an email. You are looking for an actual document in the form of a professional document. If the document is graphically professional, the better the odds that it will be a reliable company. Make sure that you tell them that you need to get the following information in the proposal 1. Portfolio and References - This is one aspect that many people ask for but never follow through on it. It is not enough to just look at the work the website design company has done.

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1/6/2013 12:00:00 AM / 05:17:13 AM by Admin

zen css A couple things you might want to try out are setting the width of the tooltip (on the "span" declaration), changing the background color, and customizing the margins of the text in the tooltip. You can also change the position of the tooltip by adding "top ", "left ", "right ", "bottom ", or some combination thereof to the "a. info hover span" declaration. A few things to note, as well. You can add other stuff in the < span > element. For example, you can add < br / > tags to add line breaks. You can add other < a > tags inside. However, the mouse needs to move directly from the hovered anchor into the span block, or else the user will never be able to click on the link - in other words, make sure the tooltip overlaps the link. Although the tooltip needs to be embedded in an anchor tag, that doesn't mean it needs to be inside a link. Notice how there is no "href=''" attribute in the anchor tag above. You may therefore want to add some special styling to this type of anchor (which I declared as a special class, "info") so that a user knows it is a mouseover but not a regular link.