CSS Selectors and Pseudo Selectors and Browser Support

The following is a range of CSS tests of the most common browser support for selectors and pseudo selectors. The tests includes basic stuff from the good old days of CSS1 and funky stuff from the future CSS3…

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RMSforms – A flexible CSS Forms Framework

If you are a Web designer or developer, you know that styling forms with CSS is a huge pain. Not only are browser inconsistencies rampant in form elements, but it is very difficult to get an advanced form to layout correctly, both visually & semantically. To alleviate these issues and to help designers / developers avoid unwanted stress, I took a crack at developing “RMSforms”, a CSS forms framework. To apply it to your forms, simply download the RMSforms CSS Stylesheet, link to it from your HTML and apply the correct classes to the HTML structure described below and you will be on your way to creating complex CSS-based, tableless, flexible forms with ease…

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Better CSS Outline Suppression

The aim of these tests is to check which combination of :focus, :hover and :active works best in order to suppress the outline when an image-replaced link is clicked with the mouse, but leave it visible for keyboard users tabbing through the page…

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eCSStender – Use CSS3 in All Browsers

Extensions built with eCSStender greatly simplify the design process because you can author modern CSS using advanced selectors, properties such as border-radius, or custom font faces and rest assured that your design will work… even in IE6. To see what you can use today, browse the extensions. To use the extensions, download eCSStender and include it and your extensions in your site…

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LESS CSS Plugin for Coda

A Cocoa-based app that runs inside Coda and provides a GUI for the LESS compiler, which is a command-line tool that parses LESS syntax into standard CSS. It runs the command-line tool on all .less files within your website’s local directory, either when you click a button or automatically as you save each .less file — your choice. This happens in the background, so you never have to leave Coda or stop working…

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Atatonic CSS framework

Lately there are more and more CSS frameworks popping out of ground. My issue with most of them is that they mainly focus on the grid. All the other options are added in later. This framework has it's main focus on typography. Vertical rhythm is one of the most important things in design, so why not start your perspective from that angle?To make my life easier as a developer I added grid support in the Atatonic CSS Framework. Its works like any other grid system, but with only about 10 lines of css…

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