Most Useful CSS Galleries Sorted by Google Pagerank

In this article you’ll find the most useful CSS showcase galleries. What makes them most useful is their search/sorting features – some of them let you search by colors, by layouts, by categories. And as a bonus they all are sorted by Google PR and current Alexa rating…

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CSS Transparency Settings for All Browsers

Transparency is one of those weird things that is treated completely differently in all browsers. To cover all your bases, you need 4 separate CSS statements. Fortunately they don’t interfere with each other really, so using them all every time you wish to add transparency is no big hassle and worry-free…

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Adaptive CSS-Layouts: New Era In Fluid Layouts?

Fluid web designs have many benefits, but only if implemented correctly. With proper technique, a design can be seen correctly on large screens, small screens and even tiny PDA screens. With bad coding structure, however, a fluid layout can be disastrous. Because of this, we need to find ways to work around most, if not all, of the cons of fluid design.

If you as a designer are going to go through all the extra work of creating a functional fluid layout, why not go a bit further and make it compatible with all resolutions, instead of just most? You can use a few techniques to create an incredibly versatile, adaptive layout that will stay perfectly functional with the constantly changing screen sizes…

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How To Use Multiple CSS Backgrounds

An article showing how you can use multiple divs and therefore multiple background images to create your web designs. Is that the right thing to do? From a web standardista’s point of view, probably not. But the technique is there if you ever need it…

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24 CSS Navigation and Menu Tutorials

The most important part of designing a new site is the navigation or menu system, but this can be tricky, time consuming and often frustrating. You need something that will fit into your design and most importantly, allow your readers to navigate with ease. Here’s you’ll find 24 CSS (in some cases with a little jQuery) Navigation and Menu Tutorials to help you on your way…

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10 Quick and Dirty Ways to Lay Out a List of Links

The best way to lay out a list of links — say, like those you would find in a footer — is typically to code them as an HTML list and use CSS for the presentation. However, sometimes this is not practical. Here are some variations on how you can separate a list of links, starting with the old standby, the vertical bar or pipe…

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Fixed vs Fluid vs Elastic Layout: What’s The Right One For You?

The problem has boggled the minds of Web designers for years: fixed, fluid, elastic or a hybrid layout design? Each option has its benefits and disadvantages. But the final decision depends so much on usability that it is not one to be made lightly. So, with all the confusion, is there a right decision? By considering a few factors and properly setting up the final design, you can end up with a successful layout design that reaps all the benefits. This article discusses the pros and cons of each type of layout…

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