Formalize CSS

I want some measure of control over form elements, without changing them so drastically as to appear foreign in a user’s operating system. Thus, my quest to find a happy medium, where browsers would generally agree and let me keep my sanity. The result is what I’m simply referring to as Formalize CSS…

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CSS3 Card Trick: A Fun CSS3 Experiment

This tutorial is based on a simple animated experiment that showcases just one of the amazing things you can create using CSS. I’ve used no images and no scripting; everything’s done using HTML and CSS…

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Understanding the CSS Display Property

One of the most powerful and useful properties in all CSS is, without a doubt, the display property. And yet, it is also one of the least well understood, especially by those just starting out with CSS. So, in this post I’ll try to shed some light on this little CSS gem…

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Create Beautiful CSS3 Typography

It has been suggested that beautiful and usable websites are created on a foundation of beautiful and usable typography. I’ve even read an article that suggests that the web is actually comprised of 95% typography. I’m not convinced that there is any empirical evidence for this figure, but I think that the point is a good one. And, that makes typography a pretty important element that you will want to look at very carefully…

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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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