At first glance, the use of classes and ids is almost identical: both can assign CSS properties with needed values to change the appearance of HTML document. But, under what circumstances can we make better use of classes, and under what ids?
There were always problems with rounded corners when working with boxes.
Most of the prominent browsers (Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Safari) don't have a method of targeting CSS for a particular browser.
In CSS, templates of selectors are used to select element(s) which you want to style.
Vendor prefixes are prefixes added to CSS properties that are used by browser vendors for non-standard properties.
This article belongs to the category "for beginners". Using simple words, we are going to talk about the fifth version of HTML.
This article describes, in a simple way, how to style checkboxes and radio buttons using only CSS3.
This article explains how to create a button with rounded corners using only CSS3.
Creating high quality product is a result of coordinated team work. It is important to make teams work together efficiently.
This article contains 10 examples of HTML5 canvas. These examples provide a good demonstration of the HTML5 canvas features.
This is a rather simple example of how to create a gallery using CSS3 animation.
This article demonstrates how to create a simple gallery using only CSS.
In this article you will find out about the distinction between an acronym and an abbreviation.