CSS3 provides the developer with abilities to manage powerful features such as rounded corners, shadows, gradients, etc. But since not all popular browsers (IE6-8) are aware of the new properties, implementing these kinds of designer ideas sometimes turns into a nightmare.
One of the advantages provided by CSS3 is its ability to specify multiple background images for elements.
The most pleasant innovation in HTML5 is its ability to display default text inside an input field and a text area. This became possible with introduction of placeholder attribute in HTML5.
Having too many choices is sometimes not very helpful. Unfortunately, developers always have to face such a confusing situation.
This is improved version of the slider which was presented in the previous article.
How can you tell the difference between margin and padding and when one should use them.
If we are not satisfied with the way a browser treats HTML elements by default we can change it.
We are going to talk about compactness (neatness) and correctness of CSS code.
Probably, you have already heard about the property hasLayout in IE and maybe you even know what it is and how it affects display of elements. No? Then let's have a closer look at this mysterious property.
If you are only beginning to work with HTML5 and you strive for new knowledge - the following tutorial is what you need. Here, in a simple way we'll try our best to explain how to create your own HTML5 MP3 player.
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.