Posts Tagged 'CSS'

How to make a clickable div

Making a clickable text or image is easy, just add the <a> tag surrounding it. But this doesn’t work with divs and sometimes we need a whole div to be clickable and not just text. The following code is for

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How to make a clickable div

Making a clickable text or image is easy, just add the <a> tag surrounding it. But this doesn’t work with divs and sometimes we need a whole div to be clickable and not just text. The following code is for

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Test your website on multiple browsers

One of the most painful tasks of a web developer/designer is to ensure that his website is compatible with the majority of the popular browsers. Nowadays this includes Firefox 2.0 and 3.0, Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8, Opera, and

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Test your website on multiple browsers

One of the most painful tasks of a web developer/designer is to ensure that his website is compatible with the majority of the popular browsers. Nowadays this includes Firefox 2.0 and 3.0, Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8, Opera, and

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How to style a blockquote with CSS

Blockquotes are an easy way to make your website stand out, by indicating that you are quoting someone you give a more professional approach to you website. You can do this by using <blockquote> Im quoting someone else</blockquote> But it

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How to style a blockquote with CSS

Blockquotes are an easy way to make your website stand out, by indicating that you are quoting someone you give a more professional approach to you website. You can do this by using <blockquote> Im quoting someone else</blockquote> But it

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-moz-opacity removed from Firefox 3.5

Well i just found out that Mozzila removed -moz-opacity from Firefox 3.5. It’s been deprecated for a long time and you can how replace it for the standard css property opacity. So something like -moz-opacity: 0.4 is now opacity: 0.4;

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-moz-opacity removed from Firefox 3.5

Well i just found out that Mozzila removed -moz-opacity from Firefox 3.5. It’s been deprecated for a long time and you can how replace it for the standard css property opacity. So something like -moz-opacity: 0.4 is now opacity: 0.4;

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