Tag: CSS

2009.06.26 16:32:28
Susan Jackman

While I typically do not like to re-post other peoples articles or blog posts and prefer to share my own thoughts and opinions I just found a really great resource over at CSS Tricks.  Please check it out!

  Susan Jackman | Web-based Communication | Internet | Domain name | Web Development | Tips | CSS | Great Resources | Technology
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2009.06.24 21:46:23
Susan Jackman

I've been working hard on a big project that I really want to share with you.  It's not finished, but it's the kindof project that will always be growing and evolving so it will never be truly finished.  It's a website and community for a non profit organization. STITCH features articles, blog, social networking community, forum, video, reviews, games, and so much more. But that's the technical stuff...


  Susan Jackman | CSS | Web Design | Technology | Content Management | Web Development | Education | Web-based Communication | Technology in the classroom | Projects
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2009.03.05 20:02:10
Lee Dixon

Sometimes I wonder about me. Today I purchased some new items for my personal Library which consists of some of the most boring books known to man, and that includes my tech books.

 I love to use CSS and to be honest I can never find enough books on the subject. If you are like me you know that it keeps evolving and that as soon as you master one thing you are behind on the next. Too bad browsers don't evolve in the same fashion, that's kind of odd isn't it?

 Well today I ordered a new CSS pocket reference guide, as I am about 2yrs behind on that and then I ordered a few other books to make the one worth the shipping. :)


  LeeDixon | Usability | Collaboration | Education | CSS
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2009.02.16 16:58:52
Susan Jackman

CSS Specificity, CSS Inheritance, and a few more CSS tips

You may have experienced the effects of specificity in a number of ways.  Perhaps you have applied a hover effect to a link only to be left scratching your head wondering why it’s not working.  Or perhaps you have noticed that if you move a declaration further down in your CSS file it magically seams to work.  Both of these examples are caused by CSS specificity, a difficult to understand concept for beginners and pros alike.

If you're using simple CSS documents, you may think that specificity really doesn't matter. But the larger and more complicated your CSS style sheets get, the more conflicts you're going to have.


  IE 6 | IE 7 | CSS | Tips | Susan Jackman
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2009.02.02 15:36:31
Susan Jackman

I just want to say a  special thanks to the following sites who listed Creative Weboluton as creative or inspirational.  Thank you!

http://www.cssshowcase.co.uk/
http://www.mostinspired.com
http://cssfury.com
http://www.beattheblock.com


  Web Design | Improving Our Service | CSS | Allocades | Susan Jackman
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