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Posts Tagged: css
So I think I’ve finally gotten all my css problems solved. Everything’s all nice and neat in IE6 on Win2K. I’ll check with IE5.5 on Win98 later tonight. I don’t have access to a Netscape and / or Mac … So tell me: How does this page look to you? Fonts ok? No crazy spacing… Read more »
I beat Firda‘s score on the W3Schools’ CSS Quiz Test. Heh. 85%
I like pecus. Nice css work. Very impressive.
Envy My good friend Billy has redesigned. Again. This guy … I like him. He has the same sort of distaste for what I like to think of as web complacency that I do. Never happy, never satisfied, always improving and learning. The newest iteration of his home on the ‘net, teambilly HQ, is beautifully… Read more »
I first saw the idea at wrongwaygoback.com several weeks ago. “Neale,” I thought to myself, “how in the &$%# did you get that to work without tables?!” He had changed wrongwaygoback.com into “dynamic ribbon device” and done it all in css. I was pretty impressed. The next thing I knew I read a post on… Read more »
I’ve just redesigned the OceanBlog without tables. It’s all done with css now. Very hip. This place is next.
Ruzzman has completely redesigned his site. I’m amazed. Enthralled even. Is this the future of weblogs? Of all online content? The mind wobbles.
dg.net – Now with even fewer bytes! Yeah … I got bored and redesigned again. Not much, really – just fooled around with some css and my blogger template. I wish I had the DHTML skills of Ryan combined with my friend Jason’s time to surf the ‘net … but … sorry, folks. You’re stuck… Read more »
I highly recommend TopStyle, the CSS editor made by BradSoft. The evaluation version is great. This little app makes creating and editing CSS files a snap. Try it. You’ll like it.