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Avoid Confusion: 5 Ways to Simplify Your Web Design Process

by Juliette Anderson April 01, 2020
When you try to build your site, ideas will most likely come flashing down your head like a flurry. You might even find it hard to resist the temptation of acknowledging everything while trying to marry all ideas into one chaotic website.

Using CSS for a Simpler Life

by Robert P Williams October 29, 2007
CSS makes creating visually appealing pages a simplified task. CSS does not require loads of opening and closing tags that basic HTML depends on. This allows the webmaster to easily design page backgrounds, text fonts and many other elements required for visually appealing web pages quickly and easily.

Making Your Website Cross Browser Compatible

May 03, 2007
This is not an article that will bash Internet Explorer or Firefox, nor take sides with either of the most popular browsers.

New CSS Commands for Internet Explorer 7

by Trenton Moss March 13, 2007
There are a small handful of new CSS commands that you can now use for Internet Explorer 7. Well, they're not really new - most other browsers have supported them for a long time and IE is only just catching up. These new commands basically give you more

Ten CSS Tricks You May Not Know

by Trenton Moss January 09, 2007
10 original CSS tricks for your webpage.

Is Your Business Website "Old School"?

by Linda Bustos November 24, 2006
Is your business website's potential stunted by its use of outdated coding technology? This article explains how replacing tables-based HTML coding with Cascading Style Sheets can drive search engine traffic, improve the customer experience, save you money on hosting and maintenance and give your website a professional look that makes a lasting impression.

The Continuing Development Of CSS as a Web Standard

by Kadence Buchanan November 08, 2006
Cascading style sheets were formally introduced by the W3C in 1997 and in the nine years since have made gradual progress to becoming a web standard. Although the W3C mandates style sheets instead of HTML formatting for internal styles, many web designers have been slow to adopt CSS.

Websites, Search Engines and All That Jazz

by Jose de la Serna September 27, 2006
The business of putting up a website on the World Wide Web is not really for the faint-hearted. It is very easy to think that there is nothing to it. A naive newbie will always say, there are about 70 million websites in the Internet, surely I can make one just like the ugliest one there is.

Top 7 Tips for Using CSS

by Nasir A August 07, 2006
Consider the following 7 reasons why using CSS is a must and see if it convinces you to change your method of web design.

CSS support in HTML emails of Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail and Gmail

by Xavier Frenette July 20, 2006
This article doesn't discuss about whether or not HTML messages have their place in our mailboxes, but about a problem web developers face when creating HTML emails: the email client support of CSS.

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