CSS E-Book Volume 1: Basics, Tricks and Techniques

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This e-book is a collection of articles published here on Impressive Webs. The first 10 articles are basic tips and concepts, while the remainder are tricks and techniques of varying levels.

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Table of Contents

(28 articles, 105 pages, PDF format)

  • What’s the Best Way to Add CSS to a Web Page?
  • How Do I Target IE7 or IE8 Using CSS Hacks?
  • What’s the Difference Between Margins and Padding?
  • Using Absolute Positioning in CSS
  • How Do I Force the Browser to Use the Newest Version of my Stylesheet?
  • The Difference Between “Block” and “Inline”
  • What’s the Difference Between Classes and IDs in CSS?
  • Current Page Link Styles
  • Understanding CSS Shorthand
  • Using Min/Max Width and Height in CSS
  • A Stationary Logo That Changes on Page Scroll with CSS
  • Recreating CNN’s Beveled Navigation Buttons with Pure CSS
  • CSS3 Glow Tabs
  • Center Multiple DIVs with CSS
  • CSS3 Border Radius for Hover States
  • How to Resolve a Fluid Header/Footer Problem When the Window is Resized
  • Animated Sprites with CSS3 Transitions
  • An Option to Mimic CSS3 Text Shadow in Internet Explorer
  • Multiple Borders with CSS
  • Triggering CSS3 Transitions with JavaScript
  • Centered Heading Overlaying a Horizontal Line with CSS
  • Image Tint With CSS
  • Pure CSS Tool Tips Revisited
  • Mimic ‘onmouseout’ with CSS3 Transitions
  • Animating CSS3 Gradients
  • IE10 CSS Hacks
  • Using tabindex with :focus
  • CSS in Real Life

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