Posts Tagged ‘CSS’

Useful Online CSS Tools

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Whether you are a CSS expert or just starting to learn CSS, it’s a good idea to have a collection of useful tools available to you. Luckily there are plenty of really useful CSS tools that can be found online to help you reduce the time spent styling up your website. (more…)

Grid Frameworks

Friday, April 9th, 2010

One of the most popular frameworks that I use every time these days is the 960 Grid System. This Framework is supplied in two layouts include a 12 column grid and a 16 column grid. Along with download of this framework is a Photoshop, Fireworks (more…)

CSS3 Techniques

Friday, March 26th, 2010

A while ago I wrote an article about CSS3 and some of the features that it can perform to allow users to develop more efficient and better looking websites. (more…)

Quick Tip 10 – CSS Vertical Alignment

Friday, March 12th, 2010

One consistent problem I always had when learning web design was to try and vertically align my content, whether it be a navigation or text in a div without excessive padding. (more…)

Quick Tip 9 – CSS min height

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Have you ever had the problem with your page layout because there is not enough content on the page, I have a solution for you! (more…)

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Bit Torrent Study Discovers Most File Sharers Are Now Monitored

Ever heard of torrents or used Bit Torrent to download movies, music or shared files over the internet? Researchers have discovered that anyone who does use Bit Torrent to download files over the World Wide Web will most probably be monitored. Studies were carried out by Birmingham University and they have discovered that if someone [...]
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