posted on:January 2, 2009

2008 on Css Globe


Although this site is several years old, 2008 was the first year that CSSG started to fulfill it’s potential. At the beginning of the 2008 I started to write articles and that proved to be a good thing. Overall statistics went up significantly. At the beginning of 2008 I had 700 RSS subscribers and at the end the number was 7000+

My plan for the 2009 is to bring even more focus to the community news section. I will however be more selective when moderating submitted posts, so you might not see that many updates but the quality will rise. I also plan to include several site editors that will help me in finding the good stuff for you. Articles section will not be neglected (as it was in 2008). I plan to write at least 5 articles/tutorials per month.

Best wishes to all of you in 2009! :)

Community News

Here’s a small part of what you were able to read on CSSG in 2008. You might call this an editor’s choice.

Css Reference at Sitepoint

Keeping Your Elements’ Kids in Line with Offspring

The 7 CSS Hacks that we should use

CSS: Selector Variables

Cross-browser transparent columns

Remove Firefox’s dotted link border

Image Replacement in CSS3

10 best CSS hacks

Css Type Set

Top 10 Application-Design Mistakes

Five web 2.0 CSS menu tutorials

XHTML 2 vs. HTML 5

Css Wishlist

User Agent Style Sheets: Basics and Samples

25 Beautifully Dark Website Designs

6 Rules of AJAX SEO 2.0

Coding for the mobile web

How to create CSS layouts without using FLOAT

Table-Based Layout Is The Next Big Thing

HTML5: B and I tags are going to be useful (read: semantic) again!

Rethinking CSS Image Replacement

Subversion for Designers

Views From a Screen Reader User

On Choosing Type

10 Best Firefox Addons for Designers

Programing Cheat Sheets

Em Calculator

No CSS Reset

Effective CSS Shorthand

Extensible CSS Interface I: The Foundation

Homer Simpson CSS = AcidX

25 WYSIWYG Editors Reviewed

Tripoli

A parallax illusion with CSS: The Horse in Motion

Input vs. Button

(X)HTML – CSS Validation: Why validate your webpages?

A Preview of HTML 5

jQuery KeyPress Navigation

105+ Logo Design Tuts And Resources

Fix the bad text rendering in Safari

Create a multilevel Dropdown menu with CSS and improve it via jQuery

Formy – CSS Form Framework

Build Your Own Social Home

The 10 Worst Findability Crimes Committed by Web Designers & Developers

Emastic – CSS Framework

Fix Your CSS

MooTools Image Preloading with Progress Bar

When to use CSS framework?

10 Handwritten fonts you can’t miss

Best Practice for ID and Class Names

Form Elements: 40+ CSS/JS Styling and Functionality Techniques

Learn How To Develop For The iPhone

CSS 101: How to offset background from the right or bottom

jParallax enables 3rd View Dimension of Pictures

CSS Typography: Contrast Techniques, Tutorials and Best Practices

Manage Focus Effectively Using Contrast

Automatic news ticker with vertical scrolling and Start/Resume options

Animated GIFs In CSS Sprites

Why “variables” in CSS are harmful

The Problem with CSS is…

10 SEO elements all websites should have

Environmental friendly CSS, the series

Large Website Backgrounds Do’s and Don’ts

Keyboardr

Protect Images with Watermark CSS

Six Questions: Eric Meyer on CSS3

5 Exciting Things to Look Forward to in HTML 5

Fonts and the Web

Absolute Columns

Articles

According to Google Analytics the most successful Css Globe articles in 2008 were:

Easiest Tooltip and Image Preview Using jQuery

Pure CSS Animated Progress Bar

4 Uber Cool Css Techniques For Links

Create Resizing Thumbnails Using Overflow Property

8 Premium One Line Css Tips

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