cssglobe February 29, 2008 comments (12)
Web designers have an incredible opportunity to participate in an active community of designers and to learn from others at the same time. There are countless resources online for designers, and the community around these sites is very strong.
cssglobe February 27, 2008 comments (12)
cssglobe February 21, 2008 comments (20)
In this brief tutorial I will show you how to create custom solid double borders for images. No additional markup.
cssglobe February 18, 2008 comments (39)
Fighting form spam is something almost every website owner has to face. If you allow comments on your site you will most likely be a subject of form spam attacks.
cssglobe February 14, 2008 comments (83)
This tutorial is aimed at controlling the size of the thumbnails appearing on your page. Sometimes we don’t have enough space to spare to fit in large thumbnails and yet we would like to avoid small and barely recognizable images. Using this trick we limit the default dimensions of the thumb, and show it in full size when user mouse-overs it.
cssglobe February 11, 2008 comments (16)
Here’s an useless trick but I thought it’d be interesting to share. I am sure that you have seen online icon drawing applications. Looking at one of those recently I had an idea of how to draw old school pixelated shapes using only css. So I am presenting what might be a world’s first pure css drawer 🙂
cssglobe February 8, 2008 comments (37)
What would you say if someone asks you to choose between design and coding? Which do you prefer?
cssglobe February 7, 2008 comments (45)
As we already know, target attribute for anchor tags in strict doctypes is not included.
But we also know that sometimes we want to open a page in another window.
If we’re talking about all external pages I might
have a solution that you can easily apply even to your old sites.
cssglobe February 2, 2008 comments (28)
Data visualization is mostly achieved with flash applications or with help of some programming languages. Are those solutions the only way to present, let’s say simple data chart? How about giving it a try with nothing but good ol’ css?
cssglobe February 1, 2008 comments (8)
During the existence of CSSG I have received some criticism about not providing full content and direct links on RSS feeds. That situation is improved by introducing 3 various feeds for readers to choose from.