Posts Under 'CSS'

print.css – an open source print stylesheet

print.css is an open source print stylesheet for the environmentally-conscious web developer by David Bushell, a website designer and developer working in London, UK. Features: Lightweight footprint CSS3 compliant Cross-browser Eco-friendly Download: v1.0.0 License: BSD and MIT licenses

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Test your website in various versions of Internet Explorer

One of a problem I seen while developing website’s is CSS layout is not working properly in all version of IE. Many people are still using IE 6 as their web browser in cyber cafe’s etc. There are tool’s like IETester, MultipleIE that can solve your problem. These are great tool’s for all web designers. […]

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Transparent PNGs in Internet Explorer 6

Transparent PNGs in Internet Explorer 6 by Drew McLellan Newer breeds of browser such as Firefox and Safari have offered support for PNG images with full alpha channel transparency for a few years. With the use of hacks, support has been available in Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6, but the hacks are non-ideal and have […]

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