Monthly Archives: September 2009
  • white-border-ie-problem

White border inside input button in IE

Yesterday, during I worked on PSD to XHTML conversion, I had a problem with input button under Internet Explorer 6 & 7. Both IE render white border inside button. Actually I had this problem many times, but was unable to […]

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HTML lists: what’s new in HTML 5?

There is a big and justified interest from the web community about the changes introduced in HTML 5 and in the last weeks I’m frequently receiving a lot of questions and requests about this topic. In this post I want […]

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Fresh Free High-Quality Icon Sets

The most important aspect of designing an individual icon is that it has to be instantly recognizable, you have to know its function, and you need to know exactly what it is. If you are designing a set, the actual […]

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17 Trendy Slab Serif Free Fonts

The Slab Serifs have being emerging as a nice trend, used in casual and dynamic layouts. Visit Source

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38 jQuery And CSS Drop Down Multi Level Menu Solutions

Here you’ll find 38 mainly jquery and CSS based drop-down or just multi level menu tutorials with down loadable files and explanations as well. It’s always good to have such reference articles in your bookmarks and when you have to […]

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FINALLY a new CSS only dropdwon menu – NO hacks, NO conditional comments, NO tables and NO javascript.

Stu has impressed me … again 🙂 Finally a working dropdown that uses no extra markup, no hacks, no conditional comments, no tables, is valid html/css, no javascript of any kind, works in IE6, and supports tabbing. Visit Source

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