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Ultimate IE6 Cheatsheet: How To Fix 25+ Internet Explorer 6 Bugs

“The best strategy for dealing with Internet Explorer 6 is not to support it. Stop. Ok, I feel your frustration. You’re a web developer and you’re ready to tear your hair out because you have to support Internet Explorer 6, […]

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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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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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Taming Advanced CSS Selectors

CSS is one of the most powerful tools that is available to web designers (if not the most powerful). With it we can completely transform the look of a website in just a couple of minutes, and without even having […]

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Building Faster Websites with CSS Sprites

Using CSS sprites allows you to greatly increase your websites speed by using single image files that contain multiple graphics. In other words, when you have many images to be used, instead of having them as different individual files, we […]

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IE not interpreting text-indent on submit buttons ?

I’ve worked on many projects where in I had to style the form/input buttons using custom background images. That is, I had to hide the default text of the button. It’s not a big deal, I know. But it is, […]

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CSS Opacity That Doesn’t Affect Child Elements

This is a quick tip to demonstrate a way to work around the problem of child elements in your HTML inheriting the “alpha” settings of their parent. This tip is not necessarily recommended, because it creates extra markup and is […]

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