Posts tagged with: HTML

Styling ordered list numbers | 456 Berea Street

“I’ve always been annoyed by how difficult it is to style the numbers of ordered lists. Quite often a design calls for something other than just a plain figure – a different font, size, colour, background, whatever. The traditional approach […]

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CSS Three — Connecting The Dots

As a web community, we’ve made a lot of exciting progress in regards to CSS3. We’ve put properties like text-shadow & border-radius to good use while stepping into background-clip and visual effects like transitions and animations. We’ve also spent a […]

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Adaptable view – how do they do it?

Adaptable view is a user interface design pattern which you can use to allow users to manually change visual appearance of content in order to fit their needs. This is usually done by switching styles (in web sites and applications). This […]

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Ordered lists and the “START” attribute | maxdesign

The Scenario You have an HTML document that includes ordered lists interspersed with other content. The ordered list items must be numbered continuously throughout the document (not restarting at number 1 each time an ordered list is used). The simplest […]

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