Creating Liquid CSS Tabs for Menus - dezinerfolio.com

CSS Tabs based menu systems are really improving instead of all the
classic button based navigation. This small tutorial will help you
create a image based liquid tab using CSS and xHTML.
Create a valid CSS alert message - bioneural.net

In various places around the net you may have seen alert boxes. Here's
a tutorial on how to create such an alert message that is CSS valid.
Create valid CSS floating corners - marcofolio.net

Many websites have eye-catching CSS floating corners. These can be
used for many purposes, such as advertations. If you're viewing this
page, you'll see one floating corner in your browser. Even when you
resize your browser, the corner will stick to his position.
Overlapping CSS Tabs - shapeshed.com

Overlapping navigation is a real problem in CSS with the box model and
browser support. It is possible though. This technique is advanced CSS
and the tutorial assumes a good level of understanding of both CSS and
CSS Star Rating System - pmob.co.uk

Simple CSS Star Rating System. No JavaScript required.
Making ListBox with CSS - hedgerwow.com

A tutorial on created advanced listboxes with CSS. Also works with images.
Fade Out Bottom - css-tricks.com

This is a cool effect where the bottom of the page seems to fade out.
The technique makes use of an fixed position div (bottom: 0%) with a
transparent PNG image and a high z-index value.
CSS Speech Bubbles - willmayo.com

Easy to customize speech bubbles coded in CSS and valid XHTML 1.0
strict. Tested in all major browsers.
Hoverbox Image Gallery - sonspring.com

Basically, it’s a super light-weight (8kb) roll-over photo gallery
that uses nothing but CSS...
CSS For Bar Graphs - applestooranges.com

This is a more complex visualization, yet still following the same
basic idea. Here the graph is a ‘bad’ to ‘good’ indicator with a
marker that travels the length of the color scheme. A lighter bar
shade also helps indicate the marker position as it travels from left
to right.
Even More Rounded Corners With CSS - schillmania.com

Yep, it's another article detailing a method of doing rounded corners
with CSS. In this case, single-image, PNG-based, fluid rounded corner
dialogs with support for borders, alpha transparency throughout,
gradients, patterns and whatever else you (or your designer) could
Styled Text Area - css-tricks.com

A textarea is an element on a webpage that you can type into. These
are commonly used as commenting areas, contact forms or address entry
areas. All browsers have defaults styles for textareas which vary. You
can take control of your textareas and style them with CSS, just like
any other element.
CSS Drop Shadows - alistapart.com

They’re the corkscrew in every graphic designer’s Swiss Army knife.
Much used, oft maligned but always popular, drop shadows are a staple
of graphic design. Although easy to accomplish with image-editing
software, they’re not of much use in the fast-changing world of web
design. On the web, adaptability and ease of use dictate trends — and
static images with a fixed background effect are not very adaptable.
Sitemap Celebration - zabdesign.de

Creating a sitemap for your website can be very useful. Use nested
lists to create a nice sitemap. Tested and works fine on most
Using Less Images - magnetiq.co

Image rollovers are usually composed of two individual images; one for
the default state and one for when the mouse is hovered over the image
or link. However, it bears some advantages to use a single image by
taking advantage of CSS image offsets.
Styling form controls with CSS, revisited - 456bereastreet.com

A question that is frequently asked in forums like the css-discuss
mailing list is how to style form controls in a consistent way across
platforms. Most of the time, the question is asked by someone who has
just tried to do that, and noticed the difference in rendering across
browsers and operating systems.
A CSS styled table version 2 - veerle.duoh.com

The data of tables can be boring so all the more reason that we need
to attract attention to it and make it as pleasant to read as
possible. Presentation and design with some basic accessibility rules
in mind is the way to go.
How to make sexy buttons with CSS - oscaralexander.com

This tutorial will teach you how to create pretty looking textual
buttons (with alternate pressed state) using CSS. Dynamic buttons save
you heaps of time otherwise spent creating graphics and will basically
make you a happier person at the end of the day.
Iconize Textlinks with CSS - pooliestudios.com

Links are fun, but sometimes we don't know where they take us. With
this little CSS technique a user can identify a link by its icon. The
idea is pretty simple, if a link points to a .pdf file, we show the
.pdf icon after the link.
Remote Linking - css-tricks.com

Remote linking is a rollover that affects another object on the page.
The rollover can affect itself as well. This can be done with PURE
CSS, making it a very cool and lightweight technique.
Floatutorial - css.maxdesign.com.au

Floatutorial takes you through the basics of floating elements such as
images, drop caps, next and back buttons, image galleries, inline
lists and multi-column layouts.
Simple Double Quotes - webdesignerwall.com

This CSS tutorial will show you how to display two double-quote images
using one blockquote tag. The trick here is apply one background image
to blockquote, and then apply another background to the first-letter
(pseudo-element) of blockquote.
Professional horizontal CSS Menus - cssplay.co.uk

Download some really cool professional looking horizontal menus. View
the source to learn how to create these menus on your own.


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