Tag: CSS

Updated: 08/03/2011 – Added a live example of blocked non-ad images. Note: This post is not condoning tricking users by trying to slip advertisements past ad-blocking plugins. The purpose of this article to to help keep actual content from incorrectly being labeled as advertisements, and thus hidden from visitors. As someone viewing websites on the […]

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Fugue is a free icon set created by Yusuke Kamiyamane–free for personal and commercial projects. Let’s look at Fugue and how you can quickly add icons from the set to your site via the Fugue CSS Sprite Framework. Fugue – A Huge Icon Set This icon set currently has over 2000 16×16 pixel icons (in […]

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Photo Credit: Vladitto via Shutterstock Lately, I’ve been using Thematic–a framework for building WordPress themes faster. Thematic gives you a solid, bare-bones theme with reset CSS styles, a very basic layout, no color and limited typography. A clean slate. Don’t Touch That Theme! To create your theme, you don’t actually edit any of Thematic’s theme […]

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Remember the mottos you learned when you were a kid: “Winners don’t do drugs”, and “Cheaters never win”? Well, a little cheating never hurt anyone… when it comes to using cheat sheets, that is. Since there’s such a huge list of cheat sheets, let’s look at some of the useful cheat sheets for web designers. […]

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Due to the popularity of last week’s list of programs and services for freelancers, we’re bringing you 24 must-have online tools specifically for web designers. Testing Xenocode Browser Sandbox Run and test your sites in IE6, IE7, IE8, Firefox 2 and 3, Safari, Google Chrome and Opera without having to actually install the browsers on […]

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