Tag: CSS

Font Squirrel just added a new @font-face filter to their site – letting you view just fonts that are available for embedding on a site via the CSS3 rule @font-face. Woo-Hoo! So far, there seems to be 148 free fonts on Font Squirrel that allow @font-face embedding. For a larger list of other sites featuring […]

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Which fonts can be freely embedded using @font-face? Our list of 5 resources will take out the guesswork. One of the most anticipated web developments recently is the @font-face rule for CSS3. The @font-face rule allows for actual fonts to be embedded, so you don’t have to rely on the visitor having that specific font […]

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I know the title sounds like I’m trying to pimp weight-loss drugs or a phenomenal exercise routine, but I assure you I’m not. Today, I’ll share 10 secrets basic steps I take when coding a site in CSS—steps that will hopefully get you thinking about your coding process. The following assumes that you already know […]

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Quick and Dirty: CSS Shorthand Tips

I’ve decided to provide some quick and dirty tips and code snippets over the next few weeks that are useful for beginners and good reminders for us that have been building websites for a while. This first set of quick and dirty tips involves 4 CSS shorthand tips for shortening the amount of code you […]

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Tech Soapbox just published an article on 10 Things to Factor Into Your HTML, outlining some important things to consider when coding a website. While I agree with the majority of the points made in the article, number 7 irks me a bit: 7. Use Outline:0 Another small one but useful for FireFox. The CSS […]

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