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  1. Styling Descriptions for Ultimate Fade-in slideshow (v2.1)

    There are actually 4 css selectors that can figure in this. Only three of them really matter. If you only have one show on your page, you only need to think about the last two. The selectors are:

    1. The id of the show, #fadeshow1, for example.

    2. .fadeslidedescdiv - the class for all description containers.

    3. .descpanelbg - the class for all description backgrounds.

    4. .descpanelfg - the class for all description foregrounds.

    ...
  2. CSS selector wish list

    With CSS3, we have gotten many new pseudo selectors that give us a great deal of options. However, the short list of combinator selectors has only been increased from 3 to 4:
    Code:
    foo bar
    foo>bar
    foo+bar
    foo~bar
    The first combinator is the most used selector and selects any element bar that is a descendant of foo. The second combinator selects any element bar that is a child (direct descendant) of foo. The third combinator selects any element bar that is an adjacent ...
  3. CSS Tidbit #1

    Have you ever noticed that ugly dotted border when you click a link?
    Here's how to make it go away and stay away. (Please don't laugh at the puny size of this tidbit.)
    Code:
    a { outline: none; }

    Updated 04-28-2009 at 10:12 PM by ddadmin

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  4. Happy belated/early Naked Day!

    Yesterday, April 9th was the fourth annual CSS Naked Day. Participating websites get rid of their stylesheets and feed their naked markup to the world. The reason for this is to promote web standards and semantics.

    To learn more about this and sign up (for next year) go to this page: http://naked.dustindiaz.com/

    P.S. I know it would have been better if I posted this before April 9th but I forgot about it. Well, instead of seeing this as a late post about ...
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