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DD Tab Menu- incorporating 5 CSS horizontal menus

Date: 04/27/2007 | By ddadmin | Comments: 53
I've decided to create a 2 level Tab Menu based 5 of the CSS horizontal menus found here. Turn to this script when you need your CSS menu to support a second horizontal level. Oh yes, and if you like the script please digg it (to the right)!

CSS Equal Columns Height script (v1.01)

Date: 11/02/2006 | By ddadmin | Comments: 209

A common pitfall of a CSS based columns layout is that the columns do not share a common height. Unlike a table based layout where the height of the table itself dictates the height of all of its columns, CSS columns are independent of one another in that respect. Now, this can be problematic (from a design standpoint) when you wish to style one of your CSS columns in a way that should extend all the way down to the end of the layout, such as giving a side column an explicit background color, a surrounding border etc.


CSS code contest #1

Date: 07/21/2006 | By ddadmin | Comments: 10
I'm happy to announce the first Dynamic Drive CSS code contest, hopefully the first of many to come! Show off your CSS talents by submitting an original, CSS example to possibly be featured here. The top 3 submissions will each be awarded with a prize.

Submit a DHTML or CSS code!

Date: 06/08/2006 | By ddadmin | Comments: 0
The revamped code submission area is now up! As a coder submit an original DHTML or CSS code for other visitors of DD to utlilize or critique. Furthermore, through this method of submission, your code may be added to DD's DHTML or CSS Library section as we review the submissions.

Ajax rating feature added to CSS Library

Date: 06/06/2006 | By ddadmin | Comments: 4

Just a note that you can now rate the CSS examples within the CSS Library. This is done via an Ajax rating interface that appears on each CSS example page. Votes are on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best. Note that you can only vote once, and due to caching, the results are not updated live, but every 30 minutes.

Please vote responsibly, and enjoy! If you find any bugs or have any suggestions regarding this feature, please post here.


Updating a JavaScript to be XHTML compliant

Date: 05/14/2006 | By ddadmin | Comments: 22

As a webmaster you've undoubtedly noticed the increasing shift in coding practices from HTML to XHTML on the web. If you're a professional web designer, you've probably even heard it first hand from your clients who demand their web pages be XHTML compliant. I get quite a lot of emails on a monthly basis asking for help in making a webpage that contains a DHTML script to be XHTML compliant. A common misconception is that this is a difficult process, which can be no further from the truth.


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