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How To Change Property Of A Li Item Without Affecting Other Items? [on hold]

I'm cutting css and facing a problem. This is the screenshot of my current menu. And this is what I wish my menu to look like. You can have a look at the code I wrote in this link. My problem ...
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1answer
89 views

Combining position: relative with float in CSS

I have always thought of position: relative and float: left as different tools that should be used separately, with some features that overlap. position should be used for positioning things relative ...
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2answers
56 views

How to manage styles on a group of websites

Up until now the styles were handled by a single CSS file (for each site). I'm customizing it like this: opened the site in Firefox opened inspector/style editor changed CSS values around until I ...
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3answers
2k views

HTML + CSS or HTML5 + CSS3 or HTML5 + jQuery [closed]

I want to be a good UI Developer. I'm confused whether I should learn (I need some serious suggestions): 1) HTML + CSS + JavaScript or HTML5 + CSS3 + JavaScript or HTML5 + CSS3 + jQuery 2) Is it ...
9
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1answer
1k views

Why doesn't CSS natively support variables and hierarchy?

I am new to UI development, but I feel very uncomfortable with how CSS works. My use case is that I wanted to apply some specific styles inside a particular div on a page. CSS attempt: div.class1 ...
3
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2answers
1k views

Less vs Stylus vs Sass [closed]

I'd like to start using a CSS pre-processor to cut down development time. Which one of these is the fastest from this perspective?
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1answer
180 views

Why Browsers do not resolve simple known issues? [closed]

Why Browsers do not resolve simple known issues such as: (in the context of CSS) Do NOT start a class name with a number! This is only supported in Internet Explorer and Do NOT start an ID name ...
3
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1answer
194 views

today's multi-device world for web development

With the huge explosion of mobile devices and addition of HTML5/CSS3, there seems to be a shift towards "responsive" designs (i.e., adapting to smaller screen sizes) which seems to be achieved using ...