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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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99 views

Best way to let users/visitors alter the website design

What I am trying to do is give the users/visitors the option to alter the whole website based on their taste. So they can move for example the sticky bar from top to bottom, alter background colors, ...
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105 views

Should I be using OOCSS in a CSS theme?

I have heard of OOCSS some time ago, but never really looked into it. Today I did so, and I thought of the implications of applying OOCSS to a simple CSS theme. One problem I thought of is that, by ...
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What process should I follow to implement (code) a web site in HTML5/CSS?

The title question is unfortunately pretty vague (or at least may be asking differently than what I intend)... but let me elaborate. I know basic HTML5 and CSS. I don't need to learn the tags and how ...
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603 views

CSS structure for creating responsive websites

I'm a back-end engineer who works on a small team so occasionally needs to do some front-end. I like to develop a good workflow and project structure before I start anything, so I'm wondering about ...
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217 views

History of vendor css prefix

When and how did this process of prefixing css with vendor specific prefix begin. Which browser/org start this and why was this started. I searched the web but found no details on this.
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How can a server side developer survive in a position which expects front-end involvement? [closed]

My background is back-end server development. Very back-end. Now I work in a position where I need to also take care of front-end. Nothing fancy but I need to be able to code for front-end as well. ...
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395 views

When making responsive design how many versions of account for? [closed]

I am learning how to make responsive layouts for sites and web applications. It's said we need to use media queries to find out the width(resolution) and then select the layout(wireframe) for that ...
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266 views

Is there a standard way to structure a website

When I first taught myself how to make websites (html/css) I used exact pixel width and height for all div elements. I've also practiced making websites with nothing but percentage width and height. ...
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Are unused CSS rules so costly that they must be removed?

I have been reading various Web application optimizing articles and many of them suggest to remove unused CSS rules. Currently, I have a page which has jQueryUI css, Bootstrap CSS, Datatables CSS and ...
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What's the right way to work with a graphic designer?

Recently, we worked with a graphic designer (arranged by the client) to provide the skin for a Django+Bootstrap application we had built. The designer provided a series of static images of the new ...
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Responsive Web Design vs. User-Agent Sniffing

The CSS3 media query feature has led to many interesting possibilities in terms of developing websites which adjust to many different screen sizes and devices. However, in practice, I'm starting to ...
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289 views

CSS Classes for semantics vs. styles in general cases

The W3C spec on the class attribute says There are no additional restrictions on the tokens authors can use in the class attribute, but authors are encouraged to use values that describe the ...
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1answer
419 views

What is the proper way to create a cross-fade effect?

When creating an image slider, using a cross fade is one of more popular effects. Various sliders use differing techniques to create such an effect. Major techniques I've found so far are: Method 1: ...
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3answers
146 views

Can display issues affect SEO?

Can website display issues on certain platforms affect a website's search rankings and potentially hinder any SEO efforts?
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519 views

Next step after creating mock-up screens

I have created some mockup screens for my app in HTML/CSS. I have 4 screens in total. They contain no client-side coding i.e. Javascript or jQuery. The screens themselves are quite bland at the ...
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949 views

Best practices for web page styling with CSS? [closed]

I have a website to design. I have information on how the page should look and interact. The problem is I'm not good in front-end design, and have put many many hours to get the hang of the stuff. ...
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6answers
396 views

Should i expect real world questions from interviewing agency ? [closed]

I started coding almost a year ago. By "coding" I mean HTML(5), CSS(3), and only few times I implemented some AJAX and JavaScript. I am interviewing for a position that expects me to know HTML, CSS, ...
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7answers
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How can I evaluate a candidate's knowledge of Html/CSS during an interview?

I am trying to determine some good interview questions to assess the ability of people coming in for a Html/CSS job, however that topic is extremely broad, and I'm not sure what sort of questions I ...
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Referencing external javascript vs. hosting my own copy

Say I have a web app that uses jQuery. Is it better practice to host the necessary javascript files on my own servers along with my website files, or to reference them on jQuery's CDN (example: ...
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3answers
793 views

Can resizing images with css be good?

After reading Is CSS resizing of images still a bad idea?, I thought of a similar question. (too similar? should this be closed?) Lets say you need to use 10 different product image sizes throughout ...
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Is CSS resizing of images still a bad idea?

It's always been looked at that using width/height attributes on images which aren't what the original image actual is is a bad idea. It could mean pixalated images or download sizes bigger than ...
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293 views

Introductory to Web programming but with Experience [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What should every programmer know about web development? I'm not sure where to start with web development. I have experience with HTML and PHP fundamentals and have ...
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Why don't we use dynamic (server-side generated) CSS?

As server-side generated HTML is trivial (and it was the only way to make dynamic webpages before AJAX), server-side generated CSS is not. Actually, I've never seen it. There are CSS compilers, but ...
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4answers
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Is it a good idea to use something like the Twitter Bootstrap in production?

I'm interning at a new startup, and I've been tasked with designing the front-end of the site. I really, really want to use the new Twitter Bootstrap (http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/). It's all ...
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2answers
224 views

Reference website for CSS 3 properties (like box-reflect)

Today, I started reading the book CSS Mastery 2nd edition. It is really a good book for anyone who is interested in learning some techniques. On page 151, I discovered the box-reflect property from ...
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Can you write a (dynamic) website using only XHTML and CSS?

I am more of a desktop developer that a web developer. Therefore I only know XHTML and CSS when it comes to the web (and C#, if that is in any way useful). I have a little experience with ASP.NET with ...
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Is it a good idea to use width and height properties with the < td > tag?

I am new to HTML and Im working on a self made project and I have to use < table > and < fieldset > tags in my html files. I need to set the width and height properties to the tables like ...
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What is the reason to put prefixes in new CSS features?

Is there a valid reason for the browsers to prefix new CSS features, instead of letting the webmasters use the non-prefixed version? For example, a sample code for the background gradient looks like: ...
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How much HTML and CSS should server side developer know?

I have done C and C++ and now I want to start my career as a web-developer. I read a lot about web-development and came to know that there were two types of developers on the web, 1. Client Side ...
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4answers
1k views

Guidelines for HTML/CSS/JS optimization process

Currently we have a Development server on which we write the HTML/CSS/JS code. We do not optimize our code using compressors/minifiers. So our deployment process from Development to Production is ...
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3answers
338 views

Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2008 Express? [closed]

I just came across this while searching on Google for HTML/CSS tutorials. Does anyone recommend this software for building websites? Or should I just stick to learning pencil and paper hand coding ...
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622 views

Writing a client contract for Web development?

I am a small time web dev freelancer during my time off at university and I have some horror stories when it comes to designing sites for people (not that the sites are bad - just the clients DO NOT ...
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3answers
433 views

Recommended requirements when outsourcing xhtml/css site building?

I'm considering outsourcing a part of our web application development project for freelancers, namely the site building part. What I mean by site building is the process of creating the xhtml/css ...
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4answers
275 views

Are there efforts to build a collaboratively edited HTML/JS/DOM reference?

W3Schools has a reputation of being incomplete, sometimes incorrect, and ridden with advertising; still, when looking to look up some things or link to documentation when answering a SO question, it ...
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2k views

Where to master HTML, CSS and Javascript? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What should a developer know before building a public web site? I gotten interested in web-development lately. I am still a student. I learnt basics of HTML, CSS and ...
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Career Advice: Should I relearn XHTML and CSS for my career?

Currently, I am a Ruby/Rails developers. Before I was .NET developer and got MCTS in Windows Client Development. But of the time I don't touch any HTML or CSS and I don't have any experience in doing ...