Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a language for specifying the layout and presentation in general of markup such as HTML and XML.

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“CSS first” vs “HTML first” (Bootstrap, SASS)

Kind of a follow-up to Should I write HTML or CSS first? On a relatively large website, we are considering to use SASS and/or Bootstrap. From previous projects, there seem to be different ways to go ...
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html/css/javascript for game ui's

I've been looking into game ui's recently. My conclusion is that html/css/javascript would be the perfect solution IF it was wrapped up in a nice C++ library that allowed for easy integration into ...
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Linking stylesheets and scripts when using server side includes

I am working on a site where I want to have a header and footer on each page, so I thought about using server side includes for this. I have not used them before so I am a little bit unsure about best ...
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Switching CSS to use asset pipeline in Rails?

I have a lot of legacy CSS files from what was a Rails 2.x app that got upgraded to Rails 3.2.8, and I want to switch over to using the Rails asset pipeline for stylesheets. The issue is, the CSS ...
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Conditional CSS based on external modifier class - good practice?

Introduction / background: CSS components For a relatively large website we are working with SASS, and trying to manage CSS in components. The basic idea of components is that a component should look ...
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Rationale behind CSS height with percentage value

I've been using CSS for a few years, but there are some "quirks" that I cannot quite fathom. One of them is the height property when specified with a percentage. To quote the CSS 2.1 Specification ...
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Handling stylesheet from a real programming language

Lately I've been playing with CSS (and other web technologies). I'm a non-web programmer, and probably this is influencing way too much my approach. I found CSS syntax very limited, thus gave a shot ...
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Starting off with Grunt in an eclipse webapp project

I've been developing a webapp for some months now using struts2, jQuery and sitemesh to decorate my pages (JSP's mostly). My dependencies are managed by Maven and I've had a fun time learning as I'm ...
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Selenium Testing w/ dynamically generated element id's: XPATH or CSS selectors?

Background: I'm an intern tasked with learning Selenium; my organization plans on having QA/Testing use it to simplify testing. We use JSF and WebSphere Application Server. One of the persistent ...