CSS

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A while back I wrote about an amazing discovery I’d made in which I learned that stylesheets are part of the DOM. I mentioned some properties to play with for fun and profit, and then heartily went on my way. Today I’d like to explore the CSSOM with a little more discipline, and also explain

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I’ve been working for the last month or two on some super cool mobile templates for a client. As I’ve mentioned in other posts, we’ve pulled out all of the awesome for this. If Tridion were a person, it would be peeing its kilt with excitement every day — even though it definitely isn’t wearing

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CSS is so cool and easy! Since it’s not a programming language, anyone can do it! You just need to know the properties and how to write a selector, and the job is done! If you agreed with any of those statements, then this post is for you. CSS is cool, but it isn’t easy.

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Working in Content Management System (CMS) implementations has its challenges. While some of those challenges are in the application itself, many can be with the content authors. Content authors expect a certain amount of flexibility in how they can add or remove content on a page and we have to find a way to account

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CSS3 offers a ton of brand new ways that you can select elements in ways we’ve never thought of before. Today I want to focus on exclusively the structural pseudo-classes, which are ways of selecting elements based on the document tree. CSS2.1 limited us to :first-childĀ and IE7 and 8 have done a great job since

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Any of my web development buddies have learned that I’m a huge fan of the em. Huge fan. We’d be Facebook friends, we’d go on vacation together, yadda yadda yadda. When you look at my online resume you’ll be hard-up to find too many px written into my stylesheet. In fact, almost every property with

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Last week I was tackling a CSS problem when I suddenly stumbled into the magical world of the attribute selector. It’s not that I didn’t know about it, it’s that I didn’t know how powerful it was. And I wasn’t alone; Joey Shirley, a coworker, was dealing with a few issues that attribute selector magic