T&S SAID WHAT?!
Everything we claim we wrote about "css"
September 5, 2011 by Tim Priebe
We recently had one of our designers create a table design for a client with alternating column colors. Instead of laughing at her and not coding it, we instead decided to use a little jQuery goodness to get it taken care of. We included the following code in our document’s head, using the Google jQuery [...]
If you’re a Dreamweaver user and you try to make sure your sites work in Internet Explorer 6, this tip is for you. When using Dreamweaver templates, one of the things that Dreamweaver does well is automatically correct paths for you. This is extremely helpful, because you don’t have to worry about what directory you’re [...]
I’m Sean Sanders, one of the relatively new programmers here at T&S. Our former programmer Nick Little blogged previously about tools to help with web development, and one of those tools I find incredibly useful is the Firebug plugin for Firefox. There are some situations when having the ability to look at the CSS in [...]
April 13, 2009 by Tim Priebe
A good CSS reset is a must-have in terms of website design. A CSS reset file sets basic styles so that they will be consistant amongst all the major browsers. For example, most browsers display headings (h1, h2, h3…) at slightly different sizes. A reset file can make them the same size across major browsers, [...]
August 15, 2008 by Nick Little