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Category: CSS
Posted by: aozman
Ever wanted to match the look of your HTML forms with the rest of your website? This article demonstrates how to apply customized backgrounds to HTML forms, while preserving stucturally clean markup and accesibility.

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Category: CSS
Posted by: aozman
Category: CSS
Posted by: aozman
Category: CSS
Posted by: yiorgos
Litebox is a modified version of Lightbox v2.0 created with one thing in mind, size reduction. Litebox utilizes the 3kb javascript library moo.fx in association with prototype.lite, giving us the basic tools we need to make this work and you the ability to expand.

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Category: CSS
Posted by: yiorgos
Some benefits of iBox:

1. Size. The Thickbox link above mentions this, but we take it even further. The total JS is under 11kb.

2. Versatility. Images, inline divs, and external HTML pages - iBox can load any of the three.

3. Support for non-JS users. Eg Login means ibox-login.html pops up for JS users, and a proper login page (login.html) for non-JS users. This was our biggest motivation in creating this - there are enough non-JS users that supporting them is important.

4. Compatibility - the script is self-contained. It won't break if you use prototype, moo.fx, scriptaculous, etc.

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Category: CSS
Posted by: yiorgos
Here you'll find original, practical CSS codes and examples such as CSS menus to give your site a visual boast.

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Category: CSS
Posted by: aozman
There’s a lot of really cool things that can be done using CSS and I’ve found some of the following resources to be very helpful to inspire ideas and learn new techniques. There’s a lot of good CSS tutorials out there so it’s pretty hard to narrow it down to only the 10 best. So instead of taking this list as the top 10 consider it as a collection of 10 great tutorials. I recommend having a good working knowledge of CSS/HTML before trying any of these on your own site.

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Category: CSS
Posted by: aozman
Category: CSS
Posted by: aozman
This tutorial examines the different layout properties available in CSS: position:static, position:relative, position:absolute, and float.
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Category: CSS
Posted by: aozman
Mollio is a simple set of html/css templates.
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