HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners – Part 1 – Intro

Target audience Hello and welcome to my series of tutorials on HTML and CSS for Absolute Beginners. Before I begin, I’d like to clarify who my target audience is and who these set of tutorials are tailored for. These next series of tutorials are for absolute beginners who have no insight or knowledge into making and creating websites […]

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 How To Make IE7 and IE8 to Support HTML5 Tags

Ever since the introduction of HTML5, the compliance for modern web standards have continuously been a debacle when dealing with older browsers, particularly with Internet Explorer. While IE9 and newer has had considerable support for modern web standards, older versions of IE have just been a pain to design around.

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 How to Use CSS3 :before and :after Pseudo Elements

When you’re trying to work with HTML content that you are unable to edit (perhaps partially because of technical, work-related, or project-based), the only option to add other content without touching the HTML structure is to use the :before and :after pseudo-elements.

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 How to Use CSS3 Gradients for Various Browsers

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Gradients have constantly been used for many years in web design, mainly with the help of using gradient image backgrounds. Lately however, with the implementation of CSS3 to numerous current browsers, many web designers are able to render gradients without the use of images and instead allow browsers to render them quickly and much more […]

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