The second version of the CSS Cheat Sheet, a quick reference guide for CSS, listing selector syntax, properties, units and other useful bits of information.
HTML is the language of the web. It is the semantic support on which websites depend. This A4 reference lists the various tags available to the web designer, as well as a selection of useful character entities, attributes and events.
Why worry about getting twice as many people to visit your site, when it can be far easier to double the number of sales from the people already visiting? Here are 10 ways to improve your website conversion rate.
A quick reference guide for CSS, listing selector syntax, properties, units and other useful bits of information.
How to preload images using CSS and so avoid delays with rollover effects.
A tool that outputs the structure of a page. Makes working with CSS (especially resolving inheritance issues) much easier.
An explanation of what the box model is and how it is treated by different user agents.
A tool to give an indication of how easy text is to read, using the Flesch-Kincaid, Gunning-Fog, Coleman-Liau, SMOG and Automated Readability scoring systems.
Regardless of your connection speed, this will show you how your site loads on PCs with older connections.
Using CSS for layouts can be a problem when using backgrounds for two columns that are not of equal length. This article expands on the solution to this problem from AListApart.
Most designers create printer friendly pages by creating two seperate pages for each single page of information. This article will teach you how to do the same with CSS and no duplication.
A populated select list (input box) with the states of the USA as options.
A populated select list (input box) with the countries of the World as options.