Philip Howard has written some cool code to style form controls, like radio buttons and checkboxes. My favorite is the way you can style a rating system… neat stuff, go check it out.
While working with ProjectServer CSS code I came across this style and I had never seen or used something like this before, so I thought it was pretty cool. Maybe I am showing my way behind the times self here, but I wanted to share. Continue reading Expand a DIV, TABLE, etc to fill the screen through CSS
A great practice for CSS is to group CSS classes/IDs together and list out common attributes only once. This streamlines your CSS code and makes for easier maintenance. For example if you have 5 classes/IDs that share the same font attributes, list the 5 classes/IDs together separated by commas with the attributes listed once instead of listing everything out 5 separate times. If the class/ID has additional style attributes it needs, just list the class/ID name out again with the unique attributes. For example: Continue reading Group your CSS classes and streamline your stylesheet
I often get asked how to custom adjust the automatic spacing added around a paragraph of text in HTML when using the
<P>tag. You can use the margin attribute and evenly or unevenly adjust the spacing. For example: Continue reading Adjust the spacing in the paragraph tag through CSS
I am a VisiBone card user and lover… I have used these for years and I can’t say how often I whip it out for a quick reference. With today’s technology being so vast, tidbits of basic info seem to get pushed back into the dark side of my brain and my VisiBone card always helps remind me of this or that attribute. THESE ARE A MUST! Check it out!!
Mart blogs about the CSS and HTML issues with SharePoint. I agree with everything Mark has said and would like to add that I would love to not only see the CSS and HTML streamlined, but to also see better templates for SharePoint. Continue reading How about CSS/HTML issues for SharePoint V3???