Over time, the CSS files of your website may become bloated with selectors that are not being used anywhere. You can easily find and delete these entries from your CSS.
Cascading Style Sheets or CSS helps you describe the presentation of an HTML document. See practical examples of what you can do to your website with CSS
Learn how to to add QR codes to your printed web pages using simple CSS rules.
The new Microsoft Logo uses the Segoe font while the squares represent Microsoft product families.
Do you like the new Windows 8 logo. Microsoft is use flat metro tiles done in one solid blue color and the same can be recreated in HTML.
Are you looking for an online WYWIWYG edit that will help you create pure CSS-based websites without having to write any code? Here's help.
Learn about the tools that will help you embed Tweets (or Twitter messages) in web pages as screenshot images or as live HTML.
Learn how to align your images on web pages and add text captions near the photograph similar to what you have seen on Wikipedia, BBC or The New York Times.
This CSS trick shows how to make your blog printer friendly. When readers print your web articles, they will get a clean version of the story without any sidebars, Google Ads, logos, navigation links and other extra elements.
The Art and Science of CSS is a good CSS book packed full of practical examples. Now you can download this ebook for free as a PDF.
Print What You Like is an awesome online website editor that enables you to modify web pages inside the browser without requiring any software or add-ons.
If you are displaying this FeedBurner badge on your site, read this workaround to hide that lower portion of the graphic.
Optimized CSS files are small and hence load faster. This article has a list of some of the best online CSS tools that will tweak and compress your CSS styles and also remove unused styles.
This water-color painting of George Bush may looking nothing special at the first glance but you’ll be surprised to know that it’s not an image.
Learn how to hide any web image with some CSS code. When people open a web page containing an hidden image, all they see is some plain text - the actual picture is revealed only when they select the entire text with a mouse.
This CSS code will add a subtle border around your photos and images using drop shadows very similar to Pinterest pins.