1st Nov 2005
Based on the tags from this post.
Mobiles 'to replace handheld PCs'
With the way mobile technology has been developing over the last few years it's interesting to read this old story on the BBC from 2003 which pr [...]
If you are inspecting someone's stylesheet and you're not quite sure what the Sam Hell is going on, then visit Select Oracle and stick the URL of t [...]
Stylesheets for handheld devices
useful details at the CSS Discuss site. [...]
Opera CSS and Hand-Held Devices
Let Opera know that a handheld style sheet is present by specifying "handheld" in the media attribute for the link or style tag, or use an @media or [...]
How to display links for a print stylesheet
Useful article by Aaron Gustafson, explaining a nice technique for displaying links when printing out your web pages. [...]
About Conditional Comments
Everyone knows that all good web designers keep their Internet Explorer specific styles in a seperate stylesheet. These styles are then called in us [...]
Invasion of the Body Switchers
Updated on A List Apart: an extensible stylesheet switcher. [...]
CSS for IE only
I found this interesting snippet from a blog made on the 31st July on the DHTML site; using a hyphen before a tag declaration in your stylesheet all [...]
If only I'd known! (tips for a new website)
Lots of useful tips anyone starting out in web design. I particularly like the print stylesheet suggestion. [...]
(oh no, not another accessibility tool!)What is the Accessibility Navbar?It's a must-have item for any self-respecting accessible website... um; wel [...]
A downside to CSS?
Jan Holzman highlights the one downside of using CSS:...when I had to code a stylesheet working for 5 different browsers. You know this procedure wh [...]
The sad, sad state of the mobile web
Christian Montoya talks about the poor support for the CSS media-type on mobile browsers and in particular highlights that the iPhone doesn't support [...]
Dynamic @import CSS files using PHP
Here is an inter esting article and discussion on browser sniffing to assess which stylesheet to load up. The main priority here is to detect Intern [...]
I've just discovered an amazing CSS technique at Me yerweb that I wasn't aware off; I'll need to run through the code on all my sites now and strip [...]
Transparent, small PNGs?
With reference to Eric Meyer's recent publication More Eric Meyer on CSS, he talks about creating, and more specifically, retaining tranparency when [...]
@media2016 - a glimpse into the future
I've seen the future of @media. There's no use complaining about the double tracked presentations because they're only going to multiply in number. An [...]