CSS Cheat Sheets etc


CSS and HTML Cheat Sheets

There’s a lot of cheat sheets available for CSS, html and any other web technology. I have picked a few that I believe stand out because they are able to assist you remebering important elements of key web technologies or because they are really well structured.

Print out your favorite Cheat Sheet and put it on the wall just next to your monitor to get instant access to help and reference.

CSS2 Cheat Sheet

This cheat sheet is designed to not only be a quick reference for CSS properties but also to give you a good feel for how each property should be used. It contains all of the properties in the CSS2 specification including a description of the syntax of each one. There are also sections that describe selectors, pseudo-elements and pseudo-classes, @ rules, and colors.

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Gosquared CSS help sheets

Good looking and well structured CSS overview

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addedbytes CSS2 Cheat Sheet

The CSS cheat sheet is a one-page reference sheet, listing all selectors (as of CSS 2.1) and properties. It includes a visual example of the box model, unit reference for CSS units and the various media types CSS makes allowance for.

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Core css

All you need to know about CSS in 3 parts. These documents go through all important aspects of CSS on a minimum number of pages.

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CSS Shorthand Cheat Sheet

Get help with some of the CSS elements that are so easy to forget.

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CSS2 – Quick Reference Guide – PDF

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XHTML 1.1 Cheat Sheet

This cheat sheet is designed to be a quick reference to all of the elements and attributes available in the XHTML 1.1 specification. And because XHTML 1.1 is designed to be modular, it is organized into sections to mirror the XHTML abstract modules and the elements and attributes contained within each.

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Gosquared html help sheets

Good looking and well structured html overview

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HTML Cheat Sheet

The HTML cheat sheet is a one-page A4 printable document, designed to provide a quick reference for HTML. PDF PNG

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HTML5 Canvas Cheat Sheet

The information is pretty much just a copy of what is found in the WHATWG specs, just condensed and hopefully a bit easier to read. There are virtually no explanations, however, and no examples other than some graphics for compositing values and a few other things (the appearance of which is very much inspired by those found in Mozilla’s examples). So, it’s basically just a listing of the attributes and methods of the canvas element and the 2d drawing context.

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HTML Character Entities Cheat Sheet

The HTML Character Entities cheat sheet is designed to act as a reference sheet, listing the various character codes in HTML. PDF PNG

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HTML Character Entities Cheat Sheet

This cheat sheet contains a list of all of the HTML 4 character entities including ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1) entities. The characters are organized into 8 groups: Latin characters, Greek characters, numbers, puncutation and miscellaneous symbols, mathematical symbols, currency symbols, arrows and shapes, and spacing symbols.

Each character contains a unicode entity reference (e.g. &#160) as well as a named entity reference (e.g.  ) where available.

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HTML Colors Cheat Sheet

This cheat sheet contains a chart of 1050 colors grouped by hue and varied into 25 different saturations and brightnesses for each. Each color has the HTML color code reprsented as a Hex triplet (e.g. #808080). Also, it contains a chart of the 216 Web-safe colors and each is represented as a single-digit Hex triplet (e.g. #999).

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RGB Hex Colour Chart

The RGB Hex colour chart is a very large (183kB) PNG file, and is sized to fit on a standard A4 piece of paper. It shows the 216 so-called “web safe” or “non-dithering” colours (there are actually only 22 web safe colours, but those are revolting).

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CSS getting started and reference resources

CSS Basics

Large getting started guide with verything you ever wanted to know about the basics of CSS

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Creating a CSS layout from scratch

This guide will attempt to take you step by step, through the process of creating a fully functioning CSS layout. I will try my best to explain the concepts behind each step, but a lot of the time other people have already covered these things better than I can. Because of this there will sometimes be links to more information on external sites.

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Webdesignfromscratch, CSS

Introduces most elements of we b development, including css.

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5 Simple CSS Tricks

A few really simple but essential tricks

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10 Principles of the CSS Masters

This is really essential tips from true css experts. A must read!

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CSS Specificity: Things You Should Know

Apart from Floats, the CSS Specificity is one of the most difficult concepts to grasp in Cascading Stylesheets. The different weight of selectors is usually the reason why your CSS-rules don’t apply to some elements, although you think they should have. In order to minimize the time for bug hunting you need to understand, how browsers interpret your code. And to understand that, you need to have a firm understanding on how specificity works.

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Solving 5 Common CSS Headaches

CSS is a relatively simple language to learn. Mastering it, on the other, can prove a little more difficult. Compensating for various browser inconsistencies alone can produce a migraine. In this article, we’ll demystify five of the most head thumping issues that you’ll encounter when building web applications.

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5 Ways to Instantly Write Better CSS

Sure, anyone can write CSS. Even programs are doing it for you now. But is the CSS any good? Here are 5 tips to start improving yours…

1. Reset, 2.Alphabetize, 3. Organization, 4. Consistency, 5. Start in the right place…

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How to Add Variables to Your CSS Files

Any designer who has worked with large CSS files will agree that its major weakness is its inability to use variables. In this article, we will learn how to implement variables by using PHP and Apache’s URL rewrite mod.

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15+ techniques and tools for cross browser CSS coding

Making your website compatible with a wide range of browsers is probably the hardest task of a front-end developer. To make your coder life easier, here is 15+ tools and techniques for crossbrowser CSS development.

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Throughout the guide, you will be shown cunning CSS techniques used to keep loadtime to a minimum and to organize and fine tune your content so it is presented in the best possible way.

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Page Layouts

Nice and Free CSS Templates

This site contains free css templates for your website – Just copy and paste and there you have a stunning website !

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Even more great layouts

If 53 fixed layouts were not enough here are some more both fixed and stretched layouts for ultimate flexibility. These 40 layouts are again completely CSS styled without any tables.

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Fixed Length CSS Layouts

42 free fixed length layouts ready for use

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Making web pages extend to the bottom of the window [1] [2]

If you ever made a web site with the content in a center column and a different background for the body, or with a short lateral navigation bar, probably you experienced the problem of some elements not extending to the bottom of the browser window when the height of the content is lesser than the document area of the browser window.

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Layout Packs

Several common fluid-width layout frameworks. Demos: Fixed, Fluid / Fixed, Fluid, Fixed / Fluid, Fixed / Half and Half

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CSS Equal Columns Height

A common pitfall of a CSS based columns layout is that the columns do not share a common height. Unlike a table based layout where the height of the table itself dictates the height of all of its columns, CSS columns are independent of one another in that respect. Now, this can be problematic (from a design standpoint) when you wish to style one of your CSS columns in a way that should extend all the way down to the end of the layout, such as giving a side column an explicit background color, a surrounding border etc…

CSS Positioning

CSS Centering – fun for all!

How do you center a containing block on a page using CSS? There are two main methods and the choice should be made based on whether your page layout is liquid (will move in and out depending on the size of the browser window) or fixed width.

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Absolute Positioning Inside Relative Positioning

A page element with relative positioning gives you the control to absolutely position children elements inside of it.

To some, this is obvious. To others, this may be one of those CSS “Ah-ha!” Moments. I remember it being a big deal for me when I first “got it”.

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Learn CSS Positioning in Ten Steps

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Faux Absolute Positioning

With faux absolute positioning, we can align every item to a predefined position on the grid.

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Vertical align for navigation lists with multiple lines

Let’s see a quick tip for aligning vertically navigation lists that use the tipical floated box approach to display the list in a row, but that have several items displayed across multiples lines.

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CSS and [Form] Elements

26 Essential Submit Button Enhancements

This article does not cover styling of image links that is closely realted to styling of submit buttons but usually used for menu navigation.

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Top 10 CSS buttons tutorial list

Buttons are a very important part of a website: They’re the most common way your visitors can trigger an action and interact with your website. Sadly, even theses days many web pages still displays ugly buttons. Here’s our “Top Ten” CSS buttons tutorial list, for giving your buttons, submits and links the beauty

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Prettier Accessible Forms

Form-styling solution that is both accessible and portable

Prettier Accessible Forms

CSS Typography

Advanced Typography techniques using CSS

This is an example of what you can do by combining and tweaking type using css. I am not at this time going to be describing the code in much depth, but if you are interested in learning how I did it download my advanced css typography example page and look through the source code.

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5 Advanced typography examples

All 5 are CSS based and demonstrate various techniques and looks including typewriter, fancy headlines, handwriting.

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Snook’s Resizable Underlines

The aim is to apply underlines to paragraph text that stretch the whole width of the column (without using justified text), regardless of the lengths of the paragraph text itself.

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Drop Cap – Capital Letters with CSS

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Opacity Applied to Heading

Opacity Applied to Heading

Magazine StyleDROP CAPS

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Data Visualization Techniques

Accessible Bar Chart

  • Table headers are there but hidden using the aural text class discussed in a previous article. Sighted users have already received information on what the chart is about.
  • A bar is created using an image which is stretched to the appropriate size.
  • Bar widths are calculated relative to the largest value.
  • Value cells have a repeated background image which shows the vertical lines.
  • Browsing the chart without CSS or images will render an ordinary table.
  • Value labels can be hidden by using the aural text class.

Accessible Data Visualization with Web Standards

Creating a Graph Using Percentage Background Images

Here you use pre-made background images to shade in the appropriate data.

Accessible Data Visualization with Web Standards

CSS Bar Graphs

Use CSS to show nice looking bar graphs based on just div and span tags

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Definition List Bar Chart

Here you find two examples of styling lists into horizontal bar charts. Each definition list item is assigned a class that adjusts its width using percentage units.

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PHP and CSS- A Simple Graph

Easy way to display a simple percentage graph using PHP to work out the percentages and do the maths and CSS to display the data on our page.

Accessible Data Visualization with Web Standards

Pure Css Data Chart

Data visualization is mostly achieved with flash applications or with help of some programming languages. Are those solutions the only way to present, let’s say simple data chart? How about giving it a try with nothing but good ol’ css?

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DHTML / CSS based bar graph

This vertical bar graph is done completely using DHTML and CSS! Unlike an applet based solution, this loads fast and blends in with the rest of the page. You can even use a transparent background for it!

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Pure CSS xhtml graph

This is simple bar-graph that shows data by month.

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CSS Vertical Bar Graphs

Here’s a fairly typical vertical bar graph showing a hypothetical set of quarterly data for, say, invoice and collection totals. The difference here is that the whole thing is a simple set of nested lists and CSS. Really.

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Pure Css Data Chart

Accessible Data Visualization with Web Standards

This simple technique just adds bars to a list of items behind the text (check out the finished example for an idea of what we’re shooting for). It works for lists of any length. Longer lists benefit from being sorted by count since the relative values of the bars are easier to read when they are sequential. In this example, we’re going to display the count for each item in the list, but you can leave that out if the value is less important on its own and you’re just showing the relative values for comparison.

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CSS Stacked Bar Graphs

There are plenty of CSS bar graph interpretations, but none of them did stacked bar graphs. So I’ve done it here. Based off Alen Grakalic’s Pure CSS Data Chart.

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Vertical Bar Graphs using CSS and PHP

Using CSS and PHP you can create attractive bar graphs (yes, even the stacked kind) that are always up to date.

Vertical Bar Graphs with CSS and PHP

Pure Css Line Graph

This technique takes structured html, replace text with images and by using css sprites and absolute positioning it creates a simulation of a line graph.

Pure Css Data Chart

Line Graph

Pure Css Data Chart

DHTML / CSS based line graph

This line graph is done completely using DHTML and CSS! Unlike an applet based solution, this loads fast and blends in with the rest of the page. You can even use a transparent background for it!

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CSS Scatter Plot

A scatter plot is a great way to graph two-dimensional data. Each data point is clickable in this solution.

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Pie Graph script

This is a purely DHTML/ CSS based Pie Graph script. It loads fast and blends in with the rest of the page. You can even use a transparent background for it!

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Dynamic Pie Chart with CSS

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CSS Working with Images

Create Resizable Images With CSS

Want layouts that still work if a user increases their browser’s text size? Resize images in order to stay in proportion with the content.

Create Resizable Images With CSS

CSS Image Preloader

Visitors browsing at slow connections have to wait until large images load and they don’t have a clue something is missing — they see an empty block of space between two blocks of text. Image preloader will solve this issue.

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CSS image replacement for submit buttons

Using this method you’ll get a clickable image when style sheets are active, and a standard button when style sheets are off.

CSS image replacement for submit buttons

Link Thumbnail

A picture’s worth a thousand words, right? So spice up those plain old text links with Link

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Shapes with Css, Rounded Corners and more

CSS Curves

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Mountaintop Corners

This example demonstrates the way that the CSS above sets the background images on either end of the box, while assigning a background color to shine through the transparent portions of the images.

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Sparkline charts

Here are three techniques for incorporating data visualization into standards-based navigation patterns.

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CSS Rounded Corners ‘Roundup’

This collection of techniques to create boxes with rounded corners using CSS has become quite popular. The problem now is there are so many choices it’s hard to know which one to choose.

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Fun With CSS Shapes

I bet a bunch of you don’t realize that we can create the illusion of shapes by using 100% CSS. By utilizing the border property in creative ways, we can make some really interesting polygons. In this week’s screencast, we’ll figure out a way to create speech-bubbles without resorting to background images.

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Easy CSS Pullquotes

Thechniques that help you create various types of Pullqoutes.

Easy CSS Pullquotes

Unobtrusive Sidenotes

Unobtrusive Sidenotes is a simple mix of Javascript and CSS that makes it ridiculously easy to incorporate sidenotes into your web pages or blogs

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CSS and Lists

CSS tricks for custom bullets

CSS tricks for custom bullets

Multi-Column Lists

How to produce a single, semantically logical ordered list that wraps into vertical columns.

Multi-Column Lists

Link List Block Hover

How to Create a Block Hover Effect for a List of Links

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CSS Print Page Tricks

Optimizing Your Website Structure For Print Using CSS

The secret to creating printable pages is being able to identify and control the “content area(s)” of your website. Most websites are composed of a header, footer, sidebars/subnavigation, and one main content area. Control the content area and most of your work is done. The following are my tips to conquering the print media without changing the integrity of your website.

Optimizing Your Website Structure For Print Using CSS

Improving Link Display for Print

How to insert the value of an anchor’s href attribute, in-line, after the text, slightly smaller and flanked by parentheses for printing web pages

Improving Link Display for Print

Optimizing Your Website Content For Print Using CSS

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Printing Web documents and CSS

This document describes some of the issues concerning the use of CSS to reformat Web documents for printing

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CSS and Tables

Fun with tables

On this page I explain some of the new CSS declarations to be used with tables.

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CSS Grid Frameworks

45+ CSS Grid Systems, Layout Generators and Tutorials that every Designer should know

large collection of CSS Grid Systems, online generators and tutorial on how to use these in your design. Using a CSS Grid System is really worth considering if you’re planning to create a complex magazine web design. This article will give you the overview and tools you need to get started.

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CSS Frameworks Roundup (and some thoughts)

Why use a framework? Besides saving time, there are lots of reasons: standardizing the organizational structure of your sites, avoiding dumb little mistakes, and browser compatibility. Sounds pretty compelling, but there are certainly reasons not to use them as well. For example, a framework might be too much for the site you are designing and it’s basically just unnecessary bloat. Another common argument against frameworks is that CSS and XHTML go hand in hand, they need to be designed and constructed together, so using pre-written CSS just isn’t an option.

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Prototyping With The Grid 960 CSS Framework

Grid 960 is a CSS Framework that enables developers to rapidly prototype designs. They are excellent tools for creating mock ups. Why? Because they do all the heavy lifting allowing you to get faster results.

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Build a Newspaper Theme With WP_Query and the 960 CSS Framework

WP_Query is a powerful tool to control what comes out of your loop. Today I’m going to teach you all how to use it to make a 3 columned newspaper theme that has all your main blog posts in the main column, and off to the side a set of posts with a certain category. We’ll be using the 960 CSS framework for the basic layout and reset of our theme, it will chop a lot of work off what’s needed!

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Prototype a Magazine-Style Home Page Template with the Blueprint CSS Framework

When Collis launched this site and asked readers for tutorial requests, a common one was for a “magazine themes” how-to for blog platforms. This tutorial focuses on the first part of the process: applying a CSS grid to the design to prototype a home page template.

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CSS Grid Positioning Module Level 3

This module describes integration of grid-based layout (similar to the grids traditionally used in books and newspapers) with CSS sizing and positioning.

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CSS 3 Resources

7 New Essential CSS 3 Techniques Revealed

This article presents 7 New CSS3 techniques that every web designer and developer should be aware of. CSS3 for sure will leads to greater flexibility and make effects that was previously complex and difficult to create much easier. Unfortunately it is not currently all the leading browsers that support CSS3.

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Tool tips

BoxOver

BoxOver uses javascript / DHTML to show tooltips on a website. Implementation of the tooltips, however, requires no knowledge of DHTML or javascript. Move your mouse over the items below to see examples.

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CSS Navigation and Menus Tools

CSS Menu Generator (mycssmenu.com)

MyCSSMenu provides the average webmaster with tools to create custom, cross browser compatible css menu. Our generator makes it easy to create custom web navigation: Horizontal, Vertical, Drop-down menu without having to know all the complicated HTML and CSS. If you are a more experienced web developer we provide the sources code for all our CSS menus so that you can download, tweak, and integrate as much as you want. Feel free to use our CSS menu generator an unlimited amount of times.

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CSS Menu Generator (webmaster-toolkit.com)

Generates both the CSS and the HTML code required to produce a text-based yet appealing set of navigation buttons. As text links are fast becoming preferred over images where search engine optimization is needed, a CSS menu can give the effectiveness of text links with a better look than standard text links. For an example of a CSS menu, look at our navigation on the left.

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The ULTIMATE CSS only drop-down menu

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CSS Candy Menu

Candy Menu is a stylish CSS drop down menu that’s comes in six provocative colors to get you started.

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Advanced CSS Menu Trick

What we want to do here, is instead of simply altering the state of the navigation item the user is currently rolling over, we want to alter the non navigation items as well. This will help focus the users attention on the item they have selected on, and create a new look and feel for the site overall. Want to see it in action? Look at my demo page before we start.

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Vertical menu designs

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Howto Create CSS menus

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Using Sliding Doors with WordPress Navigation

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CSS Tabs Menu with Dropdowns

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Advanced CSS Menu

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Animated horizontal tabs

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A flyout menu with breadcrumb trail

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A CSS only validating flyout menu

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Three up two down vertical flyout

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A flyout menu with FOUR sub levels, overlap and overrun.

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CSS graphic menu with rollovers

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CSS Sprite Navigation Tutorial

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cross-browser drop-down cascading validating menu

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Variations on a drop-down theme

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CSS Menu – Horizontal/Vertical

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11 CSS Navigation Menus

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CSS Mini Tabs (the UN-tab, tab)

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14 Vertical CSS Menus

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CSS Tabs

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Horizontal menu, top to bottom

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Hybrid CSS Dropdowns

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Flexible navigation example

Flexible-navigation

Navigation matrix reloaded

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CSS only flyout menu with transparency

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CSS only flyout/dropdown menu

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19 Horizontal menu designs

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Multiple Levels

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CSS Code Cleaner Tools

Clean CSS

A tool to optimize and format your CSS. Note that your code should be well-formed. This isn’t a validator which points out errors in your CSS code.

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Styleneat

This tool can really make your come more neat!

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CSS Compressor

Use this utility to compress your CSS to increase loading speed and save on bandwidth as well. You can choose from three levels of compression, depending on how legible you want the compressed CSS to be versus degree of compression. The “Normal” mode should work well in most cases, creating a good balance between the two.

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CSSTidy

CSSTidy is an opensource CSS parser and optimiser. It is available as executeable file (available for Windows, Linux and OSX) which can be controlled per command line and as PHP script (both with almost the same functionality).
In opposite to most other CSS parsers, no regular expressions are used and thus CSSTidy has full CSS2 support and a higher reliability.

Tabifier

A tool to properly indent computer code. The style it produces is a mix of my personal preferences for indentation plus what I could manage to make a program produce from dirty source. The tabifier currently supports CSS, HTML, and C Style code; the latter being anything that uses curly braces to start and end blocks, and semicolons to terminate statements. JavaScript and PHP both fall into that latter category.

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CSS Beautifier

Offers a variety of options, among them – Style Rule Settings, Style Property Settings, Alphabetizing Feature and De-Capitalization Feature.

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CSS Formatierer und Optimierer

Based on csstidy 1.3dev. The service is available in 4 languages : English, Deutsch, French, Chinese. It provides different compression layouts; you can sort selectors, properties, regroup selectors, optimize shorthands, compress colors, compress font-weight, discard invalid properties and add timestamps. It also allows to create a custom template the system will use to format the code. Note that your code should be well-formed. This is not a validator which points out errors in your CSS code.

Postable

“I absolutely hate having to switch all the ‘< ‘ and ‘>’ signs in my code to ‘<’ and ‘>,’ respectively. I also hate having to write “&” any time I want to include an ampersand. It makes including code snippets on my blog and whatnot extremely annoying, and today I finally got fed up.” This handy tool is a little app that will do all that for you. Created by Elliot Swan.

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CSS Tools

CSS Creator

Creates a fluid or fixed width floated column layout, with up to 3 columns and with header and footer. Values can be specified in either pixels, ems or percentages.

CSS-ayout-Generator

CSS Colors Palette Generator

Upload an image to generate a color palette based on the image’s primary colors. Useful for quickly grabbing a particular color within an image for inspiration.

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CSS Color Chart

This page contains a neutral colors chart and a general-purpose color chart. You can use the colors in the palettes with either HTML or CSS. Click on the color code to select it, then you can copy and paste it. Click on the Toggle button to convert from Hex to RGB and back. The charts are printed in tabular fashion so you can narrow your browser window with the palette and compare the colors to your design side-by-side.

I Like Your Colors!

A tool to extract the colors from the HTML and CSS of any web site. Compare the colors easily using hue groups.

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CSSFly

CSSFly is a web 2.0 tool for easy editing websites direct and in real-time in your browser. Simply edit the (X)HTML-code and the external Style-Sheet files : what you code is what you get! This tool is designed for developers. Use it for developing, testing or checking your web-project or take a look behind the scenerys of your favourite websites.

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Time Saving CSSEdit Tips

CSSEdit is another fantastic web dev app, which takes Apple’s WebKit by the reigns to deliver a fantastic real-time visual CSS editing experience. But that’s just it! People only know it as a visual CSS editor, when it is actually much more! I use these 5 fantastic tips to keep my work flow fast and smooth.

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Accessible Form Builder

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List-O-Matic

List-o-matic lets you choose the content, layout and presentation of your list-based navigation menus. Just give it a go – it’s child’s play!

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Markup Maker

Markup Maker takes a simple list of page ids that you enter and converts it to a valid XHTML/HTML document (scaffolding, if you like). Now includes HTML5 support

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CSS Mate

CSS Mate is an online CSS editor.

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Spanky Corners

‘Spanky Corners’ is an experimental technique for using only CSS to produce ’round-cornered content boxes’ with semantically pure markup. It does not require JavaScript to work

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CSS Rounded Box Generator

A tool to generate HTML and CSS for rounded corner boxes.

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Online CSS style editor.

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CSS HTML PHP Website Template Maker

A PHP/HTML/CSS template generator that creates a two column layout with both a header and a footer. This PHP / CSS Style Sheet template generator outputs full featured tableless code i.e. tables are NOT used for the template with the column layout. The resulting template is a combination of several files i.e. this is a true PHP, html, CSS template that makes it easy to control multiply pages at a web site.

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Page Maker – The Generator Form

CSS Source Ordered Variable Border 1-3 Columned Page Maker

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Firdamatic

An online tableless layout generator that allows you to create and customize layouts easily only by completing forms, making creating skins for your Firdamatic-based layout a breeze. This tool is available for free for personal/non-commercial use only .

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Free CSS Template Code Generator

Yields a three column layout without using any Tables. This HTML & CSS Style Sheet template generator outputs a full featured 3 column template. Resulting in an instant web page with a customized template that can be used to control the look of an entire site.

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CSS Form Code Make

HTML/CSS form generator that creates a nice looking layout for forms. Add a ‘little color’ to the forms.

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