Here’s a use for CSS that you may not have considered yet. CSS is great at determining device widths and we can use this information to provide device-specific content to take personalization one step further.
Replacing Icons with CSS
CSS only graphics provide consistency, speed, changeability and search engine friendliness. The techniques are simple and many are supported by even the oldest of web browsers.
Mobile development – tiny screen, big headaches
I've been creating mobile sites on a regular basis for over two years now and I still don't feel like I've gotten it 100% right.…
Buttons – the time-saving, bandwidth-reducing, seo-friendlier way
There are many more reasons to avoid button graphics than to use them. Most effects can be produced using only CSS, and what’s even better is that they can be applied to just about any element in your HTML.
Matching link and text colors – the easy way
Let me start by saying that this method uses a new feature found in the CSS 3 spec. So, it might not be the best…