CSS event:Selectors

Justin Palmer has created a wonderful JavaScript snippet named CSS event:Selectors that allows you to allow you access to Javascript events using a CSS style syntax. If you work at all with JavaScript you’ll probably love this little hack as much as I do. Here is a quick example of what Palmer is up to: […]

From PSD to CSS

There is a nice tutorial at the Erratic Wisdom blog that will show you how to take your PSD website mockup and coding it into a standards based layout. This is a well-written, four-part tutorial that ironically begins by the author advocating taking a pencil and physically marking up the basic design composition. I would […]

CSS Bubble Tooltips

Bubble Tooltips is some more CSS magic from Alessandro Fulciniti that creates some very nice Javascript and CSS based tooltips.  As with other scripts from Alessandro, this one uses unobtrusive Javascript and degrades perfectly! We are starting to see particularly adept coders and programmers create features out of CSS that are very helpful and educational […]

Image Magnifier using CSS and JavaScript

The Image Magnifier is a pretty cool combination of CSS and JavaScript. Basically nowadays we have come to the point where any programmer with a creative idea is empowered to make things that are incredibly helpful, fun and potentially enriching— or a combination of all three! Almost anything you can imagine in the visual realm […]

Nice CSS Layout Gallery

The Web Page Layout Gallery contains 5 very nice examples of various website layout designs and they are offered for free usage. As the first paragraph on their webpage states: “building CSS-based layouts can be a real pain in the *ss.” How very true! A few other layouts included in this gallery are one designed […]