Better Ordered Lists (Using Simple PHP and CSS)

Ordered lists are boring! Sure you can apply background images and do quite a bit of sprucing up to a regular ordered list, but you just don’t get enough control over the number itself. Here is an example where you …

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Alternative Style Links

You may know the classic link style very well. Blue with an underline. There is an alternative way to achieve the same effect, that is a bit nicer.

Here is the code:

a {
  text-decoration: none;
  background: url(link-line.gif) repeat-x 0 
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CSS Frameworks Roundup (and some thoughts)

The guiding theory behind CSS frameworks is saving time. If you write a lot of CSS, you know you write a lot of the exact same code over and over and over. There is something to be said of learning …

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Matrix of Rollovers

Here is a bona fide little CSS-Trick for ya’ll.

I knew I could make a “matrix” of squares with rollovers. Then I got to wondering if I could duplicate that matrix of rollovers elsewhere on the screen. I figured I …

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