Category: CSS

Unusual & Unique Examples Of Website Navigation

Website navigation is one of the most important web usability aspects so you should take this into consideration creating clear and intuitive website navigation design. People coming to your website usually have some web experience and they expect to find...

/ March 22, 2012

Favourite Links 3

Time again for another round of fun and exciting links! If you have any you want featuring on next weeks roundup then let me know via Twitter (via @stugreenham).

/ January 18, 2010

Tutorial: Using CSS Shorthand in your Stylesheets

Using CSS Shorthand is great for reducing the lines of code and preventing us typing lots of duplicate lines of code in our stylesheet's, but how many of us use it? I notice on a lot of developers stylesheets that...

/ January 14, 2010

Favourite Links 1

I am going to start a set of weekly posts that will show you my favourite links I have found, been sent or have used myself at some point. Please, if you have time to take a few minutes to...

/ December 31, 2009

20 Great CSS Design Showcase Websites for Inspiration

We've all had days where our creativity becomes non-existant and are in desperate need of some inspiration to get us kick started again. Fortunately for us we have a huge variety of choice when it comes to web showcasing which...

/ December 8, 2009

Reverse Your Email with CSS and Prevent Spam

SPAM... Literally the most annoying word! When I used to work in IT Support, I would constantly get asked how to stop spam, and my reply would always be that you can't! There is only so much software you can...

/ April 30, 2009

Removing the Dotted Hyperlink Borders

I love Firefox, it is my favoured browser but there is one little thing that really frustrates me, especially from a designer point of view. You may, or may not have noticed that the browser adds a dotted border around...

/ October 12, 2008