In IE6, I occasionally get an image being covered by the background color of the div that contains it. Huh? [more inside]
How does one sort hexadecimal colors properly? [more inside]
Looking to add lightbox functionality to my website, but one big problem seems to stand in the way. [more inside]
CSS Filter: When I load my site in IE7 - the background does not stretch to the bottom of the page until I refresh. WTF! [more inside]
I have a problem where I show a document within an iframe, and I wish to have links clicked within the iframe show in the toplevel window instead of the iframe. But there's a twist... [more inside]
CSS: What's the deal with positioning? [more inside]
Without access to PHP, MySQL, or any other fancy server-side stuff I still need to have dynamic pages. What are my options? [more inside]
CSS filter: IE7 slides my slideshow ~150 pixels to the right, what gives? [more inside]
How can I extract the font and color information from an *Illustrator* file's paragraph styles and character styles? An ordered plain-text list would be great, coded CSS based on style names even greater. [more inside]
Web designers: help! My poor CSS skills are driving me nuts. [more inside]
I'm starting a new tourism website for my local area. It's a mash of google maps, with photos and information of a given area featuring some of the neat stuff happening, or that has happened. And now I need some help with the wordpress theme. [more inside]
I'm such a horrible n00b. How do I use css to vertically align the text in an input textbox with the label on the corresponding submit button? [more inside]
Please help me modify my flyout menu navigation to have rounded corners. Currently it's an asp .net control, which (apparently) does not allow this modification. [more inside]
HTML / CSS Gurus. I have a TABLE with a bunch of dynamic columns. The table may have 4, 7, or 20 columns. Each table column HEADER ( TH tag ) contains two inline elements, 1) a tiny image icon for sorting, and 2) a column description in text. I would like these two elements to sit next to each other and NEVER ON SEPARATE LINES, essentially putting them into an inline-block. Unfortunately, if the text in the corresponding TD tags are below a certain width, the browser will force the width of the column, and subsequently force the two inline elements of the TH onto two different lines. How can I prevent this from happening in IE & Firefox without explicitly declaring the width of the columns. I have to use a IMG element for my icons, and not a css background-image.
How can I strip out extraneous CSS rules from my stylesheets? [more inside]
Having made myself dependent on Dreamweaver and CMSes, I suddenly find myself ignorant of the basics of reusable site content. Help. [more inside]
I'm interested in learning more about graphic design for the web. I figure reading some blogs and maybe forums would be the best way to do this. Can you guys reccomend a few of the best ones?
WordpressFilter: How to change sidebar text alignment in a specific theme... [more inside]
Wanted: 'WAI for dummkopfs'. Please recommend your favourite dead tree books on web design, usability, accessibility - or anything you wish the average corporate webmaster knew. [more inside]
Can I make different categories of link text on a web page show as "unvisited" after different intervals?
CSS/Print/QTVR Filter: I am trying to print this page. But when I do the QTVR image doesn't print (FWIW: it's a poster QT image with the QTVR). How can I get it to print? I have a special print.css file.
I set up a div with the overflow:hidden attribute and several anchors to jump down to different elements. In safari, this approach isn't working. It hides the overflow, allright, but I can't use my anchors to jump around. What gives? I googled around a bit and saw that float attributes might cause problems, but I'm not using any. [more inside]
web colors question: using separate images for the rounded corners of a CSS div makes the main body and the corners different colors, although in photoshop they are identical... [more inside]
Help explain how a hacker could perform a XSS exploit. This article explains how a bad-guy could send a malicious query through an unvalidated searchbox and essentially modify the html on the search results page. What I don't understand is how the hacker could have this malicious code display on a page that I am browsing. Except for unvalidated forum posts, how can a hacker inject malicious code into a webpage. If I ensure that my forum posts don't allow HTML and I am not loading external js files, what do I have to worry about?
This site, http://www.mydoop.org/, displays as intended except in IE7.... [more inside]
CSS: This should be simple, but I, the super-novice, can't find the answer. I need to figure out how to get my float:right column to sit next to my float:left column, instead of it sitting to the right, but below the left... in IE of course. [more inside]
In making a gallery page for a website, what is the easiest way to have a scrolling area for clickable thumbnails that bring up a larger image, as well as some information about the image, in a table cell above? Specifics, examples, many self links, and my (mangled) code so far available inside. [more inside]
Given that I'm somewhat proficient in website coding (php, CSS, xhtml and so on) how can I constructively educate myself on actual design? What resources exist that will make me a better designer? [more inside]
What's the best way to have a CSS rule apply only to Safari? [more inside]
Probably a dead-simple CSS question. I'm trying to pad an image in a Wordpress based blog so that the text isn't crunched right up against it. [more inside]
I'm an experienced webdesigner looking for a CMS/blog whose themes are easy to change or build from scratch (preferably just through CSS).
Open source software for a professional web design company. [more inside]
In Internet Explorer, my blog seems to be disappearing to the left. I'm fairly certain that it has something to do with my alteration to the original template's blockquote style. [more inside]
I have found it impossible to grasp the concept of CSS. A friend taught me to hand code HTML, then I taught myself how to use Dreamweaver. I love HTML and design nice looking sites that are full of tables, repeated font tags, etc. I really want and need to move on. I want to learn CSS, but it just does not sink into my pea-brain. I've tried various online tutorials but just can't stay interested, mainly because I get lost pretty quickly into the tutorial. Certainly it can't be that difficult, what can I do to make this easier for me to absorb?
CSS aid needed: I'm going to see a client tomorrow morning and I want to get this working before I see her. I have a horizontal rollover image menu, but I would like to have a different image to display when rolling over the link. [Single image demo] I've searched and tried the usual suspects, nothing that helps. Any code/suggestions/links ?
I've run into a problem with displacing a block of text with css. II see the same behavior in IE6, IE7 and Firefox, so I gather its supposed to behave that way, but I can't work out why. [more inside]
CSS Filter: making tight CSS files, style guides and learning best practices – help needed. [more inside]
Is CSS and standards-based design ready for use in web-based enterprise software solutions? [more inside]
Dynamic content in the Savings Account table on this page refuses to wrap, and forces the Interest Accounts table beyond the horizontal bounds of the page at 800*600 resolution. Request a resolution-independent solution that does not rely on an encasing table. Further caveats within. [more inside]
I run a website and am having a little difficulty getting the CSS to work properly in Internet Explorer. I am trying to implement the search field into a little 'pop-up' in the navigation. It works properly in FireFox and Safari, but in IE for Windows the pop-up shifts diagonally instead of directly below. Any ideas on how to fix this?
Internet Explorer 7 broke my website's CSS! [more inside]
How do I wish my programming-geek boyfriend "Happy Birthday" and tell him "I love you" using computing code? [more inside]
I want to make something similar to the navigation menu of Helldesign, as in 'image > click > new image' (obviously, without refreshing). [more inside]
Fluid CSS Filter: I am looking for examples of a two column Web page with a fluid main column on the left and a rigid width sidebar on the right. The examples need to look good (no simple CSS box diagrammed "how to's"). I want to show this to a client but I want the Web page to be attractively designed to enhance the point I'm trying to make (that this CSS solution is a good thing, natch).
I have several pages displaying correctly in Firefox but not in IE6. [more inside]
I want to float a css element to the right and have the left side get cropped when I shrink the window size. [more inside]
Is there an online application that will take an HTML page with an external stylesheet and make the styles inline? e.g. style="color:#000000" [more inside]