Tag Archives: css
SO! ever wanted to put a custom webfont on you’re web page? Well… you’re in luck with a simple css tag called @font-face. This tag isn’t new. It even supported in IE 5. I don’t think it was wildly adopted because either people didn’t know it existed or fonts were too heavy for the connections at the time. I think it’s a little of both. Continue reading
Internet Explorer has problems! IE6, IE7, IE8 and IE9 render stuff differently and here are some hacks to help you get around all of the crap Microsoft makes us go through. BOOOOO! Continue reading
While working on a project for UPN, they wanted several items to “scroll”. I grew increasingly frustrated with the whole “Iframe” thing because they were cumbersome to create. So, with that being said, I ran this great CSS tag called “overflow”. When used properly, it will create scroll bars when it’s needed. Pretty Cool huh!? Continue reading
Ok… Here is one of the most frustrating things ever. HOW TO CENTER AN HTML PAGE WITH CSS! I use to do this by wrapping the page inside a div and centering that div. It works and it’s solid but if you want to use a true CSS method, check this out.