We’ve all had that pesky HTML element that refuses to center no matter how many different CSS styles we apply. We always get it eventually, but sometimes it’s not before a lot of time has been wasted trying to remember [...]
Sometimes it’s necessary for an HTML element to have two, three, or even four + classes assigned to it. To assign multiple classes to an element, all you need to do is separate them with a space, like this:
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CSS’s opacity property is great for making any HTML element (especially images) see-through or transparent, but the problem with the property is that it applies to the opacity of the entire element. If you have a <p> tag positioned over an [...]
When defining an HTML element’s size — whether it’s a font size, the width or height of div, or the margin and padding of any particular element, you can use relative units like rem or em, or you can use [...]
The CSS border-radius property can be used to give HTML elements rounded corners. Most commonly, the property is seen using only one value, but it actually will take up to four values.
Assigning one value to the border-radius property will apply [...]
With CSS, you can use the background property to make it look like text has been highlighted, but it doesn’t quite mimic how highlighting looks in real life. If you want to make your highlights appear more realistic, you can [...]
CSS’s text-overflow property is rarely used but easy to implement. When given the value of ellipsis, it adds an ellipsis to the cut off point of any text that doesn’t fit within its parent element.
The CSS to achieve the effect [...]
CSS3′s transform property makes it easy to rotate any HTML element using only code.
Below we have a div that’s screaming: “Rotate Me!”
All we need to rotate this div is one line of CSS:
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This one simple [...]
CSS3 has a really neat feature called multiple columns. Multiple columns are really great for splitting up text for a responsive website. They are just one of those things good web developers should use to cut down on unnecessary [...]
The CSS calc() function is a vital part of many responsive websites these days. It allows developers to have the benefits of both absolute units and percentages in CSS positioning. Things that can seem daunting, such as aligning elements [...]