I love it when a form I am filling out has little icons to help me know exactly what type of information the input is asking for. So I went looking to see what I could find. All it really…
The PROBLEM If all links are styled with, say, a border-bottom, links with images inside get that border and it does not look as nice as it could. This problem comes up a lot if you want links in an article…
Do you write @media screen into your media query? This limits you more than it usually helps.
These shadows are created entirely using CSS, and no images have been used. The process of applying a shadow to a container is as easy as applying a few class names to the container div.
Using CSS Shorthand is great for reducing the lines of code and preventing typing lots of duplicate lines of code.
I have been having quite a bit of fun creating PHP scripts for Code Canyon with a Flat File database. This is a great solution for those that can run PHP, but are limited or do not have access to a MySQL database.
Just a small collection of some of my favorite PHP functions I tend to use and re-use in my Code Canyon Projects.
Inspired by this pen, I re-coded and updated it to copy to a hidden textarea for use in forms/queries.
Thought of the day... Do not reset your passed arrays inside of functions.
I find that when developing with it, that I usually need to apply some custom styles at the different screen/device sizes.