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  • When a float is contained within a container box that has a visible border or background, that float does not automatically force the container’s bottom edge down as the float is made taller. Instead the float is ignored by the container and will hang dow
  • Jonathan Snook has posted a few great CSS coding tips in Top CSS Tips. Several of them come down to personal preferences, and it seems my preferences differ a bit from Jonathan’s in some cases, so I thought I’d go through his tips and note my take on
  • Here is a tutorial on how to hide files in Jpg’s. Please note it isn’t the most secure method, because the information is stored in plain text but it’s still cool to play with. A simple solution to make this more secure, is to use encryption on the RAR fi
  • In November 2005 I presented on pro.html.it a three-part article on creating CSS layouts using techniques like negative margins, any order columns and in some case opposite floats. The main goal of the article was getting the maximum number of layouts bas
  • With old-school table layout methods, vertical positioning is a piece of cake. With CSS layout, it’s a piece of something else. New ALA contributing writer Bobby van der Sluis shows how to regain control of footers and other vertically positioned layout
  • A dog may be man’s best friend. But one dog, Lady, decided she needed more friends — and she found plenty in the knot of toads living at the local pond. A suburban family’s secret struggle with an uncommon addiction comes to light in this personal essay
  • Jonathan Coulton – We Will Rock You / We Are the Champions [Queen Cover]
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