The simplest way to centre a DIV

Came across this great (and brief) tutorial on how to place a DIV in the exact centre of the browser with just a few lines of CSS, it even works in IE… The site www.dezinerfolio.com also holds ...

Faster page loads using CSS

Image Concatenation coupled with a bit of CSS magic can greatly improve your page load times. The following article explains how and lists the pros and cons… When designing web applications, ic...

30 Stunning Orange Websites

As summer approaches lets take a look at some nice warm coloured websites – today we Digg out the best orange sites… Anyway these great designs should provide inspiration, creativity and ...

Flash and XHTML

In the past I’ve used Macromedia Dreamweaver’s insert feature ( “Insert -> Media -> Flash”) to inject the necessary HTML tags in order to display short flash movies/comm...

Lightbox Media

Lightbox Media (LBM) is yet another clone of Lokesh Dhakar’s Lightbox (v2) image add-on. It’s been slightly modified to allow any content (media) apart from images to be shown inside an iframe....

10 Great CSS Tips

This article explains how 10 easy CSS tips can help make your web development life easier when starting out on a new project. First tip (reminder) “Keep it simple” is probably the most im...

Introducing Lightbox Media

Had a go at the Lightbox code earlier today as I want to be able to display more than just images. After a little tweaking I seam to have found a way to include almost anything simply by adding an op...

The CSS box model hierarchy

The following diagram visualizes how the various CSS style elements are connected together, and most importantly what goes where. Handy for both the novice and the more advanced designer (in case you...

AnswerTips from answers.com

I’ve recently included AnswerTips on this blog, a new feature provided by answers.com. AnswerTipsTM are small information bubbles that define any word when double-clicked. An AnswerTips-enabled...

How to Create a Collapsible DIV

This tutorial explains how to create a collapsible DIV with JavaScript and CSS. A simple trick that needs to be used more often. Just as I thought I’d publish a link to the tutorial it appears ...