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Cascading Syle Sheets

About the cube again

By crisp on maandag 28 mei 2012 01:46 - Comments (15)
Categories: CSS, Tweakers.net, Views: 20.508

You may have noticed that my weblog design is not exactly 'state of the art', and to be honest: I do not intend it to be that way. I just want it to be 'outstanding', and using 'lime' as a background-color achieves just that :P

There is however one gimmick that does make my tweakblog stand out: it's the '3D cube' in my header that's just pure CSS (and as a developer of tweakers.net I made an exception in the tweakblogs code to get it there ;)).

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Lazy-loading print stylesheets

By crisp on dinsdag 30 november 2010 00:33 - Comments (13)
Categories: CSS, Tweakers.net, Views: 17.046

The thought crossed my mind before, but I never acted on it: lazy-load your print stylesheets! So now I took the bull by its horns and implemented it for Tweakers.net.

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CSS compliance, which browser gets this right?

By crisp on vrijdag 13 februari 2009 00:04 - Comments (9)
Categories: CSS, Tweakers.net, Views: 8.715

I have a trick question following up on an issue that was reported to us lately which dealt with an incompatibility in Opera (9.6x) and our newly launched site koopinfo.nl. I have been investigating this issue but cannot figure out which browser actually gets it right...

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Fixing the web? Fix your browser!

By crisp on zondag 17 juni 2007 01:08 - Comments are closed
Categories: Browsers, CSS, HTML5, Javascript, Views: 7.384

Molly E. Holzschlag calls for a full stop on the HTML5 progress. I wonder why?

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editCSS for Internet Explorer - concept

By crisp on dinsdag 6 februari 2007 01:37 - Comments (1)
Categories: Browsers, CSS, Javascript, Views: 9.086

Us, non-IE users, really are spoiled; especially when it comes to the extensibility of our browsers. Who doesn't experiency the ease of webdevelopment using extensions such as Chris Pederick's webdeveloper toolbar or Firebug in Firefox on a daily basis? Ofcourse there is no job without some downside which in the case of webdevelopment is the necessary support for not-so-developer-friendly browsers such as Internet Explorer. Sure enough there is a developer add-on for IE, but in the apartment where we need the extra help the most it is still lacking an important feature: the ability to edit style-rules in real-time.

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