sIFR – Allows Designers to W3C Compliant Rich Text

What is sIFR sIFR (or Scalable Inman Flash Replacement) is a technology that allows you to replace text elements on screen with Flash equivalents. sIFR is the result of many hundreds of hours of designing, scripting, testing, and debugging by Mike Davidson and Mark Wubben. Mike, Mark and an invaluable stable of beta testers, supporters, […]

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CSS Hacks

Different browsers has different standards for understating CSS attributes, so some CSS properties are not working in all browsers, the easy way to eliminate this issue to use CSS Hacks. Here are some basic CSS Hacks which we can use in regular development and help us to keep our website look same in all browsers. […]

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Custom Form Elements, Validation and Design

To give custom style to web form elements is a challenging task because of its browser dependency, Here are some very good examples of custom form elements, form validation and form design using CSS and JavaScript. Custom Form Elements Custom Checkboxes & Radio Buttons This JavaScript and CSS will allow you to use custom images […]

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