My Development With CSS

How do I learn css? I see the question all the time from developers who have become convinced that css has many benefits and that developing sites with a css layout has many advantages over building a site with a table based layout. To help with the learning curve I wanted to share my own development growth with css.

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Fixed Or Liquid Design

One of the first choices you’ll invariably make when it comes to designing your website is whether to use a fixed or liquid layout. Both design options have their pros and cons along with their supporters and detractors. Neither is automatically a better option and the nature of the site and the goals of the site should probably be the determining factor in the fixed vs. liquid design decision.

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5 Tips To Improved CSS

Yesterday I came across My 5 CSS Tips by Mike Rundle and while I generally agree with his advice I differ on some points and thought why not add some of my own thoughts and practices to the mix. I agree too with Mike when he says that different css coders have different styles and while I too won’t call these best practices either they do work for me and will hopefully help you.

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The 5 Step Sales Process Online

All customers go through a 5 step buying process when making a purchasing decision. On the other side there is a 5 step selling process. If you want to make more sales on your website you should build your site so it utilizes this sales process and and leads potential customers along the way and converts them into paying customers.

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Simple Navigation Bar With CSS And (x)HTML

Last week I showed how you can create a simple menu using an (x)HTML list and CSS. Today I thought I’d use the same technique to create a simple navigation bar. Once again we’ll structure things with a list of links and use some CSS to turn that list into a navigation bar.

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