CSS Borders: The Basics And Rounded Corners

Last week I walked through the css background property. The other half of the same W3C spec covers borders and so today I want to begin a walk though of css borders.
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CSS Background: There’s More To Know Than You Think

You likely use css backgrounds in every site you build. You give an element a background color and tell another element to let a background image repeat. How much do you know about all the other background properties?
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Are CSS Tables Better Than HTML Tables?

Mention css and tables in the same sentence and controversy is sure to follow. Web designers like myself have been telling you not to use html tables for layouts and now here we have a way to create tables with css alone.
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The CSS Display Property — Reintroducing A Familiar Friend

A few weeks ago I received an email from Pedro Reis asking if I would write a post about the css display property. I thought it would make for an interesting topic as the display property sits at the heart of a lot of what we do in css layouts.
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CSS Selectors: Should You Optimize Them To Perform Better?

For the last few weeks I’ve been looking at different css selector patterns. One thing I haven’t mention is the efficiency of the selectors, something Chad commented about on the very first post in the series.
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