CSS Q&A 1: Answers To Your CSS Questions

Last week I asked you to ask me some of your css related question. You did and now it’s my turn. Please feel free to ask more questions in the comments below and I’ll respond in kind. I’ll be happy to turn this CSS Q&A into a regular post if enough questions keep coming in.

If you scan this post you’ll see there is quite a lot so let’s get to your questions
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CSS Q&A

Looking over at the latest poll running in the sidebar, I see quite a few of you consider yourselves css newbies. Seems like a good opportunity to ask you to ask me some of your css questions. I’ll do what I can to help increase your skills.
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100 Free CSS Resources

I get a good amount of requests asking me to do things like exchange links or mention a specific piece of content. Normally I don’t respond, since the majority aren’t worth talking about, but a couple of days ago I had a request from Rich McIver asking me to take a look at a list of 100 Free CSS Resources. I did take a look and there are a lot of very useful resources worth calling to your attention.
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CSS As Art: The CSS House

One of the reasons I’ve often given for using css is that it gives you more control over your design. You can create with css in ways that html attributes never allow. Case in point is Chris Hester’s CSS House, an artistic creation styled solely with cascading style sheets.

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Using Conditional Comments to Fix IE Bugs

Anyone who has ever developed a website is aware of cross browser inconsistencies. This is especially true for those of you rightfully working to eliminate table based layouts and make the move to an all css layout. Often what works in one browser won’t work in another or more precisely when you follow the standards like you should it often won’t work in Internet Explorer. Fortunately it’s not too hard to workaround the problem. The two methods I use most often are the underscore hack and Conditional Comments.

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