Useful CSS Tips & Resources

useful-css-tips-and-resourcesToday, most web designers use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for designing or creating their websites. It is a very useful tool because it improves content accessibility of every pages of the website. It is more flexible on controlling characteristics such as layout, colors and fonts. It helps to reduce complexity, repetition in the content and it also allows your website to load faster compare to that website build only in ordinary tables. Well I think you know what I’m talking about. I think this lists is very useful because you can find tips and all kinds of different tricks for your website.
If you’re just starting to learn and explore CSS.

 

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2 Responses to Useful CSS Tips & Resources

  1. Very well written story. It will be supportive to everyone who utilizes it, including yours truly :). Keep up the good work – i will definitely read more posts.

    • Takayuki says:

      Resample Image .You then need to select Bicubic Sharper in the dliaog box below the Resample Image checkbox. This technique helps ensure that a smaller version of the image still remains sharp.There are different interpolation techniques for different situations! They are labeled generally as to what they are good for next to their name in the list, so poke around What I do, is I have an action that I recorded that opens an image, scales it using the bicubic sharpen setting, and saves it. I then apply this using the batch tool in Bridge, to all the photos that I want to upload.If anyone is interested, I’ll elaborate on how to do this.

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