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Writing clean and semantically correct HTML

Web Designer Wall people has writen a post titled Coding Clean and Semantic Templates that basically gives some advices on how to write proper HTML code for templates. Briefly, the list of advices that they give are: Minimize the use of  <div> Use  the <div> tag only  for the layout: header, content, sidebar, and footer […]

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Free menus for your web

I’ve just found some menu designs and I thought it was a good idea to share them, not only because most of them are beautiful, but because on this crisis time, free things are alwasy welcome ;p These menus have been designed by Ian Main from e-lusion.com, you can have a look to this page […]

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Should I use tables for layout?

After getting almost crazy doing some web designs, I’ve concluded that tables simplify the design and reduce the development time en LOTS of cases. So it makes no sense to use DIVs for everything anymore.  That does not mean that I’m going to use tables for everything, it means that one has to know when […]

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Rounding corners: the javascript way

After taking a look on how round corners on some browsers, I think it’s worth exploring other methods, like doing this with javascript. Rounding corners is not difficult, in general, the problem is that you should use some “hacks”,  it is not the same rounding corners using a style on a unique DIV, than using […]

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CSS3 rounded corners

CSS3 support for rounded corners is not news, what I haven’t realized yet, was that some browsers support rounded corners natively (in fact, the support has been added long time ago). According to the CSS3 spec, it should be enough to use the style “border-radius” to set the rounding, unfortunatelly, browsers do not support this […]

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