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Sat, 21 May 2016
Floating Forms posted at: 15:37 | path: /technical/markup/HTML/general/style | this entry | top
Sometimes you want to creating
floating forms . This one sort of works in reverse -- the form floats over a div and makes it show/hide. In real situations it would be the other way around.
Line 6 - Create the first div tag
Line 8 - Set the z-index to something low
Lines 28-30 - Simple div with the firstdiv id
Line 31 - The second div
Lines 32-35 - A small generic form with a hideThis function on the click
Lines 38-45 - A function that toggles the firstdiv to block or none (notice how jQuery would have made this much shorter).
example. posted at: 15:34 | path: /technical/markup/HTML/general/style | this entry | top
Mon, 14 Mar 2016
Sans Tables Tutorial on how to avoid using tables in HTML designs. posted at: 14:50 | path: /technical/markup/HTML/general/style | this entry | top
Sun, 18 Oct 2015
Alignment - page items are lined up with one another. Normally this implies the use of some form of grid, but at an abstract level no overall grid is strictly necessary.
Proximity - objects close to one another are considered related and the opposite is true for items where some separation exists.
Repetition - Like things should look alike. That means you need to repeat the styles for like things.
Contrast - Different page areas need sufficient contrast to clue the reader that a difference exists. When you speak you'll change your vocal tone; on a page you make the entire section 'look' different.
posted at: 14:37 | path: /technical/markup/HTML/general/style | this entry | top
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