Posts Tagged ‘css’

CSS Cheat Sheet

by Dave Child - 17 March 2009

CSS Cheat SheetThe CSS cheat sheet is a one-page reference sheet, listing all selectors (as of CSS 2.1) and properties. It includes a visual example of the box model, unit reference for CSS units and the various media types CSS makes allowance for.

This is the second version of the CSS cheat sheet. The previous version can be found at http://www.addedbytes.com/cheat-sheets/css-cheat-sheet-version-1/.

Downloads:

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Share Your Site With ShareThis

by webmonkey - 8 September 2008

Share ThisThe following article was originally published by Webmonkey.com under a Creative Commons License.

Who can keep track of the ever-expanding list of bookmarking sites, social aggregators and micro-blogging services? Not me, but ShareThis can.

It’s a little widget that you can add to any page to help your users share your content. Webmonkey uses it at the bottom of just about every page, including this one.
In this tutorial, we’ll go over the basics of using ShareThis, then dig a little deeper. By the end, you’ll be able to have your widget look however you want and emulate some commonly desired features, like the ability to e-mailing your articles a friend.

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Common misconceptions in web application development

by Eran Galperin - 18 August 2008

Python SyntaxOver the time I have developed for the web, I have read and heard many assumptions about development practices and technologies. This is my list of common misconceptions in (web) development:

1. OO code is less performant than procedural code

The number one argument against OO application design from procedural advocates. This argument is based more on intuition than fact. The usual examples pit short procedural code against equivalent OO code in which procedural code comes out triumphant as more terse and performant.

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