Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category
Recently, I was browsing CSS Beauty and noticed quite a few articles on the CSS3 @font-face rule. I have always been somewhat unhappy with sIFR - I just don't like having Flash files as header text. However, after reading more about the @font-face rule, I found out that it may be a suitable substitute for my special headline fonts - it's also mostly cross-browser compliant (and Google Chrome will be adding support in the [ Read More ]
"CSS Sprites are the preferred method for reducing the number of image requests. Combine your background images into a single image and use the CSS background-image and background-position properties to display the desired image segment."
This technique can be extended for non-background images on your site as well. However, some issues arise when you use CSS spriting for your main navigation elements(among other images):
- You can't attach alternate text to divs for accessibility purposes
- CSS Spriting and the IE6 PNG fix a ...