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Rounded CSS Corners – The Basics

CSS Rounded Corners
For those of us who no longer want to support Microsoft’s lagging browsers the best (and fastest) way to create rounded corners is by using CSS3. Using CSS corners will dramatically reduce your development time while keeping your markup clean and flexible. Read more…

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The CSS Image Button – How To Make a Rollover

Today we will be talking about CSS image buttons, something that every web developer needs to know and understand. It’s really amazing how much of a difference a simple button can make on your conversion rate. In fact, I came across this comprehensive post that deals with that particular subject, check it out. This post won’t focus so much on the particulars of a high-converting button, but it will teach you how to slap together a quick CSS button that uses an image as a background. Read more…

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CSS Textarea Style – Quick n’ Easy

I’m not sure why, but so many sites seem to ignore their horrible CSS textarea style. How many times have you used a textarea that had zero padding? or even worse, it used the default “Times New Roman” font because the designer was too lazy too fix it?

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CSS Link Style – A Quick Look

Without links the internet would be nothing. It’s quite literally the fabric that holds the net together. So I thought I would write this quick post with the idea of looking at some various link styles. I often find myself looking to others for inspiration, especially when it comes to link styling. For some reason I’ve always had a hard time coming up with different styles and I always seem to end up with a really boring look. So here are some various link styles that I’ve found scattered around the internet…

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