CSS is abbreviation of Cascading Style Sheets. This is a style sheet language for #html pages.
When you wanna create a simple triangle you probably don't want to create a new image, then create a double-sized version for retina and so on..
There is a solution for triangles - css borders. They can be used for creating any triangles you need :) More under the cut
The old way to do menu like this:
was using single row table with fixed width.
But there is a solution. More under the cut
I used to include images in my Sass files with an
image-url helper. But once I faced a strange issue that is hard to debug - background image of element was not showing on the screen. More under the cut
This example showcases how to have an
onload function fire off for HTML elements who are already loading More under the cut
Formalize (http://formalize.me/) can be a really quick way to style your HTML Forms while making them a "little more cross-browser compatible". I've used it a few times on a couple small client projects such as a one-page Facebook App/Page. More under the cut