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4 Rare HTML Tags You Really Should Know

Posted by on Nov 22, 2012 in HTML |
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<cite> All of us will be familiar with the <blockquote> tag, but did you know about <blockquote>’s little brother <cite>? <cite> allows you to define the text inside of the element as a reference. Typically the browser will render the text inside of the <cite> tag in italics, but this can be changed with a touch of CSS. The <cite> tag is really useful for citing bibliographic and other site references. Here’s an example of how to use the cite tag in a paragraph: David Allen’s breakthrough...

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Perfect Rounded Corners With CSS

Posted by on Nov 18, 2012 in CSS |
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The good news about using CSS to create rounded-border effects is that it is possible to apply the effect to many different browsers. Sure, Internet Explorer can’t deal with it, but that’s the whole idea behind progressive enhancement, right? Browsers that “get it” enjoy the benefits, while those that don’t continue to function perfectly well without the enhancements. So, for those of you looking for a complete collection of quick copy-&-paste code snippets for easy rounded corners with CSS, here you go: CSS Rounded corners for...

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