Video Screencasts

#26: Designing for WordPress: Part Two

We have WordPress installed, now let's really get our hands dirty and start getting WordPress to do what we want it to do. We start by poking around the backend …

#25: Designing for WordPress: Part One

WordPress is a hugely popular CMS for blogging. The blog section of CSS-Tricks is run on WordPress and I am very happy with it. By popular request, we are going …

#24: Rounded Corners

Here are FIVE different techniques you can use to create rounded corners for boxes on a website. There are always different ways to do things with CSS and rounded corners …

#23: Conditional Stylesheets

Internet Explorer provides a way to target CSS styling information specifically for its different versions. These "conditional stylesheets" are the best way to handle CSS problems that pop up with …

#22: Cutting Clipping Paths

We're back in Photoshop this week because I wanted to talk a little bit about a very specific skill that I think is important for all designers. That is the …

#21: Walkthrough of Contact Form

In some ways, the Contact Form is the "Hello, World!" application of web designers and web developers. It is nothing that hasn't been done before a million times, but it …

#20: Introduction to jQuery

The popular JavaScript library jQuery is an amazing way to extend the design possibilities of your site beyond what CSS can do. But luckily, if you are already comfortable with …

#17: Sliding Doors Button

While sliding doors is far from a new concept and will be obsoleted once we see wider support for multiple backgrounds (CSS3), it is still a good one for your …

#15: Introduction to Firebug

Firebug is an essential Firefox extension for web designers and developers. You are able to quickly target any element on a page to see the markup, the CSS, the layout, …

#11: Working Modularly with PHP

Many sites do not use any fancy Content Management System (CMS) to generate their pages, they are just just good ol' static HTML content. A site for your grandmothers pie …

#8: CSS Formatting

Being organized and using good formatting in your CSS files can save you lots of time and frustration during your development process and especially during troubleshooting. The multi-line format makes …

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