CSS, short for Cascading Style Sheets, is a language used to control the presentation (including colors, layout, and fonts) of HTML and XHTML documents.

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Is it possible to blur the content under my navigation bar? [on hold]

I need as clean code as I can get to get to an effect I have tried to achieve, to no avail: http://logandark.net/images/blur.png I am trying to ask the questions the best I can because I have been ...
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Tips for developing a responsive website [on hold]

I'm having problems trying to figure out a good workflow when designing a responsive website. I've tried a few approaches, nowadays what I'm doing is: Do all html and css work with the window ...
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How can I ensure that first part is always visible in the browser.-.* [on hold]

I have a blog web page like shown below. How can I ensure that first part is always visible in the browser. I mean I want to automatically center blog in the web page even if its browser size is ...
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Navigation ul li with images [closed]

I have this: http://jsfiddle.net/40y622e6/ and are trying to get this result: I have tried to add a heigh to the li elements and deleted the padding but the elements are not moving down. Does ...
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Position of the Tags and Content of Pages removing the CSS Style

Hi there guys at Pro Webmasters! Have a little question (Maybe for a newbie) ... So here it goes: When I choose to see a mobile page of my website with the "Web developer" Plug of Chrome I notice ...
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Clickable object inside <svg> [closed]

I have created this svg color picker : http://jsfiddle.net/5wmfnmm6/ I want that each color can be clicked and if each of them clicked, it will rotate the selected image to the top while the rest of ...
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Can I have a <table> display as a non-rectangle? [closed]

A paragraph of text is not always a rectangular block on the page; if you float in image around a paragraph, the paragraph of text will display with some rows of text being say 40% width, and the rows ...
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How do you make 5 images: 2 columns, 2 columns, 1 column, centered and responsive? [closed]

I'm trying to create a page with 5 images that maintain the structure until under 360px where it goes into single column evenly spaced. Wondering what the best solution would be to this? I've tried ...
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Aligning images with text [migrated]

I'm having trouble aligning an image with text. I want my image on the left, and the text inline on the right, centered vertically to the image. <div class="container"> <span ...
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CSS triangle shape with a curved corner [migrated]

When I write this CSS to a create a triangle shape, it works as below with sharp edges: .triangle { border-left: 70px solid transparent; border-bottom: 70px solid #f4a234; float: left; ...
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While loop causing website to vanish [migrated]

http://pastebin.com/V0tUrzwV Why doesn't this code work? If I do it maunally without database. You know, just thinking you're PHP and creating the code in HTML and CSS, it works. But as soon as you ...
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Z-index (CSS) affecting links behavior [migrated]

i have a problem with links in a footer who's z-index is set to -1. i can change their style via the 'a'-tag in css but they don't behave like links anymore. here's the the html and css code: HTML ...
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As per SEO can we use 'CSS Ellipsis' to cut link title?

Few anchor URL are very big in my page, So can I use 'CSS Ellipsis' to hide/cut this? text-overflow: ellipsis; width: 200px; white-space: nowrap; overflow: hidden; Ex Name: Institute of ...
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Make Offscreen Sliding Content Without Hurting SEO [duplicate]

On my website I have content which is positioned off the screen, and then slides in when you click a button. For example, when you click the news button, content slides in with news. It didn't occur ...
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Changing CSS styling for static HTML site with only FTP access

A client has an older static HTML site which I would like to port over to WordPress, but I have been informed that this can be very time consuming re 50 pages. I have FTP access for various reasons ...
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Should I split a large CSS media queries file into separate files for each screen size?

I am working on a responsive design website to deliver content for all screen sizes. I have media queries for 5 different "steps", and the CSS file is around 30 Kb. Would it be better to split this ...
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SEO-friendly Responsive Design, swap navigation UL for Select?

I am designing the menu for a web site, and I was hoping to find an SEO-Friendly way to implement the Responsive Design used here: Ask4Sam.net- Responsive Design Example As you can see, for large ...
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How to make content load faster for mobile on a responsive design site?

So, I have a responsive design site. Studies say that for mobile devices we need to show a bit less content (graphics and such), and that we need to make sites load quicker for mobiles. If I set some ...
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Does Visibility:Hiden and Display:None Affect SEO [duplicate]

If I had some text that initially had the CSS property visiblity:hidden or display:none Would that effect how much the content is weighted by search engines? Could using one of those properties ...
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Global UTF-encoding, the right way

I'm curious, as to what is the right way to have UTF-8 encoding on all web files All my files (incl. CSS and JS) are made and saved in UTF-8 encoding In PHP, I set the char-set on top of the main ...
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should I learn html/css before php even for using database? [closed]

I saw lots of question about this topic and all of them were talking if someone want to use php for "building web pages", should learn html first or not. and most of them said yes, because most of ...
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Will I get penalised by google for overflow hidden? [duplicate]

I have 2 divs next to each other, div A and div B. Div A displays a whole wordpress post and div B displays about 15 excerpts of posts with the same tag. To get this looking nice I set the hight of ...
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How to edit thousands of html pages at once? [closed]

I need to edit thousands of pages for a website with dynamic content added manually by the owner throughout 3 years, it has thousands of pages and I'm sure there is a better way to edit them without ...
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Using <strong> for introductory paragraph to a post - a bad idea?

I have a news website and on most posts the first paragraph is in bold. Currently the authors are just using <strong> to bold the paragraph, would it be better from an SEO point of view to ...
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CSS color marked as invalid by code inspector

On this page, there is a "read more..." link towards the end of the page, enclosed in <span id="s-hpi"></span> There is CSS: #s-hpi { color: 0000FF; cursor: hand; } but Chrome code ...
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How do I generate this layout? [closed]

I want to create a template like the below image. The yellow block displays a transparent background colour over the top of the header block. How can I do this using HTML & CSS? Thanks.
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Redirection to load a CSS file

I have in a remote server with this index.html that I can not modify: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="styles.css" /> But my styles.css file is not at the web root, that is ...
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How does licensing affect my website?

I like to use prebuilt CSS/JS such as Foundation and PureCSS and I'm curious as to how I should go about displaying the licensing information, as well as how the license will affect the code that I ...
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How to inspect code in case of Arabic language?

In case of English, I am able to view by inspect element directly. I want to do the same for Arabic. Using body{direction:rtl} only flips some views but it does not apply body.rtl specific CSS ...
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How do you add scroll bars when window's width is reduced [closed]

I have completed a login webpage, which gets distorted when the browser is narrow. I added min-width property to my body tag, but this does not help. How can I keep all the contents fixed when the ...
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Basic semantic rules of CSS (and HTML), right or wrong?

Here is the summary I've recently learnt from discussions on this site (and similar) of 4 basic rules, so please correct me if I'm wrong or misunderstood something: a) Don't use IDs in CSS (or use it ...
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How to add custom CSS for Addthis and validate on W3C validator?

I have Addthis code on the very bottom of the page HTML code, and then, after it I have CSS file with some custom decorations of Addthis widget. Everything looks like this: <script ...
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Need help with first website ever! [closed]

This is the first website i am making with HTML and CSS. Truly i am learning as I go but I need some questions answered before I write to much incorrect code. First a a little intro about the design ...
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Dynamically load CSS

I'm using LESS for creating CSS and I'm considering using something like grunt-render on the server side in order to only load the CSS / JS that is needed for that page. My goal is to reduce overhead ...
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Is it OK to use jQuery for responsive web design?

I have been tasked to update a site to make it responsive and appear correctly on smart phones. Unfortunately, the site in its current form isn't very easy to work with - I can't just change the CSS. ...
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How to reuse font families in CSS for quicker CSS loading

Let's say I use different fonts on my page, let's say I use 3 different fonts in 10-20 different CSS rules and in each of them I must use the following and similar: font-family:"Lucida Sans Unicode", ...
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external CSS file or CSS added to head via code?

I am building a website that uses a custom CMS. I am seriously considering not using external style sheets and adding all of the required CSS to the head of the pages that as needed (using PHP and ...
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Parts number and Google Site Search

I am using Google Site Search on our site and am looking for a way to get our parts number to show on the results page when searched. For example, if a user searches E23-457-123 or E45-65-322 or ...
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Can I add microdata on generated content from CSS?

If I generate content with CSS can I still apply microdata to it in the HTML? Will Schema or RDFa accept an alt or title tag as a value. h1:after,h2:after,h3:after,h4:after,h5:after,h6:after ...
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Does CSS formatting of <h1>, <h2> tags have effect on search ranking? [duplicate]

I have a web page where I made some style into <h1>, <h2> tags, will it make some effect on my SEO ranking?
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From SEO point of view is hiding H1 in this case bad for indexing?

I'm having to use a 3rd party CMS and I cannot change the contents of the h3 (or the h3 itself) I've not had too much dealing with "cufon" - presume its an old fashioned way of using a specific font. ...
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Google Page Speed's “above the fold” CSS tuning

Putting all 15kb CSS file inline on 100 pages of the site is not smart I think. How do I pick which CSS classes and IDs from CSS file to put inline (and leave other ones on external CSS file) to a ...
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Difference between “:” and “=” in HTML and CSS?

I am very new to HTML and CSS but while learning I ran into something that I was curious about. How come when you want to style or change font size etc. you use :. Example: style="color: red; ...
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SEO for Backlinks Using JavaScript on a Third-Party site [duplicate]

We are currently implementing a widget that companies can put on their website. We give the publisher a script tag with the source pointing to a javascript file hosted on a CDN with the code they need ...
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Hiding Menu Item with CSS - will Google penalise my site?

I want to hide some sub menu items, using the CSS class, and assign it to the specific menu item. For example the class is no display: /* Hide menu items */ .nodisplay { display:none !important; } ...
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Which browsers do not support user-defined tags?

I recently added HTML5 <nav> and <footer> elements to a page, thinking that HTML5-capable browsers would use them for semantic things like navigation, while older browsers would see them ...
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Why would layout differ on first-load of a webpage?

Not entirely sure I understand what's going on, but would appreciate some pointers or things to try. (In Chrome/Mac...) In an incognito window, try loading http://ireland.media.info - and look at ...
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CSS Display Table, any SEO implications?

I want to use CSS display table in place of JS for vertical-alignment and equal heights of HTML elements, however I'm not sure if there are any SEO implications of this, will crawlers try and ...
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Cropping images & SEO

So I have a page with a bunch of images with largely varying sizes. Also the layout of the page is such that the images are all in the shape of square tiles, so just resizing will cause distorted ...
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When creating DOM elements with JQuery is it better practice to style them with JQuery or in the stylesheet [closed]

I am working on a code base and am using JQuery to add DOM elements.I want to know if it is considered better practice to style them with JQuery or just create them with JQuery then go to the style ...