Whenever a slider has focus, the arrow keys ←, →, ↑ and ↓ can be used to control the slider handle, the Home key to set the slider at it’s minimum value and the End key to set the slider at it’s maximum value. The slider can be associated with both text input and select […]
Google Analytics has an interesting characteristic at their left nav: instead of each option being boxed in a clickable rectangle, there is a one pixel notch in each corner. It’s not necessarily a curved corner, but it is a little softer than a normal box. Here is how to do it.
Without a doubt, positioning, or the layout, is the hardest part of CSS. Not only because it ever so often varies between browsers, but also because CSS has a lot of ways to position an element, all with various (dis) advantages. This part will introduce the positioning and display property.