I am sure there are many web developers who put lot of efforts to build simple HTML forms with browser compatible CSS for their own website or any other web application. And as you are aware it takes hell of time to create or build such compliant web standard HTML forms. If you are looking out for some cool, easy, simple or can simply say Copy Paste approach to build the forms? Then you are at the right place.
Was just trying to build a fully functional table or grid by using jQuery. I see there are many tutorials with Zebra Stripe Tables by using jQuery. Here I am trying to make Simple jQuery Zebra Stripe Table with Row Hover Class and Row Highlight Class or Row Selected Class.
These days its must to use CSS Sprite technique, this is the best technique to reduce image load on a particular site (means reducing the page load too). Because each image is an extra HTTP request.
There’s is always a solution or an another alternative to overcome the problem, so combining background images into a CSS sprite would be a good idea to reduce the load on page. But creating sprites manually is very hard and time consuming, requiring arcane knowledge and lots of trial and error. SpriteMe removes the hassles with the click of a button.
FlexiPanels CSS – Dreamweaver CSS builder extension by Extend Studio to create table-less designs with flexible DIVs + CSS structure that allows you to insert side panels, menu containers or any content zones with a gradient background and rounded corners in your site with just a single click.
This package comes with 30 ready-made panels and you always have an another alternative to create your own look and feel panels with their FlexiSlicer included in this package. FlexiSlicer – an Adobe Air based tool that helps you get the panel design from a layout, slice and export all the necessary images that will be used in the CSS.
What is this Multi-Menus?
Don’t worry its not a new term – you can implement Multiple Menus by using the same CSS by just having different class names for changing the colors and the height of the other menus.
I am one among them, who searched a lot to get the proper and pure css multi-level, multi-column and multiple menus – but failed to get the proper menu and thought why not explore a little with my little css knowledge I have. So started exploring the best way to implement menu with only CSS. And here is the result of it, this menu works well in all the latest browsers.