CSS, short for Cascading Style Sheets, is a language used to control the presentation of HTML and XHTML documents.

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Starting responsive web design from desktop planning? (project time crunch)

Backstory: Our product team has begun finalizing details for a user accounts project, which will be worked on in a fluid framework. But, responsive web design had just been brought up to the product ...
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Tag form interface

This is my form: I need some help because i have no experience with web interfaces. I would like it to be estethically pleasant without taking too much space (it's rendered several times for every ...
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Are there any statistics on number of users who alter their font size (zoom, custom style, etc.)?

One of the reasons for using em measurements (especially for mediaquery widths) is based on the fact that we should allow the user to alter their font size to suit them -- either by zooming their ...
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CSS-based form display of data (not input controls) examples [closed]

I'm looking for examples for how to show data (not form inputs) with field name/field value on a form. Everything I find on CSS is always form INPUT fields. I'm looking for a css layout for form DATA. ...
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A User-Friendly Table - What Solution?

Today, this is my table and if I select one of the row, it shows a select icon. I want to make it more user-friend that you can see the whole row to be selected. Gmail has that functionality. In my ...
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Using CSS cursor Property, how to show a webpage link opens in new tab? [closed]

Some a-href links on my page open new tabs in the browser. I want the cursor to change slightly to one that lets desktop users know it is a target=_blank link. Has anyone been able to develop a ...
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Design: Custom code UI desgin Or Framework like Bootstrap, Foundation etc [closed]

I have been assigned a task of redesigning existing project screens with latest technology in responsive web design (RWD) to support more devices. I have analysed there are frameworks like bootstrap, ...
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Search result template and readability

This is my current layout: The sentence on top means "Results in the WHOLE SITE for: abc" "Whole site" becomes the name of the section if you're searching in a single section. Then you see each ...
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Do you use a CSS framework? [closed]

If so - which framework do you prefer and why?
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What is the best convention to add css class(es) to a HTML element? [closed]

I couldn't come up with a simple title that explains my problem, but I'll try to be clear. Is this a good convention: <div class="margin10 padding20 font28 ...
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Different approach for this layout

Here's my form layout. Clicking the add school will add another form table at the bottom. And I think the "Add School" button is too long.. How can I improve this..
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How many CSS Files should there be for one website? [closed]

Well, the title is my question. I (the programmer) want exactly one for caching and compressing reasons but my designer keeps sending me separate files for each site. Maybe there's a designer point ...
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How is the UI of DADA-DADA.net built? [closed]

DADA-DADA.net How is the interface of this site built ? What's going on here ? Any hints would be appreciated. Thanks.
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What makes Reverse scrolling a sign of Bad UI?

My client needed to design a fully SVG animated website with reverse scrolling. But, I heard some people say things like: Try avoiding Reverse Scrolling, It's a sign of Bad UI design etc... What ...
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Is this login arrangement better than a typical social signin?

First I had a social signin which was nearly identical to the old stackexchange login and my login looked almost exactly like SO:s "login with google" "Login with facebook". Now we have designed our ...
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How can I determine the appropriate color,font for a website based on target group? [closed]

I am a web designer and often my clients ask me these kind of questions: What kind of site colors reflect my product? If my target group is of low income, what kind of colors/shapes does my website ...
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HTML Title Attribute Instead of The Tag Content [closed]

Considering accessibility, can I use: <a href="about.html" title="About"></a> without any content, instead of: <a href="about.html">About</a> Associated with this CSS ...
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Clear selected character of Alphabet Filter

I'm working with a results grid for which I am adding an "alphabet filter": The darkened portion indicates the selected letter for which to filter. I'm attempting to find a good way to indicate ...
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How to render a mobile in HTML5 / CSS3 / Javascript

I am developing a website to promote my app and want to render a mobile which will display different images in transition. Some like done on these pages: http://www.whatsapp.com/ (Uses a background ...
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Facebook Share Button equal to Twitter Tweet Button [closed]

I made a working Twitter "Tweet" button through: https://about.twitter.com/resources/buttons#tweet (which indeed does appear on my site on localhost) and really need a Facebook "Share" button that ...
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Different ways to show photo being selected with tag

I am trying to do a UI that show a photo (or box) being selected and tagged. For example: http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles/59549/projects/3012199/8c0a114a08fa35bfbb0e6bc32936a525.jpg Original ...
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nice way to display data row by row

I often see many tutorials about how to make forms pretty, but I don't see as many showing how you can display the result in a pretty way. I mean, when the data has been input and you'd like to ...
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Improve the User Interface of Website [closed]

So I am using Visual Studio 2008, ASP.net 3.5, with the basic toolkit provided. Now I have made the GUI with a lot of functionality but the design is very basic and looks too old. I need to give it ...
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Best way to style an “output box”? [closed]

How would you stylize an "output box" where data is being written onto a dashboard-like screen? It is for an operator to be able to monitor incoming data. I want the user to be able to easily ...
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New to UX. Should I focus on Web Design or UX in general? [closed]

I'm new to UX, and long story short, I"m not sure whether to focus my time on web design or UX in general. This is probably a stupid question but I hope it makes sense. I'm proficient with HTML and ...
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Suggestions for making user management as quick to navigate and maintain as possible

I am looking for ways to make user management on my own small sales team system as quick to navigate/manage as possible. Right now I just have a very basic table, but in keeping with my current ...
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Device based responsive design instead of browser based

I am creating a website, my real worry is to maintain the layout applicable for both mobile and desktop users. Responsive design is very popular and there are tons of template available on internet ...
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Toggling visibility of right sidebar on/off

On a website using a layout with main content to the left and a right sidebar, I would like to add a button to show/hide sidebar to maximize the main content (see image below). Another option would ...
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Things i would need to learn [closed]

Hello everyone and thanks in advance for helping me out. I just graduated from a video game conception school and i want to get into UX for video game or mobile app. The thing is i don't know where to ...
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How to design a precise UX/UI using javascript/jquery web components?

Nowadays, it seems that designers are having more cross-skills with front-end developers as never before. My question is: How a UX/UI designer would be able to precisely design/describe front-end ...
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Red text for confirmation message [duplicate]

I'm working on a site which has its main colors as a dark red and carbon fiber as main colors. After an email is sent, a confirmation message is displayed. Would it be acceptable to make this ...
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Is the context-menu cursor a useful replacement for the pointer when opening a context-menu?

To connote that an element opens a menu and is not a link, we are using cursor: context-menu. See example. Our target browsers all support the cursor. I can't find any relevant discussion on the ...
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Product/Service Comparison Table for Mobile + Desktop?

I'm making a website for a company that provides services with different package levels. I'm having trouble finding a nice way to make the table/chart that displays the differences between packages. ...
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making good view of how to use my website [duplicate]

I am working on a website and want to make - lets say - page or navigation bar or anything describing the steps of using it to help the user to use my website and help him understand how to get his ...
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Tips for a complex sorting/filtering UI

I have a work in progress at http://yipgo.com, in short lets you define items with timestamps and then view them in a read-only agenda summary page. It's important to allow users to customise the way ...
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Best Practice: HTML/CSS Anchor Styling

I have a column layout (left column is the main article and right column is the sidebar) for a website. All of the links are orange, but I want to make the sidebar menu links dark gray. Could this be ...
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Menu Dropdown and color palette (theme color) questions [closed]

I have been able to create my own drop down menu. I moved it from being HTML / CSS to using jQuery to help, so that the menu drop down stayed when its parent element was hovered over. -> My biggest ...
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What does ?v2 mean after a file extension [closed]

A site I get on allot has updated a few of their files, and I wanted to know the meaning of them. For example, their CSS, and majority of their images. Before their update, the file was called ...
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CSS or Image for phone development [closed]

Considering how many screen sizes for Android, I am thinking should I put an image for toolbar or responsive background css image. I am developing a mobile web-site. CSS: Good for multiple ...
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Gallery of form Progress Tracker UIs for web apps? [closed]

I'm building web UI for a "wizard" workflow with 4 sequential steps-- users proceed in order from Step 1 through Step 4. I'd like to include a progress indicator showing the user where in the ...
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Mixing percent and fixed CSS [closed]

I cannot delete the question but I have moved it to SO: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3600204/mixing-percent-and-fixed-css Should you ever apply percentage and fixed CSS together? Will it cause ...
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Use of typekit fonts [closed]

I was wondering if Typekit fonts are used on any big sites. I know on their site https://typekit.com/ it says Twitter and NYTimes use it, but actually checked out the source on their pages, it doesn't ...
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using custom css rules while surfing websites [closed]

Everyday I visit some websites regularly. Some of them have great content but terrible design. So is there a way to use custom css rules for that ones, without changing every time in Firebug? For ...
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metro style UI is too early or not [closed]

I think metro style UI is just beautiful and user friendly. It is suitable for both Tablet and PC. Should I make my new website design in metro style or conventional standard?
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XHTML / HTML / CSS or HTML5 and CSS3 [closed]

Should I learn HTML / XHTML / CSS first, or should I just dive into HTML5 and CSS3? I am a bit confused about this process. I do know basic HTML / CSS, but am planning on re-learning everything these ...