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

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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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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 ...
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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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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 ...