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Adding the "Overflow" Element in Your Site Using CSS

In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the “overflow” element in CSS.

What is the “overflow” element, you ask? Good question. Have you ever come across a site where the content is within a smaller boxed area within the rest of the content of the site and there are (or may not be) scrollbars to either scroll up and down and/or side to side? 1,089 more words

Web Design

Removing unwanted gaps between tables of web-generated Microsoft documents

Lately, I’ve been working on a project wherein I have to generate a report on .doc format (that looks totally the same as their given word doc template)¬†from a visual force page. 258 more words

Salesforce

Hackathon3: An Angular Datepicker

We conducted our 3rd SI Hackathon on Feb 19th to Feb 20th. This is one of the hackathon results.

Background

While searching for a nice datepicker for SI I figured out that there’s nothing that is really pleasing from both technical and aesthetical perspective. 337 more words

AngularJS

How to Make Shadows Around Images on Your Site

In this tutorial, we will show you how to make shadows displayed on images on your site, using CSS.

Have you ever come across a site with images that have a shadowed effect, but when you save it, the shadow is not there? 389 more words

Web Design

Responsive HTML Email Layouts

Things to be aware of

  • No retina images:

    The majority of email clients don’t support CSS for resizing background images.

    (Some email clients also ignore img tag width and height, which makes it unsafe to include retina size images in the html.

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Media Queries

Search-Box

ASP CODES:

<asp:Button ID=”Button1″ runat=”server” Text=”Search” CssClass=”searchbtn” />
&nbsp;<asp:TextBox ID=”TextBox1″ runat=”server” CssClass=”searchbox”></asp:TextBox>

CSS CODES

.searchbox
{
color:#000;
font-size: 0.8125em;
outline: none;
display:block;
font-family: ‘Open Sans’, sans-serif; 62 more words

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