Tag Archives: XHTML

W3C Obsession and the Return of target=”_blank”

It was a very dark time in web design history, it was the time of XHTML Strict code and the obsession with W3C validation, which had made us slaves to the almighty goal of standards-compliance. My name is Bryan Hadaway, and I was a W3C junkie. I had to see that green. If I didn’t […]

Pure CSS3 Only Graphic Button

This button contains gradient and shadow effects without the use of actual graphics or JavaScript whatsoever. I’m using just about every CSS style that could be used on the button for your reference. Although, some may find that it looks better by pulling a few styles back. You could always add more effects too. Also, […]

Getting Started with Your Very First Website

Many people these days need a website for business or just want one for personal use. Whether you have no idea how or where to start or you have some vague idea about where to start, this article is for you. Possibly, you’ve heard from word-of-mouth about how GoDaddy is the way to go, this […]

Pure CSS Only Dropdown Menu

UPDATE — Find the better, updated script here which I recommend over this one. It’s a little more stylized, but the code is cleaner, better. Just strip the styles off and replace with your own. This is my first attempt at writing my own CSS dropdown menu from scratch. As always, my main goal is […]

How to Create Circles with CSS

Last Updated: April 6th, 2018 Making circles with CSS is very simple. Just make the radius half of the width and height of the element to make a perfect circle, or simply use: border-radius:50% Responsive Circle With or Without Text Inside Narrow your browser window horizontally to test the circle’s responsiveness. Hello CSS .circle{width:50%;height:0;font-size:20px;color:#fff;text-align:center;line-height:0;padding:25% 0;border-radius:50%;background:#09f} […]

A-Z of Web Business Mistakes

This is in no way intended to be a definitive, be-all-to-end-all list, but hopefully some may find it helpful. I’ve certainly made some of these mistakes in the past. We’re always learning and the best instance of learning is when you learn something you may be doing wrong, admit it, and come out more knowledgeable […]