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Majority of the web page layout require side navigation column and the content column to expand vertically equal. This can be a challenge when we prefer to use div rather than tables for layout.
I explained one of the most useful hacks that create an appearance of two columnar div’s expanding vertically equal to each other. However, there are times when we actually want both the columns to have equal height. The solution can be min-height – a very helpful CSS property. However, it doesn’t work in IE. It works in FireFox. Continue reading Min-Height
Refer this website for HTML codes for foreign language accents. Recently, I was working on a website and the above website was a perfect resource. Hope it helps…
W3C is preparing for the official release of XHTML 2.0. Right now, no browsers support it. So, we are not yet ready to implement it even if it’s released. Especially Internet Explorer (IE) needs to support XHTML 2.0 completely as it is still one of the most popular browser.
I read this article explaining XHTML 2.0. I found it very interesting and I am actually excited to work with it. I sure do hope that it will be soon. Continue reading XHTML 2.0
HTML font size is specified in CSS stylesheet using pixels, ems or keywords. I have rarely found keywords much useful. Using pixel guarantees control over the look of the web page but the issue is that if we use pixels for font size, then the web page is not as accessible in IE.
For example, open this web page in IE and select “largest” for the text size under “View” menu as seen in the screenshot below:
Continue reading How to Use ems for HTML Font Size?