There’s a lot of web standards-based css tab menus out there, but I have to say I’m pleased with this one by Ian Andolina because it dropped into my application and worked right away. It took me just a couple of minutes to change the font and coloring, but other than that, it was a [...]
Destroydrop’s XHTML tree view control is the best that I have found. It’s easy to install, configure, and use. Best of all, it is available for free!
I’ve been looking for a reliable CSS horizontal list to replace single row tables for layout of things like navigation menus. So far, though, I haven’t trusted a lot of the ones I’ve seen on the web to work in most browsers. That is, until I found Listmaniac’s browser support chart, which identifies browser compliance [...]
A la A List Apart, I have been updating my presentation layer coding techniques to be compliant with modern XHTML and CSS standards. While I can certainly appreciate that adhering to these standards results in cleaner code that is easier to maintain, I have found that where element posisitioning is concerned I end up mired [...]
The CSS Zen Garden shows what is possible in terms of controlling the look and feel of a site with nothing more than CSS.
Ever so useful: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/selector.html.