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CSS Image Replacement, what’s up Matt?

So I’m a big fan of CSS image replacement, for several reasons, most importantly because it allows for a semantically correct page while having some text replaced with images, but also because I love sprites and I love using them well. I’ve also always been in favor of the use of CSS Image Replacement for…

User stylesheets to show nofollows

Update: now works with links with rel=”external nofollow” etc too! I’ve recently switched back to Safari as my main browser because good ol’ Firefox kept crashing on me, and I must say that it’s been a smooth experience so far. Safari is a great browser, of course, and 3.1 is very fast as well. One…

Added a print CSS style sheet

Today, I checked an item off on my todo list that had been on there way too long: I created a print style sheet for this site. Every time I write an article that is longer than 5 paragraphs, I get emails from readers asking for a better print style sheet. Until just a few…

Does Internet Explorer 7 like your website?

The IE blog recently announced that Internet Explorer 7 will be available for users in a few weeks time, delivering it to user via automatic update a few weeks later. This gives you a few weeks to make sure your sites are rendered correctly in the browser that a major part of your users will…

Resize in WebKit!

So in the latest WebKit nightlies we have a new CSS3 feature: resize. It allows resizing of any box, very useful for textarea’s and other cool stuff. Ofcourse i immediatly added a page on it in my CSS3 Preview section.