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Bootstrap 4, 3 and 2 css @media rules widths


Here is a quick reference guide containing the default @media rules used by Bootstrap 3 and Bootstrap2. Handy to know if customising things like font sizes.
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20 of the Best Web Font icons


Whether you are a developer or a designer for the web, it's always nice to have a collection of icons to use plus ones that can implemented direct with CSS.
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What is responsive CSS


Responsive CSS allows you to design a website which will change scale and layout depending on a users device (Computer, Mobile and Pad).
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Fix html table width with CSS


Sometimes when outputting data in a table based layout you may find the size and width differ when going between pages depending on the content.
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What is the CSS word-wrap property used for?


A wonderful CSS property is word-wrap. You use it if a website has content such as long urls which overlap the page then this stops that default overlap.
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Making CSS alpha opacity work in all browsers


Being able to use the CSS opacity and alpha is great on most modern browsers using, here is the best way to make it work for all of them and older browsers.
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Making HTML text read from right to left


I recently had to create a multilingual website, where a languages text had to read from right to left. The answer was to use the direction RTL.
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Where to Find Free Fonts for CSS @font-face


Over the last few years I have used custom CSS fonts which gives more freedom when designing websites. Here are some websites which offer free fonts.
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How to use CSS @font-face for all browsers


I have always thought that using custom fonts via @font-face was only a CSS3, but actually it works in internet explorer 6 as well.
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Changing a Joomla email link cloaking CSS color


Joomla's plugin called Email Cloaking, replaces any email in content with javascript to stop spam. One problem is changing the hyperlinks colour.
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CSS3 border-radius fix for IE6 upwards


This post is a little helper to get around the infamous CSS3 Internet Explorer issue (of which there are many) that covers the CSS3 border-radius.
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Embed Javascript or CSS in specific pages in WordPress


Lets say you only wanted CSS or Javascript included on a specific WordPress page. You can by editing the header.php file, by page name or id. Heres how.