Category Archives: CSS

Force sections of your webpage to print on separate pages

I recently created a “Print Portal” for a client’s site.  They wanted to be able to print all (or some) of their WordPress pages to a single PDF.  This is actually pretty simple to accomplish, just loop through all of … read more >>

Firefox and it’s CSS :focus outline bug

I’ve recently been working with an online university where there’s understandably a large emphasis on accessibility.  Part of this is being able to navigate through a site using only the keyboard.  This is when I discovered a little bug in Firefox … read more >>

Calculating the background-position for image sprites

So everybody knows that using an image sprite in place of multiple background images is a good idea.  It increases performance by reducing HTTP requests, means you don’t have to preload any images for hover states etc etc… but if … read more >>