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CSS Quick Tip Tuesday :: Stacking Selectors

Something that can speed up the parsing of your sites and updating them is knowing how to group and define your css classes. The fewer lines of css that the browser has to parse before it can write out your definition the better. A simple example is the a tag. Now we all know how to define the a tag because you've all ready my first quick tips post Lovable Links . So you will know that to define a link tag you need up to four different css declarations. What if I told you that you could...

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CSS Quick Tip Tuesday: Loveable Links

Links are one of those things that are in every website so it is pretty important that you get them right. While I can't take the credit for this trick I can attest to the hours that this tool has saved me in tracking down odd css link related behavior. The trick? A link stack. I don't know if that is what it is really called but that is what I am calling it and here is how it goes. The link and active states can be defined together like so: a:link, a:active{ text-decoration: none;...

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Three simple steps on Search Engines and Metatags

Nearly everyone in the web business will have something to say about Search Engine Optimization aka SEO. It is the illusive art of tweaking and modifying your site so that it is indexed and ranked well by the search engines. SEO can cost thousands of dollars if you contract out all the work and truth is...most small business owners don't need a professional they just need a little education and time. SEO goes right into how you create all your products and write every page on your site. Your...

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