Post archive for ‘HTML & CSS’
Alternating row colours on tabular data is one of the most common data visualisation styles a web developer has to implement. Almost every project I have built required tabular data, and alternating row colours were key to the clean, easily readable presentation of that data. However, it quickly becomes tiresome writing the logic to work [...]
When adding an ActionLink or using a similar Html helper on your C# ASP.NET MVC views you will on occasions want to pass a css class via the htmlAttributes parameter. As this is normally achieved by creating an anonymous type you may expect the following code snippet to work. 1 <%= Html.ActionLink("My Link", "MyLink", null, [...]
Something that always annoys me about the quick implementation of Google Maps is the rubbish address bubble that pops up on the auto generated iframe code. What makes it even more annoying is that you can remove the address bubble using Google’s neat little popup interface, but the customisation does not work. Nightmare! Before I [...]
Do you ever need to specify a min-height for an element on your site? You’ll know if you do that Internet Explorer does not play fair with it. Here is a nice, clean solution that you can use to get full browser support.