Category Archives: CSS

A Hysterical Collection of CSS Puns & Jokes

It is no secret that Cascading Style Sheet is no fun if you’re working long with them. Still, there are ways in CSS which got some charms as it is used in defining the designs. You can make it colorful and playful if you have a knack of humor with you. In this post, I… Read More »

How to Style Web Page Links Using CSS?

When designing a website, most of us, pay attention to the most common aspects of design such as creating logos, web forms, call-to-action buttons, etc. However, adding style to our web page links (or hyperlinks) is something we often tend to overlook. However, you should not forget that links are placed on the website for… Read More »

Exam: 70-486-Developing ASP.NET MVC Web Applications

Microsoft Certification Exam: 70-486 is about testing one’s knowledge for Developing Web Applications using ASP.NET MVC, HTML & CSS. Purpose of this post is to provide reader step by step with: Good reference Material for Exam: 70-486 available online (including Free eBook, Articles etc.) Free Online Tests about ASP.NET MVC (Professional Free Tests) A Complete Online Practice Exam… Read More »

CSS – background-image issue in IE non-compatibility

I have been facing an issue with background-image for IE non-compatibility mode, Firefox and Chrome. Actually, the image is not displayed in IE non-compatibility, Firefox and Google Chrome. In IE compatibility, images displayed properly without issue. CSS style for my button was as follows: .btnStyle { font-family:Arial; font-size:8pt; color:White; background: none url(‘../Images/btn.gif’); border: none; height:23px;… Read More »