Posts Tagged Under: CSS

Positioning In CSS (III)

In this final article of the Positioning in CSS series, we’ll describe the floating concept.

What Is Floating

Floating is used to place an element to the left or to the right of its containing block. This can be very easily achieved by setting the float property either to the left or right. In the following code snippet, all the elements under the box class are set to float to left.

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Positioning In CSS (I)

Today we’ll continue our tour of CSS features and delve into the quirks of positioning elements on a web page.

A DOM Element has 3 dimensions, one for each axis. The X and Y axes place an element on the page, horizontally and vertically. The Z axis brings elements closer or farther from the user. Also, the Z axis is used when deciding what element will be shown when two or several elements have overlapping content.

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CSS Display And The Basic Box Model

This article aims at clearing up some of the misconceptions about the CSS display property and the way it affects the box model. It will only take into account the W3 specifications. To avoid blurring you with all sorts of details and exceptions, various browser inconsistencies will be swept and kept under the rug. The purpose is to give you a clear understanding of the matter, so that you shouldn’t be afraid of doing more than changing colors from a stylesheet picked up from who knows what source.

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The Apps Team Takes The Scene

In one of our previous articles, we provided a short intro on 4PSA’s internal organization. Today, you can have a closer look at the Apps Team.

Who We Are

We are a bunch of passionate young developers who like taking up new challenges. Ranging from interns to seniors, from designers to coders, from cheerful to introspective, and from inquisitive to amenable, there is one thing we all have in common: we want to build great Apps.

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