DesignFestival: CSS Menus, Multiple Backgrounds, and More

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Create a Reusable CSS Menu with Photoshop

Your site’s menu system should reflect the style of your site. You can choose smaller, subtler sizes and fonts, or you can scale up to big spaces and matching typefaces. In this tutorial, we are going to create a more subtle, more sophisticated look.


Using Multiple Backgrounds for Flexibility in Web Design

It’s a tricky task to design an image-based background that stretches and shrinks to accommodate different browser sizes. But with a little CSS know-how, you can create a sharp, scalable background that fits both small and large pages without compromising your design.


The Best jQuery Plugins for Typography

For those graphic designers taking advantage of jQuery to enhance their sites, this collection of plugins is dedicated specifically to typography enhancing tools.


How to Create a Flashy Menu Using CSS

You don’t need plugins or heavy image files to create a dynamic, intuitive menu, and Rupesh has updated this great tutorial to include added support for Internet Explorer transforms. Make sure you read it to keep up to date with vendor prefixes!


What was the first website you designed?

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  • http://www.cyberwizdesign.co.uk Martin

    For me html came more naturally than css….a lot of people think html is much more difficult but for some reason i found it more difficult the other way round. One of the things i struggled with was menus!!! vain of my life lol