We conclude our first ever CSS-themed week with a classic article that collates the most important CSS positioning properties.
In case you missed an article along the way, here’s the complete list of articles that we published this week:
- Monday: Nifty Navigation Tricks Using CSS (Rachel Andrews) — an article that is still popular for beginners looking to create visually interesting site navigation elements that are based on semantic markup
- Tuesday: Breaking Out of the Box With CSS Layouts (Jina Bolton) — a terrific example of what can be done to dispel the myth that all CSS layouts are boxy
- Wednesday: Warning: This Secret CSS Technique Will Surprise You! (Alex Walker) — just when you thought you’d seen everything that could be done with CSS, Alex, comes up with this crazy effect
- Thursday: Fancy Form Design Using CSS (Cameron Adams) — consistently the most popular article on SitePoint, month upon month upon month
- Friday: CSS Positioning Properties At-A-Glance Guide (Nigel Peck) — the reference before the reference
I hope you’ve enjoyed our CSS week — hopefully you learned something new, and rediscovered some gold from the archives. We’ll return you to our regular schedule of two articles per week next week.
In the mean time … have a great weekend, and happy CSS coding!
Matthew Magain is a UX designer with over 15 years of experience creating exceptional digital experiences for companies such as IBM, Australia Post, and sitepoint.com. He is currently the Chief Doodler at Sketch Group, Co-founder of UX Mastery, and recently co-authored Everyday UX, an inspiring collection of interviews with some of the best UX Designers in the world. Matthew is also the creator of Charlie Weatherburn and the Flying Machine.
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