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How to Position Graphics on CSS3 Sites

In essence, to position graphics in CSS3 sites you use the combination of the left, right, top, and bottom properties to provide basic positioning. Tweaking the position involves using the margin-left, [more…]

How to Add Captions to CSS3 Images

You might be wondering what sort of content could go with an <img> tag in CSS3. You could add buttons, say, to move from one image to another in a gallery. However, it’s more common to add a caption so [more…]

How to Create Multiple Image CSS3 Backgrounds

It’s possible to combine multiple images into a single image when working with CSS3-capable browsers. At least one of the images must have transparent regions that allow the second image to peek out from [more…]

How to Create Repetitive Image Borders in CSS3

One of the more common uses for repetitive images in CSS3 is to create borders made of images. Unfortunately, this technique doesn’t work well with Internet Explorer 9. It does work, however, with all [more…]

How to Change Repetitive Backgrounds on CSS3 Sites

There are situations where you only want a single copy of a background picture on your CSS3 site. It may be that the image you’ve used is something that doesn’t repeat well or is large enough that you [more…]