The Dark Side of CSS

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CSS Compatibility

We can all thank The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for standardizing this great thing called Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Developed in late 96’, CSS was created primarily to enable the separation of document content from document presentation, including elements such as the layout, color, font, etc. This separation allowed more flexibility and control over the presentation of web sites and their content. One thing stands in the way of CSS becoming the absolute standard for all web sites, WEB BROWSERS.

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The Wonderful World of Sprites

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Link to the Past Sprites

What are they?

Sprites have been a staple in web design for some time now. During the redesign of Fusaro Design I have reacquainted myself with this technique. Though their name implies that sprites are small, they are large graphic files that are split up and used on web sites. In fact this site is comprised of a few sprites. Even the tabs are created with sprites, CSS, and a little php.

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