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Learn how to write or modify CSS code, enhancing the appearance of lists on your websites and applications. Explore the HTML properties of ordered lists, including numbered lists. Learn the key CSS properties used in styling both a list itself and the items within the list.
Learn how to create collapsible menus and add scalable vector graphics (SVGs) to your responsive web design layouts.
Learn to turn block quotes on your webpage into stylish pull quotes with nothing more than CSS.
Learn how to style HTML forms with CSS for a more consistent, personalized design experience.
Discover how to use responsive web design to make your site more readable and efficient—on any device. Chris Converse shows you how to use HTML and CSS to adapt a layout to different screen sizes and orientations.
Learn how to use PHP, HTML, and CSS to dynamically modify styles in your scalable vector graphics (SVGs).
Add dropdown menus to your webpage with nothing more than HTML and CSS. Learn how in this installment of Design the Web.
Learn to create animated rollovers with CSS3.
Learn how to combine scalable vector graphics with CSS media queries to create responsive images for your websites and other interactive projects.
Create an attractive, interactive, and responsive promotional marquee for your website.
Learn how to style SVG graphics and make them respond to changes to rollover states with CSS.
Learn how to display your data in a pie chart, with nothing more than HTML and CSS.
Learn to combine graphics and pseudo-elements to add more design and layout possibilities without adding more HTML to your web pages.
Discover how to create an app-like experience for iPad with HTML, CSS, and jQuery, while bypassing the need for Objective-C or the App Store.
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