Posts Categorized: CSS

Please Notice that this is my personal code snippets which I put there to behold and to more quickly find the required code.
And if these snippets will help somebody in his work, I’ll be happy that I could help

HTML Entities

Some characters are reserved in HTML.
If you use the less than (<) or greater than (>) signs in your text, the browser might mix them with tags.
Character entities are used to display reserved characters in HTML.
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How to keep indent for second line in ordered lists via CSS?

How to keep indent for second line in ordered lists via CSS?
We can make use of the browser’s table layout algorithm (without using tables) like this:

 

Social icons Rollover hover effect using CSS

 

Rollover social icons

Rollover social icons

Social icons in a site or blog holds a important place in turning the visitors to followers and adding hover effects to those icons increase the chance. So we are going to see a cool hover effect that can be used with social icons to perform the assigned job. The above hover effect requires a special image in which two images should be spliced in a vertical manner.

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