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How can I control cellpadding and cellspacing in a CSS stylesheet to obtain the same effect as when putting the attributes on the table tag?
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Is anyone know how to horizontally center DIV in DIV with CSS ( if it's possible at all ). Outer DIV has 100%: <div id="outer" style="width:100%"> <div id="inner">Foo foo</div> </div> I searched but not found this anywhere...
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Is there a way in CSS to make the background of an element semi-transparent, but still have the text of the element non-transparent? (Without separating the text and background in two elements positioned over eachother.)
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Chrome supports the placeholder attribute on input[type=text] elements But the following CSS doesn't do diddly squat to the placeholder's value: <style> input[placeholder], [placeholder], *[placeholder] { color:red !important; } </style> <input type="text" placeholder="Value" ... still be grey (er, gray. whatever) instead of red. Is there a way to change the color of the placeholder text with CSS?
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In what situations is it more appropriate to use an HTML IMG tag to display an image, as opposed to a CSS background-image, and vice-versa?
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I'm making a website now and I am trying to decide if I should make it fluid or not. Fixed width websites are much easier to make and also much easier to make them appear consistent. To be honest though, I personally prefer looking at fluid websites that ... browsers you can hold control and scroll your mouse wheel to basically resize any website. So is creating a fluid website worth the trouble?
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