The :not() selector is only supported by modern browsers, :not(IE). …
Your best CSS selector?
I am making great progress on my new design, and one of the decisions I made was to just forget about IE and use all the css I want. This lead to perhaps the best CSS selector I have ever written:
li:not([class=pingback]) .comment-content p:first-child:first-letter
Which is one of the selectors I use to style the comment section of my new design. Not bad, is it?
Sorry for the delay on the second part of Building your own lightbox. The article is proving itself to be, how do I say it, humongous.
So, for this week, Tell me your best CSS selector!
A lightbox is a way of showing an image, a movie or an entire web page as an overlay on a website. It is often used in gallery style websites and for portfolio’s. This article will look into the basics of building your own lightbox for images. Part 2, published next week, will look into some…
A lot of the HTML5 supported today are actually browser quirks, formalised. …