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If you’re using XHTML, add this: <link rel=”shortcut icon” href=”/favicon.ico” type=”image/x-icon” /> If you’re using HTML, add this instead: <link rel=”shortcut icon” href=”/favicon.ico” type=”image/x-icon”> Here is a nice tutorial to make your own favicons in PhotoshopSupport. Advertisements

Retain scroll position after browser refresh As Joel Spolsky points out, updating web pages by getting just the bits of information that have changed instead of refreshing the whole page is the wave of the future. Whether we’re calling web services within a client-side page or using a gmail-like JavaScript technique (darn cool), it’s going […]

#preloadedimages { width: 0px; height: 0px; background-image: url(path/to/image1.png); background-image: url(path/to/image1.png); background-image: url(path/to/image1.png); background-image: url(); } You dont even have to put this in a html element.  Just in your stylesheet!!! pretty simple, isnt it?

Mysteries Of The Favicon.ico — How To Create A Favicon In Photoshop A Favicon is a little custom icon that appears next to a website’s URL in the address bar of a web browser. They also show up in your bookmarked sites, on the tabs in tabbed browsers, and as the icon for Internet shortcuts […]

Google introduced an new favicon that looks like this And this is the old favicon …. I think you re all familiar with it.

One of the most used framework for making your web application more live, interactive. There is been a while since I run into it, but recently I decided to use it. Main reason is when i saw the sits that actually use the jQuery framework. Take a look here and you ll be suprised by […]

Categorized css gallery and examples. In gallery you can see some page layouts CSS code for two column, three columns, mixed columns page layout. Also categorized by page visibility, contrast, colors. Great page for quickly develop descent pages with minor design changes. Take a tour on the CSS Drive  and feel free to comment or […]

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CSS play Experiments with Cascading Style Sheets A good place if you want to experiment with CSS. I couldn’t find anything applicable, pretty enough, but i found great ideas i used to play with css properties and stuff I couldnt’t believe is possible with plain CSS elements styling.

An great site for any kind of designer. Looks like a huge blog journal with categories