Css Comment Snippets


06 August, 2011   

The stuff inside the /* */ marks are CSS comments. This allows you to enter notes into CSS that will not be interpreted. In this case, this comment lets someone reading the CSS file know that that particular line of CSS was intended to allow for using ems to set font size later in the CSS in a more intuitive base 10 way.

26 December, 2012   

This cron will do the same on Windows as session management works on Linux

29 October, 2011   

Here shown an example how to Compress CSS with PHP

27 May, 2013   

Example shows here how to compress CSS with PHP

06 March, 2013   

There are two methods for creating separate styles depending on the media type. both example given below:

14 January, 2013   

You can link to an external stylesheet whatever pages you want to apply it to.

20 November, 2012   

If you want to store your stylesheet somewhere on your site as a separate file, you can link to it on whatever pages you want to apply it to. Just use this line of code, which goes into the <head> of your HTML document:

19 September, 2011   

If you leave a URL in the comment form of a WordPress blog, it will be automatically transformed into a hyperlink. If you want to implement the same functionality in your own website or web app, you can use the following code:

06 October, 2012   

Code for dynamic add css file in header

15 May, 2012   

VB.NET Code example to add dynamic css file in header

IE 6 and below get a special stylesheet with stripped down basic-but-still-nice styling

18 February, 2012   

How to use CSS Inline in html page

CSS code to create resizable images With CSS

27 May, 2013   

The stuff inside the /* */ marks are CSS comments

26 January, 2011   

The <!-- --> stuff is the HTML comment. It is a way to add notes into the code which will not display when the HTML is rendered by the browser. In the example above, to signify which opening div tag the closing tag was actually closing.

29 July, 2012   

The <!-- --> stuff is the HTML comment. It is a way to add notes into the code which will not display when the HTML is rendered by the browser. In the example above, to signify which opening div tag the closing tag was actually closing.

18 May, 2017   

The <!-- --> stuff is the HTML comment.

18 December, 2017   

CSS code for All Stylesheet Media Types

21 June, 2012   

CSS code for iPad Orientation CSS

05 February, 2011   

Link to CSS files: You essentially hotlink directly to CSS files on Google. Through URL parameters, you specificity which fonts you want, and what variations of those fonts.