Tag Archives: css table

Internet Explorer 8 supports partially box-sizing in tables

Not so long ago, in the dark times when browsers did not have native¬†developer tools, and¬†Internet Explorer 6 was dominating the web landscape inflicting pain and sufferings to all of the Front End developers in the world, the fundamental property of CSS that is the¬†box model, the formula that dictates how widths and heights sizes … Continue reading Internet Explorer 8 supports partially box-sizing in tables

CSS table, WebKit, Blink and the missing pixel with width 100%

Old saying: If you never tried to center vertically a text, you know nothing about CSS CSS tables¬†are the main instrument that¬†browsers, since¬†IE8 included and above,¬†make available to perform basic typographical¬†operations such as center¬†a text vertically inside of a container without knowing the height of the container nor¬†the bulk of the text in terms of … Continue reading CSS table, WebKit, Blink and the missing pixel with width 100%

Windows XP Bookmarks ‚ėÖ

End of support has come for Windows XP, on¬†8th of April 2014¬†Microsoft officially discontinued critical security updates for the platform thus declaring its death, and now that it is gone…it has become¬†vintage! It was the most loved (not much maybe) and hated (a lot) OS worldwide for 12 long years, so paying a memory tribute … Continue reading Windows XP Bookmarks ‚ėÖ

CSS table, basic structure for a typical mobile app layout

Many years were needed for developers to abandon tables as a mean to construct web pages layouts and switch to more semantically meaningful elements combined with CSS, but the bad side-effect of the awareness campaign¬†for building flexible layouts with style sheets was the complete demonization¬†of HTML tables and the CSS properties that allow to access … Continue reading CSS table, basic structure for a typical mobile app layout