CSS isn’t always easy to deal with. Depending on your skills and your experience, CSS coding can sometimes become a nightmare, particularly if you aren’t sure which selectors are actually being applied to document elements. An easy way to minimize the complexity of the code is as useful as not-so-well-known CSS attributes and properties you can use to create a semantically correct markup.
We’ve taken a close look at some of the most interesting and useful CSS tricks, tips, ideas, methods, techniques and coding solutions and listed them below. We also included some basic techniques you can probably use in every project you are developing, but which are hard to find once you need them.
And what has come out of it is an overview of over 70 expert tips, which can improve your efficiency of CSS coding. You might be willing to check out the list of references and related articles in the end of this post.
This article has cheat sheets for retrieving various bits of ASP.NET runtime information. For each bit of info, there is:
* A code snippet for retrieving it in a page, with a link to MSDN
* Description, sometimes explanation
* The value for the live ASP.NET app backing this site”
In no particular order, here are the top ten things I’ve learned to pay attention to when dealing with production ASP.NET applications. Hopefully they will help you save you some time and headaches. As always, your thoughts and additions are welcome.
Regular Expressions (RegEx) give me a headache most of the time. That’s where cheat sheets like these com in handy: