When you’re designing a website, you’ll likely have a number of different choices of coding techniques and technologies to choose from in order to solve a certain problem or achieve a certain goal. For example, you might use ASP, PHP or Ruby to accomplish your server side scripting needs. It’s also the case that there are many options available for implementing the visual design goals of your website. But one method is increasingly becoming somewhat of the de facto “standard” for visual design; CSS (cascading style sheets).
Creating a little drama and bringing a flat page to life is easier than ever, thanks to CSS. At least it is true for modern browsers and simply degrades back to flat for older systems. It basically comes down to providing an optimized view for advanced users without worrying about scripts. The changes are subtle but still make a decent impact.
CSS snippet to create a shadow of some block element (eg. div tag). It can attache one or more drop-shadows to the box.
The following is a list of named color codes sorted by its name. Corresponding Hex codes and RGB codes are described.