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I have known for a long time that Mozilla/FireFox has a custom CSS attribute to apply the round corners on the HTML element using the “-moz-border-radius” property. But as apparent from the name prefix, it works only on Mozill/FireFox browsers. I found today that Chorme also support the round corners, but unfortunately under a different […]

Page break in HTML pages   When generating reports directly in the HTML, it’s often required to do a forced page break so that a new sections always prints on a new page. Fortunately, this is very simple with the help of CSS. For this you just need to add the “page-break-before:always” or “page-break-after:always” styles to […]

I have been working on the website development for few years now and nearly 98% of the time I was using the Tables for the web page layout. I had known that this task can be better done using the CSS, but, to be honest, I didn’t had courage to drop the old fashioned technique of […]

In just few years period, there has been a transition of websites from the standalone information soils to responsive and connected platforms which looks more like a desktop application to the user in working. Though this has increased the overall usability of the websites (at least for majority of sites), as a web programmer, one […]