Everything You Need to Know About the !important CSS Declaration
If you’ve ever worked on a sizable web project you know how hard it can be to figure out which HTML element is using which CSS selector. And since CSS uses cascading, it can be harder to figure out if a CSS selector is overriding another CSS selector. One way to hack and fix this is to use the !important declaration. Of course, that has its downfalls too. This article does a fine job of telling you how !important works and when it doesn’t.
All About Floats
If you’re new to designing with CSS of if you’ve ever been confused about how Floats work in CSS, this article is just perfect. I’ve always had to decide if I wanted to use floats, or position elements absolutely and relatively before creating a template for a project. The author lists how Floats work, why they could break and most importantly, techniques you could use to fix them.
After looking around for a small script that does very basic modal pop-ups, I finally found one that does exactly what its supposed to in less than 4kb. Easy to use and no-nonsense