There are a few different ways to vertically centre objects with CSS, but it can be difficult to choose the right one. I’ll show you all the best ways I’ve seen and also how to create a nice little centered website.
Firebug is one of those must haves if you are a web developer. It, along with many other Firefox extensions, is what made me switch from Internet Explorer. The plug-in I will talk about today is Firebug. You can download it from getfirebug.com and you will immediately fall in love. Out of the box, Firebug contains many useful “tabs” called Console, HTML, CSS, Script, DOM, and Net. In this article, I’ll detail the true power of each of these tabs.
Despite it’s apparent simplicity, Blogger is a powerful publishing platform which offers many unique features. Millions of bloggers from all corners of the globe use this platform, and as more turn to blogging, the demand for professional, well-designed Blogger templates is increasing in demand.
Blogger offers an ideal template system for web designers in the form of a single-file template and editing system where changes can be previewed as they are made. If you are capable of creating a well-designed CSS based web template, you can easily adapt your skills to create beautiful Blogger templates. Furthermore, a little knowledge of Blogger’s template tags allows you to utilize some of the more powerful features to control exactly how the template will perform.
I noticed a thread on the forums that discussed exactly how to implement a working contact form into a site template. So I thought to myself, “What better way to demonstrate the process than with a screencast!”
The code that you’ll find here is 100% yours to use in any way, shape, or form. Feel free to use it as it is, or or edit the code to your heart’s content. As long as you use it to make your ThemeForest templates better, I’ll be happy.