- Age 30
- Seen Dec 30, 2023
What this thread is for?Basically this thread is for standard CSS coding issues, problems, questions and discussion. While PC offers a watered down version of CSS as such, there is still a lot of things you can do. A quick example of CSS capabilities would be something like this:
This thread is for simple questions regarding CSS and how to use it efficiently or if you are seeking some answers on coding issues. There has been threads made in the past looking for help with CSS. So instead of a member posting a new thread with a question regarding CSS issues, they can post here instead and get help from other members in the know.
Thread can be used for:
- Simple questions regarding signature, thread or post coding issues within PC.
- Asking for a code, for example "What is the code to display a background?"
- General discussion on what works best on PC and other discussion like the best universal codes used on different browsers.
- Usual Computers & Technology's rules apply
- This is not for requests. So please refrain from asking others to make your signature.
- Just keep things relaxed, there's no need for argument "my codes is better than yours!1"
- Don't know the answer to a question at hand? Let someone else answer.
- Respect other members and their answers, if you feel they might be wrong or they could have elaborated, kindly point it out and offer your suggestion.
List of tutorials and resources
CSS Signature Templates + Guide | PPN Studio - Not my favourite tutorial but for basic CSS needs such as signatures is does the job just fine. If you're looking to eventually get into web site design or intermediate to advanced CSS it's not the best place to start. Basic needs.
CSS Tutorial at w3schools - Probably my more favoured choice, but it's all taught in Cascading Style Sheets where as PC has CSS as one block. If you're looking to get into web design or anything along those lines, there's probably not many better places to start. I would recommend learning the basics on the tutorial above then fine tune your skills with this one. More in depth, getting into web design.
CSS Tutorial at csstutorial.net - Quite in depth, not something you'd need to look at if you're just using CSS for PC, it gets into detail mainly on web design. Very descriptive, not needed for PC but good for learning purposes.
The PokéCommunity Forums - BB Code List - One of your best friends, make sure what you're looking for isn't already on this list before getting worried about having to learn CSS.
FireFox- The best known browser for CSS and coding, almost everything works well with it as well as the fact that it's quite advanced browser. Highly recommended for any user.
Firebug - One of the most useful addons for FireFox I've downloaded. What this does is, basically lets you edit a web pages coding (not for good only for demonstration purposes) and see your edits right before your eyes as you type. It's a great way to see what way a web site is built up as well as check codes to see how things are done.
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Additional Questions PM Me and I'd be happy to help.
Simple CSS Code List
This displays the background of an image. Use the apostrophes, or untick the "Automatically parse links in text", or it will wrap tags around your link and be annoy...Verdana] [/FONT][/div][FONT=Verdana] [/FONT]
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