CSS Article (5)

Vermillion's Simple Navbar Tutorial

» Nov 23 2008 05:00PM

Vermillion's first article, on creating a simple yet stylish navigation bar, using basic CSS styling and HTML lists.

CSS Formatting

» Jun 02 2006 05:00PM

Scott takes you through on creating fancier formatting using CSS that can always add a little personal touch to every webpage.

Printer Friendly Pages

» May 25 2006 05:00PM

Read on how to set up neat looking webpages that will work with your printer.

Positioning Images with CSS

» Jul 16 2004 05:00PM

CSS is a clean, fine tuned way of positioning images in your pages. Scott takes you through various CSS techniques to get the job done - from the basics of using background and floated images to image overlays

Two and Three Column Webpage Layouts with CSS

» May 05 2004 05:00PM

Think that the only way to get a traditional 3 column site layout is with the use of tables? Think again. Scott shows you how to create standards compliant designs that fit the 2 and 3 column mold.

CSS News (6)

Minor Improvements to Code display in Articles

Category: PHP, CSS
Posted: Jul 06 2006 03:27PM
Author: redemption

We've made some minor but very useful improvement to the quality of article code samples by highlighting PHP and code strings.

To do this we're using the same nTag code we use on Neoseeker to highlihgt php and code tags using PHP's own highlight_string() function.

If anyone has suggestions on how we might be able to do something similar for MySQL and HTML please let us know!

Just check out the latest article which has been updated with this new code display style to see what we mean :)

New DEVPEN staffers

Category: PHP, CSS
Posted: May 04 2006 02:06PM
Author: redemption

Hi everyone,

DEVPEN hasn't really been doing much in terms of updates, but now more Neoseeker members are onboard to help flesh out content and community. So welcome to:

gdog2011 - PHP,Mysql,HTML,CSS,AJAX
Dark Reaper - PHP, MySQL, Javascript (Ajax, etc),HTML,CSS,Beginner RoR,Compiled: CMaintenance of C++/Java

You'll have noticed that Enhance has already published an article on image uploading with PHP :).

Missing Articles Restored!

Category: PHP, CSS
Posted: Jan 22 2006 03:53PM
Author: dark reaper

As you can see from navigating around the site and the above articles, the articles that have been lost are now restored to full working order. By a freak chance of luck I had them backed up on my home computer, and thankfully so.

Any errors found in the newly restored articles, please report in the forums and we'll fix them up right away. And as Redemption has said earlier this week, if you have any ideas on article ideas, please visit the Site and Article Suggestions Forum.

Devpen is back!

Category: PHP, CSS
Posted: Jan 20 2006 05:34PM
Author: redemption

After much digging around, I found an old backup. Unfortunately this copy is missing some news and I believe some articles as well. However, its better than nothing. Thanks to all the Neoseeker members who asked me about DEVPEN and encouraged me to find something to restore :D.

By the way, several of you have mentioned you have an interest in helping with DEVPEN. What we need now are articles. Come drop by the forums so we can figure out some good article ideas.

I'm still toying with the idea of upgrading the neoseeker forums to allow it to be the ones that power the DEVPEN forum area, for greater integration. But for now the forums we're using should be alright.

Lost data and downtime

Category: PHP, CSS
Posted: Mar 04 2004 12:54PM
Author: redemption

Looks like bad luck struck us: due to a hacker we lost our forums and the site was not functioning properly for a while. I'm slowly restoring everything but it will take time...

Articles in the works

Category: PHP, CSS
Posted: Nov 11 2003 10:41AM
Author: redemption

You'll notice now that we have 2 actual articles published - one on CSS standards and another on Search Engine Friendly URLs.

These are just two of a slew of articles in the works right now. Keep checking back and you'll find more articles in the coming weeks. Thanks go out to all the authors who are working on their articles. If you're curious what's upcoming you can check out the Works In Progress threads in the DEVPEN Articles forum.