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Gravity Forms CSS: Targeting Specific Elements

This awesome css guide for Gravity Forms was originally posted here: http://www.rocketgenius.com/gravity-forms-css-targeting-specific-elements/ The team here at Rocketgenius is about to release Gravity Forms version 1.5 with several new features and enhancements. Along with these new features, we’ve introduced some new markup and form elements that I’m sure many people will want to style to match  Full Article…

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Dynamic user defined background images

This technique allows your WordPress content editors to specify their own custom background image for each page individually using custom fields (or meta boxes). Insert the following code into the head of your page: You will need to suppliment this with additional css which won’t need to change and can therefore be included in the  Full Article…

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Internet Explorer specific CSS

As much as we don’t like to deal with the IE bugs, we still have to face it because your boss and visitors are still using Explorer. It gets frustrating when different versions of Explorer displays web pages differently due to the inconsistent rendering engine. We typically use IE conditional comments to fix the IE  Full Article…

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How to Enqueue Styles

This article will show you how to safely insert your CSS for your WordPress plugin or theme into the HEAD section of both the WordPress front-end and administration panel. I wrote an article a while back which explained how to safely enqueue JavaScript files into WordPress for your WordPress plugin or theme without simply injecting code into  Full Article…

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Full page CSS background image

We visited this concept of re-sizeable background images before… but reader Doug Shults sent me in a link that uses a really awesome technique that I think is better than any of the previous techniques. This technique and the above background image is credited to this site. Here is what this technique is going to  Full Article…

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Conditional CSS with PHP

I used this snippet of code to set a different css class or id based on the page template. It could be modified to be conditional based on being the the home page as well. Also note that is had to be put in the code/document as a single line for it to work…..don’t know  Full Article…

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Horizontal Two-Tiered Conditional Navigation

We’ll need code to help us: 1) query the page, 2) determine if there are child pages, and 3) properly highlight both the .current_page_parent and .current_page_item links. If you’re wondering why the CSS seems overly verbose, it’s to make sure the :active and :hover states display correctly whether or not subpages exist — if they  Full Article…

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