A cool effect you can do with CSS/HTML is to position a button (or any element really) at the top right hand side of a table. For example you could use this to refresh the contents of the table when the button is clicked. It’s intuitive to the user and is a subtle way to add functionality that is only apparent when it is needed. Continue reading “CSS Examples of Two Ways to Position a Button at the Top Right of a Table”
There are a number of ways to generate and display hierarchical data in a visually appealing tree-like structure. The best way, of course, is to not have to rely on external libraries, and to deal with pure markup. Continue reading “Example Pure CSS Family Tree Markup”
In case the title of this article is confusing, what I’m trying to show is how to use CSS to change only the style of a particular column of an HTML table… so, for example, how to center-align the contents of the second table column.