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CSS Triangle


You can make them with a single div. It’s nice to have classes for each direction possibility.

<div class="arrow-up"></div>
<div class="arrow-down"></div>
<div class="arrow-left"></div>
<div class="arrow-right"></div>


The idea is a box with zero width and height. The actual width and height of the arrow is determined by the width of the border. In an up arrow, for example, the bottom border is colored while the left and right are transparent, which forms the triangle.

.arrow-up {
        width: 0;
        height: 0;
        border-left: 5px solid transparent;
        border-right: 5px solid transparent;

        border-bottom: 5px solid black;

.arrow-down {
        width: 0;
        height: 0;
        border-left: 20px solid transparent;
        border-right: 20px solid transparent;

        border-top: 20px solid #f00;

.arrow-right {
        width: 0;
        height: 0;
        border-top: 60px solid transparent;
        border-bottom: 60px solid transparent;

        border-left: 60px solid green;

.arrow-left {
        width: 0;
        height: 0;
        border-top: 10px solid transparent;
        border-bottom: 10px solid transparent; 

        border-right:10px solid blue;

Text-overflow CSS

Sometimes text will have to be clipped. For instance when it overflows the element’s box. When this happens, you want to leave a visual “hint” to the user that text has been clipped. This is were the text-overflow-props come in. The most common way to use it is the ellipsis character: “…” although, as the spec says, “the actual character representation may vary”. Opera supports this as well using it’s vendor prefix: -o-text-overflow.

Support for these features is very limited at the moment, WebKit only supports the short-hand text-overflow, and even that is only partly implemented. text-overflow: ellipsis-word; and text-overflow: inherit; don’t work yet. Internet Explorer, funnily enough, supports this too in IE6 and up, according to the MSDN page about it.

The following two divs contains the following text: “Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur”. As you can see, it is clipped. The first uses text-overflow: ellipsis;, the second uses text-overflow: clip;.



Text-shadow, Photoshop like effects using CSS

CSS3 finally eliminates the need for Photoshop when all you want to do is a simple shadow. The text-shadow property is used as follows:

text-shadow: 2px 2px 2px #000;

This produces the text with a shadow 2px right and below of the text, which blurs for 2px.

RGBA colors CSS

CSS3 has added a new feature to color setting. Next to rgb you can now also use rgba. The “a” in this
property-name stands, for, you guessed it: alpha. This new feature allows us to specify an opacity value for a color. This one could
make life for webdevelopers a lot easier…

So far, this has only been implemented in Safari 3, and works in the latest Firefox 3 pre-alpha’s.

See the example:

See the difference in the code between the first row, which uses RGBA color values, and the second, which uses RGB values:

<div style="background: rgba(255, 0, 0, 0.2);"></div> <div style="background: rgba(255, 0, 0, 0.4);"></div> <div style="background: rgba(255, 0, 0, 0.6);"></div> <div style="background: rgba(255, 0, 0, 0.8);"></div> <div style="background: rgba(255, 0, 0, 1) ;"></div>

And the second one:

<div style="background: rgb(243, 191, 189);"></div> <div style="background: rgb(246, 143, 142);"></div> <div style="background: rgb(249, 95 , 94) ;"></div> <div style="background: rgb(252, 47, 47) ;"></div> <div style="background: rgb(255, 0, 0) ;"></div>