if IE Conditional CSS using ASP.NET Themes

winter-011 Yesterday when I introduced Artisteer I mentioned that they use conditional link comments to include IE6 and IE7 specific CSS in the master page.

In my world, I like to use ASP.NET themes for my CSS, which means the CSS will get included automatically.  So the question is, how can we use Artister with ASP.NET themes?  Or for that matter, how can we include IE-specific CSS as part of our themes?… Read the rest

DotNetNuke CSS in your Module Settings

tp_vol1_002 I have a friend that is working at a local college who called recently because he was having some trouble with his CSS using the Module Settings feature where you can add additional code for the Module’s header and footer.

If you aren’t already aware of this feature, now would be a good time to learn about it.  it can be used to embed javascript into your form, add or change CSS or even provide additional wrapper code for your module.… Read the rest

jQuery – class manipulation

So, now that we’ve fully exhausted the topic of how to select elements using jQuery, what can we do with it?

Well, one thing we can do is use the two built-in methods, addClass and removeClass, to change the look of your site on the fly.… Read the rest

jQuery Selectors – Looks just like CSS

187629_5335 Last week we took a look at the jQuery selector syntax, which allows us to select elements by their ID, class name, or tag name.

While it is pretty cool that you can select by class name, that really doesn’t buy us a whole lot. … Read the rest

jQuery Simple Selectors

A03B0023 Last week we started looking at the jQuery selector by looking at the syntax we used to get our “hello world” demo working.

Today, we’ll start digging a little deeper into this main feature of jQuery.

There are four basic ways to get data using the selector.… Read the rest