Learn how and why to use the !important rule in your CSS styles. See what cases are recommended and where is the right place to use it.
A CSS comment is used to give explanatory information to the code or to prevent the browser from trying to interpret particular parts of the style sheet.
Make your website look more attractive by using favicons in the title bar. See how favicons are created and find more information about them.
In this tutorial, you can find some methods to make the design of your website attractive using unique fonts. See how you can use the @font-face rule property.
See how to use <video> and <iframe> tags instead of the <embed>, <frame> and <object> tags. Learn how to set video autoplay. Practice with examples.
Very often developers want to create a div element, that can change its width/height as the window width changes. That can be done by maintaining the aspect ratio of the element.
It is possible to override !important, although it isn’t recommended to use !important at all. But you can override the !important rule with another !important.
How CSS overriding works, what is the cascading order and inheritance, what are the priorities and some tricks to override them.
Learn about the ways of resizing and creating responsive background images. Use the CSS background-size property for that purpose. See examples.