Stuff in the ‘css’ Category

Customizing and Styling Magento Order Confirmation

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

Magento is powerful, but man does it make some things more laborious than they need to be.

Out of the box, Magento’s order confirmation is weak. The client wanted a more robust solution, and after scraping the web for resources and dumping class methods out, I was able to put together a very robust solution.
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(Almost) Cross Browser Text-Stroke (Outline Text)

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Or how to fake it in most browsers

Super-short, super simple:

Using text-shadow, which is supported across most modern browsers, you can achieve the text-stroke (outlining the text) like so:

a.hover {
	text-shadow: -1px -1px 0 #990000, 
	1px -1px 0 #990000, 
	-1px 1px 0 #990000, 
	1px 1px 0 #990000; 
}

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Beware of WordPress Plugin Bloat

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

I Love WordPress

WordPress is amazing, there’s no two ways about it. I’m a huge fan, and I’ve therefore found myself doing lots of WordPress development and programming for my clients. Read More →

Typekit and Google Expand Web-Safe Fonts

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

Forever, there’s been only a small handful of font selections that you could use safely on your website. Literally – like 8 different fonts that you could be sure would be on everyone’s browser.

But now, thanks to two awesome services, you can use a much larger variety of fonts. Read More →