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This tutorial teaches you to easily apply Zebra styling to your static/dynamic tables. The method of styling alternate rows with different colors is also known as Zebra styling. We normally achieve this by defining two sets of styles for odd and even rows of a table and manually adding these class names in to the table rows. When the data table is generated...

Dead Center layout using CSS

Posted by on December 13, 2009
How many of you have searched Google for “dead center align” or “vertical center css” and found results showing more than a million pages only to realize that most of them don’t give you the right solution you are looking for? Well, vertical centering has always been a nightmare for designers and developers. The solution we are looking...
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