How To Add CSS Snippets To Your Blog Post

Posted by Neville on July 10, 2011 under Blogging, How To, Training | 3 Comments to Read

Shadow Boxing.

The previous post indicated that there would be some posts added that will show how to add snippets of code that will call on various CSS procedures.

An example of that type of How To… post has been posted at the TopTeam blog, a sister blog to this one.

You are invited to visit the TopTeam blog to discover how to Add A Box With Shadow to your blog post.

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  • Abraham van der Linde said,

    Thanks you for sharing. I have checked the css styling and it is awesome. I will incorporate this css3 type styling as a standard in my future themes. One question though. Will this work with silverlight enabled browsers?

  • Neville said,

    Thanks Abraham. It has been a pleasure experimenting with CSS styling and adapting a couple of themes in WP. Some CSS3 features are not yet supported by all browsers, so this sort of thing is perhaps a little at the cutting edge of website design. That makes it all the more exciting!

    I’m not really aware of the capabilities and performance of Silverlight, so I can’t give you a definite answer. I have a feeling that there may be some capability problems with it, after doing a little bit of research earlier today.

    I hope that you will be able to come back and share your experiences with CSS3.

  • Abraham van der Linde said,

    Silverlight is a Microsoft product and is closely related to IE, so yes, IE have some issues with css in general, more so with css3.

    I realize it was a “stupid” question, but not all newbies to css would know this.

    I will keep an eye on this blog of yours, it have some real cool tips that are quite easy to implement.