[Feb 1st, 2015] I’ve finally updated my code examples for the very popular seriesÂ I’ve shared with how to center content within a section that has a “full width” (or “full bleed”) background (100% Full Width Header & Footer with Centered Content series: v1v2v3Â – disregard all of those now!).
Meandering about the internets this morning I happened upon something so awesome it actually made me come out of hiatus to share with everyone.
As a developer, loads of my time when building out a website is spent throwing in filler content until I or the client actually adds the sites final copy. Copying and pasting from Lipsum.com or another generator over and over and over and over again. Time consuming, right?
I originally wrote a tutorial on how to “Create Full Width Header & Footer With Centered Content Using CSS” almost three years ago (yipe!) when I was working on one of the many redesigns of my site. Looking back on it now (since it’s one of my most popular articles), I see it’s slightly different as to how I have been doing it recently. Both methods work, both can be used, but I find my current method a little bit “cleaner”.
So recently I was working on a project that required image based navigation AND drop down menus. From the get-go I decided to use CSS Sprites for the tabbed menu for the normal, active and hover styles. I also decided the best way to implement the drop down was to use the “Son of Suckerfish” drop down menus heavily modified from the original code to fit in with the original programming I had done for the menu.