With CSS Journals allowing internal divs, it's very easy add extra bits into it. A comment usage is sub heading, just like using the bold text on news to define a certain area of the article. You can find them almost every where.
border-bottom: 2px solid #821122;
font-family: Courier New, Courier, tahoma, arial, verdana, sans-serif;
We set a border bottom, a font-family and size. You can do more if you want, such as backgrounds, more borders, etc.
[div class="subhead"]Heading Title[/div]
More Internal Divs
Internal divs is a great way of showing extra bits off, whether it's news, or stamps, or features work, etc. Anything.
Internal divs are divs that we use inside the journal but not pre-made ones like the journal itself.
You can add as many thumbnails as you want in there. We define a background colour, colour of any text being used, and we set them to be in the center. When we don't define a width, it will just automatically be 100%.
So we have our special section for the thumbnails, what about adding an extra border onto these or something?
border: 6px solid #FCFCFC;
border: 6px solid #821122;
We add a border of 6px wide, when the thumbnail is hovered we change the border colour. Simple as that really.
What if you are showing a lot of thumbnails but you don't want your journal to be very very long right? Well, we could put the thumbnails into a div that has a set height, and will scroll up and down.
And the div code.
[div class="scroll"]Thumbnails Here[/div]
I would just like to clarify a fact, because a lot of people use this little unneeded bit in their CSS, which of course, just makes the page load a bit slower than it could. It is a fact that you do not need to add !important to the end of all your CSS elements, example:
text-align: center !important;
Not needed... delete that !important!
That's all folks
Well that's all for this series, but I would like to finish off with some CSS Journal features (not including mine)
ElementsUnleashed - Simple yet effective, and a nice combination of colours.
zeolyte - A design that I enjoy, and a great way of keeping the dA colours too.
Nicasus - Got to admit, pretty clever design? So clean and professional looking too.
steward - Ok ok... Not the best CSS design, but it's a good example to a basic CSS Journal.