10 Amazing Examples of Innovative CSS3 Animation. CSS3 has brought about a number of aesthetically impressive new features.
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As you might know already, I'm not a big fan of animations that are added in CSS3.
Yet, several people on Twitter told me why they really like the feature. At that point, I wanted to play around with it too. At the same time, I wanted to see if those animations with CSS3 could be created with jQuery too (especially for those browser that don't support CSS3 animations yet). So today, I present you Five examples of CSS3 animations and their jQuery equivalents. This tutorial/these examples will show the use of the same HTML, with different classes for CSS3 and jQuery. Anti Tables » Custom Web Fonts in CSS3.
Ce que nous réserve CSS3 en 2010 - Alsacréations. L'écriture des spécifications CSS progresse à grands pas, et la version 3 comporte déjà plusieurs modules implémentés dans les navigateurs récents.
Make Your Mockup in Markup. We aren’t designing copies of web pages, we’re designing web pages.
Andy Clarke, via Quotes on Design The old way I used to think the best place to design a website was in an image editor. I’d create a pixel-perfect PSD filled with generic content, send it off to the client, go through several rounds of revisions, and eventually create the markup. Does this process sound familiar? That process is whack, yo! Recently, thanks in large part to the influence of design hero Dan Cederholm, I’ve come to the conclusion that a website’s design should begin where it’s going to live: in the browser. Die Photoshop, die Some of you may be wondering, “what’s so bad about using Photoshop for the bulk of my design?” The application Adobe Photoshop CS4 has unexpectedly ruined your day. Photoshop’s propensity to crash at crucial moments is a running joke in the industry, as is its barely usable interface. Text rendered in Photoshop (left) versus Safari (right). Nice Web Type – How to use CSS @font-face.
Code up top for quick reference, details down below—we’ll prepare typefaces for use on the web, go through @font-face CSS line-by-line, and get the experts’ take on browser support.
Updated May 2010 with new syntax from Paul Irish. The CSS: The HTML: <h2>This headline is typeset in <em>your typeface</em>. </h2> Before we get started If you want to brush up history and basics, Håkon Wium Lie has a great introduction to the CSS @font-face property in his A List Apart article, CSS @ Ten: The Next Big Thing. Nice And Simple Toolbar For Your Website With CSS3 And jQuery.
During these months I’ve learned an important lesson as blogger.
If you want to start an activity on the web with a blog, magazine or a general website, you must plan a clever action on the Social Networking and Bookmarking websites. Often it’s an hard thing to interface a website with the many available social services, but recently there are some famous blogs, like Abduzeedo and Mashable, that are using a fixed toolbar on the bottom of the page with useful button for the sharing. CSS3 : la transparence de couleur avec RGBa - Alsacréations. Le module de couleurs de CSS3 introduit la notion de transparence dans les valeurs associées à une couleur, l'écriture RGBa.
Cette composante de la couleur permet de jouer sur les effets d'opacité entre les différentes couches d'éléments HTML. Contrairement à ce que l'on peut croire, le principe de la transparence RGBa est radicalement différent de la propriété opacity (également CSS3 mais assez ancienne déjà) : cette dernière est une propriété qui s'applique à l'élément dans son intégralité (ainsi qu'à tous ses descendants) tandis que RGBa est une valeur qui s'applique à une propriété de l'élément sélectionné uniquement. De ce fait, RGBa est susceptible de s'appliquer à toutes les propriétés dont la valeur peut être une couleur : background-color, color, border-color, box-shadow, text-shadow, etc. Les ombrages en CSS3 - Alsacréations. Blog HTML5 – Également sur CSS3, le design Web et les standards.