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You may see the demo here. It works in browsers supporting css3 transitions. In IE the envelope is not visible, I certainly could have played a bit more with jQuery to reproduce a similar effect, but it’s not a part of this tutorial. Let’s start with the html structure: The idea is as follows (I tried to illustrate it in the scheme below): the #form_wrap is positioned relatively (top:0), with the envelope fixed to its bottom. We will need an envelope cut into two parts, the top part, visible over the letter (after.png) and the bottom part (before.png) partially covered by the letter.
Let’s start to complete the stylesheet: Next, we’ll add some styling to the form elements: So far we haven’t used the transition, click here to see where we are. We will add the same transition to form and #form_wrap. How to do anything - www.wikihow.com (HTTP) How to Design a Website - www.garysimon.net (HTTP) A fully comprehensive step by step tutorial, from design to HTML & CSS.
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Website Design Principles The Design Process -> Method & Craft - methodandcraft.com (HTTP) Quick Tip: 7 Super-Handy PHP Functions for Beginners. Have you ever taken a look at the list of functions available in PHP?
I just counted 5025 on the PHP quick reference page. Granted, it depends on what extensions you have enabled, but still: that’s one heap of functions! While I can’t show you every one of them, if you're new to the language, I’ll introduce you to seven really handy ones in this quick tip! Function 1: array_rand Let’s start with a simple one. However, there’s a way that’s a little bit quicker: array_rand. If you want more than one random value from the array, pass a second parameter identifying how many; you’ll get back an array of random keys. Function 2: strip_tags It’s not uncommon to accept larger chunks of text from a user: maybe as a comment or a bio. Of course, you might want to allow certain tags, like <strong>, <em>, or <code>, for some simple styling; pass a string listing those as the second parameter: Function 3: strftime Function 4: basename Function 5: list Function 6: range.