Home / CSS3 Previews / Box-shadow, one of CSS3′s best new features The box-shadow property allows designers to easily implement multiple drop shadows (outer or inner) on box elements, specifying values for color, size, blur and offset. Browser support is growing of late with Mozilla (Firefox), Webkit (Safari/Chrome/Konqueror), Opera and the IE9 Platform Preview all offering a decent implementation of the spec, although Mozilla and Webkit still require their respective -moz- and -webkit- prefixes (note Mozilla Firefox 4.0+ no longer requires the -moz- prefix). Here’s a basic example: Firefox, Safari/Chrome, Opera and IE9 users should see a grey fading shadow under this box.
Let’s welcome the latest trend in the web design field especially in terms of typography , the new Hand drawn fonts. As the name implies Hand drawn fonts are created using hand sketching techniques. To create hand drawn fonts the designer must have high creativity to make fonts that can make the designs stand out from others. Attractive fonts are very important for any graphic design to present an unique effect in their artwork with a cool appearance to visitors. For your Inspiration , here is a creative showcase of hand drawn fonts for download. I hope you find this collection worth watching.
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AndrewG, January 23, 2011 HTML5 and CSS3 are really revolutionizing web development and web design, because they are bringing so many new features to work with to the fields. In this article you’ll be able to find some great tools, cheat sheets and much more you could need to master these new features. Here we present you, a list HTML5 tutorials and techniques that you can’t miss if you are a web developer.
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I am attempting to build a Phonegap app that will allow the user to change the size of a two column layout by moving the middle divider. I was able to get this working, but there is a huge UX problem: it's laggy. It's not terrible, but on the latest iPad it's even noticeable, which has me worrying. Here's my JS that does the resizing:
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How to pass parameters to a web page? For this purpose a form is created whose values will be transmitted automatically, and in the target page, a script retrieves the values sent. We have seen how to create a form , we will detail here how to extract the transmitted data. 1) Understanding the format of URL's parameters
Typography is one of the most important aspect of design that uses text as their main element. Typography got the power to make any website design or graphic design attractive and lively. If you have noticed from quite a long time, there are many websites running that have great example of typography designs. Most of the times, graphic designers and web designers are pretty overwhelmed by the huge collection of fonts available on the Internet. However, there are many typography tools available freely on the Internet that are useful and make designers life easier.
In this article we want to present 30 Professional Free Fonts for Excellent Typography you should consider using for your designs or typography works. Make sure you maintain records of where fonts were acquired and keep the original archive file with the legal terms to prove permission of use. In this collection, you’ll find only the best free and high-quality fonts for clean and professional designs. “Typographical design should perform optically what the speaker creates through voice and gesture of his thoughts.” – El Lizzitsky . As E.
The next iteration of HTML has been met with excitement by some, loathing by others and confusion/fear by everyone else. Love it or hate it, HTML 5 will soon define how you build websites. This is the first article in a four part series that will introduce HTML5 and its basic features as well as explain the key differences from HTML4.01 and XHTML 1.0 so you can start preparing yourself and your sites for the transition.