Pure CSS Jigsaw puzzle piece. Animate.css. HTML5 UP! Responsive HTML5 and CSS3 Site Templates. Typesetting Responsive CSS3 Columns. Multi-column layouts are awesome, but I haven't seen many great implementations. This is my try. Tommi Kaikkonen on January 7th, 2013 Before you start reading this article, you might want to play with the checkboxes in the top right corner. Resize the window.
Zoom in and out. Where Are the Columns I use a Full HD widescreen for browsing the internet. CSS3 columns have decent implementations in browsers. Let's begin with an overview of how CSS3 columns work. CSS3 Columns CSS3 columns take content and divide it into columns based on either the column-width or column-count CSS-properties. For articles, there's one viable option: column-width. Using column-width creates new columns to the right as content expands. Full Justification Adjacent and narrow columns need full justification to look good.
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HTML5 Responsive Video Player. Skin No 01 Universal Black Skin No 02 Universal WHITE Skin No 04 Futuristic Electric Blue Skin No 05 Futuristic Chrome Skin No 06 Elegant MINIMAL. Punch the TV! | Demo Studio. Building a Circular Navigation with CSS Transforms. A tutorial on how to create a circular navigation using CSS transforms. View demo Download source In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to create circular navigations using CSS transforms. I’m going to take you through the steps for creating these styles one by one, and explain the math (yikes!)
And simple logic behind them so you get a clear understanding of the technique. Like I mentioned, there’s going to be some basic math involved, along with CSS transforms to create these styles. But don’t worry, the math is really very simple and I’ll be going through it step by step. I also want to mention that credit for the original technique goes to Ana Tudor. So, without further ado, let’s get started! The Markup We’re going to be building a navigation, so we’ll start with a regular navigation structure. The icons we’re using in this demo are from Font Awesome. The Math Behind the CSS Transforms The best way to explain the math is to use a visual explanation instead of a written one. Simple.