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Icon Fonts Icons sind, wenn richtig eingesetzt, bedeutungsvoll und intuitiv. Sie führen den Benutzer einer Website zur gewünschten Aktion und sind somit ein wichtiger Blickfang. Heute, in Zeiten der Optimierung für Mobile-Devices und besonders des Responsive Webdesigns erfahren die Icons als Fonts eine Renaissance. Das Prinzip des Icon Fonts ist eigentlich kein neuartiges Phänomen.
Wer ist nicht schon daran verzweifelt: Man ändert eine Layout-Eigenschaft im Stylesheet und nichts passiert. Meist steckt der Fehler im Detail, genauer gesagt: In der Spezifität (engl. Specificity) der Selektoren .
Published by Chris Coyier There is a real need for serving media that is appropriate for the device and circumstance, since we know so little about any particular web request. I recently posted a blog post with so many images on it the page weighed in at 2.29 MB. I should have posted a warning when I tweeted it: "Don't click this if on a 3G network, it probably take forever, just check it out when you get home." Ideally, all those images I served up could have had a lower-res version of themselves that display on browsers with smaller browser window sizes and/or slower connection speeds. Even in cutting edge browsers, there is no native way to do this yet.
Dec 01 2011 Over the last few years there has been great collections of quality free HTML & CSS templates published on Noupe such as 50 Free High-Quality and “New” (X)HTML/CSS Templates (2009) and 40+ Elegant Free CSS/(X)HTML Templates (2010). There have been some great free templates released over the last year so we thought it would be appropriate to share some of these great new designs with you all. In web development, it’s important to move with the times and embrace the latest changes. As such, all of the templates listed in this article were designed using HTML5 and CSS3 ; both of which will help future proof your website and make them more accessible. The Templates
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Published by Chris Coyier Lea is a front end web developer from Greece. You have likely heard of her, as ever since she started blogging in English (read more about that below), she's had quite a boom in popularity. Or perhaps you've seen some of her work. She's created a number of one-page sites that either show off amazing things CSS can do or help you with a difficult/tedious task. I asked Lea some questions about critical reaction to her work, the community in Greece, the future of CSS, and more.