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23 Creative Uses of CSS3 Text Effects to Enhance Your Web Presence. Is your text blurred with Photoshop?

23 Creative Uses of CSS3 Text Effects to Enhance Your Web Presence

If yes, CSS3 offers some great text effects. To give a website a visually impressive look, designers put emphasis on neat and stylish typography. For years designers have depended on Photoshop, but CSS3 is a revolution with easy-to-create text effects. CSS3 Linear Gradient Syntax Breakdown. This is not going to be an extensive post, but just something to serve as a quick reference, along with some interesting points from the spec.

CSS3 Linear Gradient Syntax Breakdown

In another post, I’ll break down CSS3 radial gradients, but for now I’ll just focus on linear, to keep things simple. The Bare Minimum for All Supporting Browsers To get a linear gradient to work in all supporting browsers, this is how you do it:


CSS3 Solutions for Internet Explorer - Smashing Magazine. Advertisement Experienced developers understand that CSS3 can be added to new projects with progressive enhancement in mind.

CSS3 Solutions for Internet Explorer - Smashing Magazine

This ensures that content is accessible while non-supportive browsers fall back to a less-enhanced experience for the user. But developers could face a situation where a client insists that the enhancements work cross-browser, demanding support even for IE6. Demo: CSS3 Buttons. Animated Sprites with CSS3 Transitions. 50 New Useful CSS Techniques, Tutorials and Tools. Advertisement These are great times for front-end developers.

50 New Useful CSS Techniques, Tutorials and Tools

After months of exaggerated excitement1 about HTML5 and CSS3, the web design community now starts coming up with CSS techniques that actually put newly available technologies to practical use instead of abusing them for pure aesthetic purposes2. We see fewer “pure CSS images” and more advanced, clever CSS techniques that can actually improve the Web browsing experience of users. And that’s a good thing! In this post we present recently released CSS techniques, tutorials and tools for you to use and enhance your workflow, thus improving your skills. CSS Techniques Now Playing: transitions and animations with CSS3Tim Van Damme showcases a fairly simple CSS design that uses transitions, animations and subtle hover-effects to produce an engaging user experience.

Le web de demain avec HTML5 et CSS3. CSS3 Media Queries. CSS2 allows you to specify stylesheet for specific media type such as screen or print.

CSS3 Media Queries

Now CSS3 makes it even more efficient by adding media queries. You can add expressions to media type to check for certain conditions and apply different stylesheets. For example, you can have one stylesheet for large displays and a different stylesheet specifically for mobile devices. It is quite powerful because it allows you to tailor to different resolutions and devices without changing the content. Continue on this post to read the tutorial and see some websites that make good use of media queries. Mise en forme rapide sous la forme de colonne avec du CSS.

Tester son site dans tous les environnements possibles December 12, 2013 – 11:59 am La difficulté pour un développeur ou un webdesigner est de tester son travail sur des configurations utilisées par les visiteurs de son site.

Mise en forme rapide sous la forme de colonne avec du CSS

Dans ce cas il y a plusieurs possibilités : soit avoir un matériel incroyable chez soi, soit utiliser des machines virtuelles sur son ordinateur pour répliquer les différentes configurations ou alors plus read more Ressource pour le “flat design” November 26, 2013 – 7:39 pm Aujourd’hui la mode est au flat design alors dites adieu au effet d’ombre et autres mises en forme qui sont has been! Tester l’affichage de son site internet avec screenfly September 9, 2013 – 11:07 am. Subtle CSS3 Typography that you’d Swear was Made in Photoshop. 8 examples of stunning CSS3 text effects. How to Create Inset Typography with CSS3 Just two years ago, we all used Photoshop to create beautiful inset typography.

8 examples of stunning CSS3 text effects

Now, you can do it using only CSS3. This great tutorial will help you getting started. CSS 3 : outils et astuces pour vos effets » WebdesignerTrends – Ressources utiles pour le webdesign, actus du web, sélection de sites et de tutoriels. On ne peut pas encore dire que le CSS 3 s’impose en webdesign, mais heureusement il gagne petit à petit du terrain.

CSS 3 : outils et astuces pour vos effets » WebdesignerTrends – Ressources utiles pour le webdesign, actus du web, sélection de sites et de tutoriels

Pour éviter de créer tous vos effets « à la main », je vous propose une sélection d’outils utiles pour travailler mieux et plus vite. Au début pour certains effets, il vaut mieux posséder une cheat sheet CSS3 pour se rapeller de l’ordre des propriétés. Pour aller plus vite, des sites comme ceux ci-dessous peuvent réellement vous aider… Lecteur vidéo en HTML5 avec CSS3 et jQuery - Advanced Web. Six Useful CSS3 Tools. Utiliser CSS3 aujourd'hui : outils et ressources - Alsacréations.

Bien que les spécifications CSS 3 soient encore en phase de maturation, il devient acquis qu'un certain nombre de ses composantes sont déjà exploitables en production sur les navigateurs actuels, moyennant quelque gymnastique pour notre attachant boulet à tous qu'est Internet Explorer.

Utiliser CSS3 aujourd'hui : outils et ressources - Alsacréations

Le contexte actuel est pour le moins excitant pour nous autres webdesigners, puisque l'on peut enfin s'évader d'une norme CSS2.1 vieille de plus de 10 ans ! Nous nous trouvons dans une période clé, et de grands changements vont bientôt s'opérer dans notre façon de travailler au quotidien. Cependant Internet Explorer modère cet engouement puisque seule sa version 9 commence à supporter ces nouveautés, version encore au stade beta non utilisable par le grand public. CSS3 Border Image Experiments : Nora Brown Design. CSS Content. CSS has a property called content.

CSS Content

Start Using CSS3 Today: Techniques and Tutorials - Smashing Magazine. Advertisement We have been publishing articles about CSS3 for a while now, and we keep receiving angry e-mails from some developers who complain that it doesn’t make sense to use CSS3 today. Yes, Internet Explorer doesn’t support most CSS3 properties. And yes, CSS3 vendor prefixes are bad for maintainability (and this is why we recommend extracting vendor prefixes in a separate CSS3 file). But it’s OK to accept that Web is a dynamic medium, and it’s OK to create rich, interactive, beautiful designs for those who are already using a modern browser or will be using one soon.

It just doesn’t make sense to keep looking back, beiDang afraid of looking forward and therefore avoid experimenting and learning about new CSS3 properties today. 13 Pure CSS Techniques for Creating JavaScript-like Interactions. We all know that JavaScript allows us to do great things when it comes to user interfaces, but with a little imagination and creativity, the same types of effects can be created with only CSS. Here are 13 tutorials that teach you how to push the limits of CSS and make it do things that we’re not accustomed to it doing. Générateurs de CSS3 pour tous les navigateurs (ou presque) Quick Tip: Understanding CSS3 Gradients.

Creating an image only for the purpose of displaying a gradient is inflexible, and is quickly becoming a bad practice. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, they very well might still be required, but hopefully not for much longer. Thanks to Firefox and Safari/Chrome, we can now create powerful gradients with minimal effort.

In this video quick tip, we'll examine some of the differences in syntax when working with the -moz and -webkit vendor prefixes. While Mozilla and Webkit generally adopt the same syntax for CSS3 properties, they unfortunately don't quite agree when it comes to gradients. Webkit was first to embrace gradients, and uses the following structure: Don't worry if your eyes gloss over at that syntax; mine did too! What type of gradient? Firefox, which implemented gradient support with version 3.6, prefers a slightly different syntax. Note how we've placed the type of gradient, linear, within the vendor extension.