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Color Scheme Designer 3. Le top 10 des polices / fonts 2008. Typetester – Compare fonts for the screen. 10 Examples of Beautiful CSS Typography and how they did it... « Web Design Marketing Podcast & Blog. 22 Advanced CSS Text Effects And Web Typography Tips. You definitely should have seen those advanced CSS text effects for now already; they are rapidly getting popular as upcoming and current trends in good web design.

22 Advanced CSS Text Effects And Web Typography Tips

The best thing about these effects is it can be achieved with pure CSS, no more image replacements and image heavy web designs. In this article I showcased all the best-explained CSS tutorials and typography tips I found and thought you definitely must read! Scroll through or definitely save this article to bookmarks so the next time you create a new design in Photoshop with letterpress, shadowed etc. effects, – you can create them just with pure code!

CSS Transparency for IE and Mozilla, Firebird and Firefox (-moz-opacity and filter: alpha) - DoMedia. A working solution for transparency in web standards browser I read this today on one of Andy Clarkes websites, he heard it from a conference talk by Cederholm.

CSS Transparency for IE and Mozilla, Firebird and Firefox (-moz-opacity and filter: alpha) - DoMedia

You can use this for anything that can take the CSS color property Transparency on Font Example 50% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Ut wisi enim ad minim veniam, quis Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh eui HTML Code from Example above: <div id="bgNew"><p>50% Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Modèles de menus CSS. Initiation au positionnement CSS (partie 2)

Le positionnement des éléments en CSS est sans aucun doute l'un des aspects les plus intéressants de cette technologie, mais également l'un des plus ardus.

Initiation au positionnement CSS (partie 2)

Positions, flux et autres flottants sont pourtant des notions essentielles à une bonne maîtrise de la mise en page. Si de plus en plus d'intégrateurs semblent aujourd'hui acquérir les bases du comportement de ces propriétés, les choix des techniques demeurent couramment discutables, tout au plus hasardeux. Downloads.

FitVids.js A lightweight, easy-to-use jQuery plugin for fluid width video embeds.

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Download Files View Demo Convert a Menu to a Dropdown. Dynamic Page / Replacing Content. This article is an update to this old article, which had an ugly demo and a variety of techniques in it no longer probably considered good practices.

Dynamic Page / Replacing Content

This new demo is much cleaner, up to date, and fuller featured. Because the old article was a bit of a different scope, I'll leave it alone, just refer to this one. Update January 2013: There are better practices now, detailed here. Let's say you wanted to make a website where clicking buttons in the nav would dynamically load some content. Kind of like the organic tabs thing, only the content is loaded dynamically. CSS Sprites2 - It’s JavaScript Time. A sense of movement is often the differentiator between Flash-heavy web sites and standards-based sites.

CSS Sprites2 - It’s JavaScript Time

Flash interfaces have always seemed more alive—responding to the user’s interactions in a dynamic way that standards-based web sites haven’t been able to replicate. Lately that’s been changing, of course, with a resurgence in dynamic interface effects, helped along by JavaScript libraries that make it easy—libraries such as Prototype, Scriptaculous, Moo, YUI, MochiKit (and I could go on). It’s high time to revisit the CSS Sprites technique from four years ago, and see if we can’t interject a little bit of movement of our own.

The examples below demonstrate inline CSS Sprites2, the technique we’ll be covering in this article: Enter the jQuery#section1 We must note the non-trivial extra kilobytes that the library will add to your initial page loads. Menu vertical design. 20 Simple jQuery Tricks. jQuery has quickly made it’s way into nearly every web developer’s bag of tricks.

20 Simple jQuery Tricks

The simplicity with which jQuery allows us to handle complicated events and perform smooth animations makes it the perfect tool for both beginners and experienced developers to add professional flair to their sites. Here are 20 simple jQuery tricks to get you on your way to JavaScript bliss. The keyword here is “simple” so even if you’ve never used jQuery before, this is the perfect place to start! Beginner Tutorials Just to get you started off right, here are the beginner tutorials straight from jQuery.com. #1 – jQuery Rounded Corners A short post from “15 Days of jQuery” on using the wrap, prepend, and append functions to create a rounded corner effect.

Using jQuery for Background Image Animations. After reading Dave Shea's article on CSS Sprites using jQuery to produce animation effects, I felt like playing around with things to see what could be done but accomplish it with a simpler HTML structure (no need for adding superfluous tags) and simpler code, too.

Using jQuery for Background Image Animations

Changing the position of the background image felt to be the best approach to creating the type of effect we're looking for (and I'm not the first to think so: see the examples at the end of this article). jQuery is a great library for this type of task but out of the box, it can't animate background position properly because of the need to animate two values instead of just one (too bad not all browsers implemented the non-standard background-position-x and -y like Internet Explorer).

You'll have to use the Background-Position plugin that is linked in the demo (the original plugin is no longer available on the jQuery site). Previous versions didn't support negative or decimal values properly. The HTML The Basic CSS The Image.