Colour and layout
Date: 30 December 2003 Author: Russ Weakley This article explains one method of achieving a successful liquid layout as well as providing basic definitions of liquid, fixed-width and em-driven layouts. Some definitions Liquid layout All containers on the page have their widths defined in percents – meaning that they are completely based on the viewport rather than the initial containing block . A liquid layout will move in and out when you resize your browser window.
4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel · 4096 Color Wheel show full list | hide full list Hover over the square to change saturation (left to right) and value (bottom to top) of the last hue. Use the keyboard to rotate hue: j rotates slowly counterclockwise, k rotates quickly clockwise, and l rotates slowly clockwise. Jump to a primary or secondary color: r ed, g reen, b lue, c yan, m agenta, or y ellow.
Tabs for interfaces The popularity of tabs, well-known from tabbed document interfaces (TDI), is rapidly growing, challenging the creativity of both developers and designers. The development of efficient and user-friendly interfaces is quite hard to deal with, and tabs can guarantee a quick access to information without need to open and close dozens of windows at the same time. Tabs-based interfaces allow multiple documents to be contained within a single window and tabs can be used to navigate between them. And exactly this idea is being used more frequently recently. However, it doesn’t have to be that complex.