It’s our job, as designers and developers, to pick apart even the seemingly most simple tasks to find ways to improve them. When Ethan Marcotte coined “responsive web design,” he said that a responsive website is made up of three things: a flexible grid, flexible images and media, and media queries. In doing so, he opened up a world of new and exciting things to obsess over. I chose flexible images. Issue № 343 Responsive Images: How they Almost Worked and What We Need
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Cuepoint.js. A plugin for HTML5 video cuepoints and subtitles
How Often Do You Try New Things? Web design in complicated and requires a lot of time and knowledge — and patience. It's no longer just embedded text background images and slices; it's interactivity and dynamic content, it's HTML5 and mobile development, it's JSON objects and Local Storage. No, I’m not talking about trying base jumping, I’m talking about how often you try new things in web design.
How To Change A Page’s Background As The User Scrolls | Web development blog, news and reviews - Developer Drive jQuery is great for adding enhancing effects that would otherwise be impossible with just HTML and CSS. In this tutorial we’re going to use jQuery and two plugins to gradually change a website’s background as the user scrolls the page. We’ll be using the Color Animation and Waypoints plugins. The Color Animation plugin adds animations to the color properties of elements. jQuery already includes an animate function, this plugin simply extends it.