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Using CSS 2.1 pseudo-elements to provide up to 3 background canvases, 2 fixed-size presentational images, and multiple complex borders for a single HTML element. This method of progressive enhancement works for all browsers that support CSS 2.1 pseudo-elements and their positioning. No CSS3 support required. Support : Firefox 3.5+, Safari 4+, Chrome 4+, Opera 10+, IE8+. How does it work?
No images were harmed in the making of this page. All elements below are built on pure CSS3 magic (and a bit of JS for the progress bars), no images have been used. This page is visible only on Chrome , Safari , Android and iPhone/iPod touch . Let's start with something simple: just one gradient, border-radius, text-shadow and box-shadow. Grey Box view code Black Button view code
css is growing every year with new a creative ways to code your website, with css3 it give you great ways to make creative buttons, shadows, gradients , and a lot more things. Here is 29 Useful Things you can do with CSS3. Take the time to check some of them and start learning some css. Thank you for reading and enjoy. Drop Shadows In css3 robertnyman.com
This article is pretty old now and may or may not be accurate, please get in contact if you are looking for some help with your Drupal media queries Media queries are getting more and more popular in web design to allow your web site to change depending on the screen resolution, or screen orientation. It is very simple to add media queries to your Drupal theme.
Many sites have a really cool hidden panel which contains some relevant information and this panel is revealed to us, with a cool animation, when we click on a particular button or hover over it. This has usually been achieved using jQuery. But now as we advent towards the future and CSS3 is becoming a reality, here is a tutorial on how to build an animated slide out panel using only CSS3.
Over the last years we’ve got a pretty good understanding of what CSS does, how it works and how we can use it for our layouts, typography and visual presentation of the content. However, there are still some attributes that are not so well-known; also, CSS3 offers us new possibilities and tools that need to be understood, learned and then applied in the right context to the right effect. In this round-up we present fresh useful articles about less-known CSS 2.1 and CSS3 properties as well as an overview of recently published CSS techniques, tools and tips for designers and web-developers. Please stay tuned: next week we will present the second part of this article, featuring fresh CSS3 techniques, tools and resources. Learn About Obscure CSS Properties The Little Known font-size-adjust Property Ever wanted to use fallback fonts on your CSS with different aspect ratios without them looking huge (or tiny)?