By aggregating the top web designs on the web, a gallery serves as a prime spot for getting those creative juices flowing. In this article you’ll find 16 of the best and most popular web design galleries ranked in order by the number of votes they garnered on a poll that was published earlier this month. On instances where there was a tie, the site with the higher Alexa rank received a higher ranking. 16. Web Creme Nearing almost 4 years of operation, Web Creme is one of the more matured website showcases on the web. FAVEUP is a design inspiration gallery that has a CSS Websites, Flash Websites, Business Cards, and Logo section. Created and administered by New-media designer John Mills, CSSREMIX is a thumbnail-style web design gallery featuring some of the best designs on the web. 13.
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Webmonkey - The Web Developer's Resource Web fonts with @font-face. Home / CSS3 Previews / Web fonts with @font-face Not exactly a feature which is new to CSS3, @font-face was first proposed for CSS2 and has been implemented in Internet Explorer since version 5!
However, their implementation relied on the proprietary Embedded Open Type (.eot) format, and no other browsers decided to use this format. With the release of Safari 3.1, however, website makers can use any licensed TrueType (.ttf) or OpenType (.otf) font in their pages. To use web fonts, each form of the font family must be declared using the @font-face rule; for example, to use both regular and italic forms of Jos Buivenga’s Delicious font, you would put the following in your stylesheet: Then call it using font-family: Users of Safari 3.1 will see this text rendered with the Delicious font, with this part in Delicious Bold. For anyone not viewing in Safari 3.1 – or who doesn’t already have the font installed – here’s a reference image: