HTML5 - CSS3
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I was in Minnesota last week for An Event Apart Minneapolis . A great time was had by all. Not only were the locals living up to their reputation with Amy and Kasia demonstrating that Kristina isn’t an outlier in the super-nice, super-smart Minnesotan data sample, but the conference itself was top-notch too.
There are a couple of ways to create tooltips, but I decided that I wanted to try and create a very lightweight and good looking tooltip without using any images. Alright, time to get started. The HTML
I am very happy to see, CSS3 finally eliminates the use of Photoshop in terms of giving text shadows. I was just trying my hands on text shadows in CSS3 and thought of creating 3D text by giving multiple shadows and got something wonderful. Earlier Text Shadows were announced since the beginning of CSS2 however, the only browser that was supporting this functionality was Safari. If you talk about today’s condition, almost all the browsers except Internet Explorer are running Text Shadows successfully.
Tags are a familiar feature of many Web 2.0 services, websites and especially blogs. During this tutorial we’re going to use CSS3 to create ticket-like tags, without relying on any images. Here’s a quick breakdown of the process: Create the HTML markup.
Media queries are the third pillar in Ethan Marcotte’s implementation of responsive design . Without media queries, fluid layouts would struggle to adapt to the array of screen sizes on the hundreds of devices out there. Fluid layouts can appear cramped and unreadable on small mobile devices and too large and chunky on big widescreen displays. Media queries enable us to adapt typography to the size and resolution of the user’s device, making it a powerful tool for crafting the perfect reading experience. CSS3 media queries, which include the browser width variable , are supported by most modern Web browsers. Mobile and desktop browsers that lack support will present a subpar experience to the user unless we step up and take action.
Date: 15th Aug 2011 Author: admin 6 Comments Posted in: HTML/CSS , jQuery | Tags: css , dropdown , jQuery , menu , tabs Creating CSS3/jQuery crossbrowser Drop-down menu with tabs This is our seventh CSS3 menu. Today we will make dropdown menu with parental tabs (as first level).
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Fresh 10 HTML5 Canvas (and WebGL) examples Today I prepared new collection of interesting HTML5 examples. And today I included several demos of WebGL applications too.
Hi! I have a quicktip for ya. How about some really awesome press-able social media buttons using pure CSS3?
If you love grid-based design, this article is for you. We’ve scoured the web and compiled every great grid resource we could find. We’ve got all the best frameworks, grid builders, how-to guides and more. Commence browsing and bookmarking! Hate Grid Frameworks? Before we get started, I just want to say that I know full well that many of the people reading this are already bursting with anger about the evils of layout frameworks.
Nowadays, UX is a key factor when it comes about creating/designing a product or system. To keep users happy, developers struggle to create a good experience and a better interactivity. UX is a term used to describe the overall experience and satisfaction a user has when using a product or system. So, a good UX will always make users happy and businesses more successful. Notification messages are an important part of the user experience and you can’t afford to omit them.
Nous allons voir aujourd’hui comment créer un menu en CSS3 avec une petite animation. Bien évidemment vous devrez avoir un navigateur qui prend en compte les attributs du CSS3 sinon vous ne verrez pas les animations. Je vous laisse voir le rendu sur la démo ou bien télécharger les fichiers sources : Le principe de ce menu animé entièrement en CSS3 est très simple.
Recently I noticed that many web developers are still using HTML tables to layout their forms. Mainly it is because people stick with what they know, and have never taken the time to learn a better way. Once you learn to layout forms with standards compliant CSS it is actually quite easy! We will be using HTML5 and CSS3 to achieve great style and functionality without causing problems in less capable browsers. To be clear, this code will not look exactly the same in every browser.
This article was written in 2011 and remains one of our most popular posts. If you’re keen to learn more about CSS3, you may find this recent article on transform techniques of great interest. I have rose-tinted memories of CSS2.1. Rounded corners may have caused hours of Photoshopping grief, but it was simple. Most developers could recall the few dozen properties without referring to reference books every two minutes.