The Perfect Fanpage Profile Picture (+ FREE PSD) - WP4FB [message_box type="note" icon="yes" close="Hide"]When this post was post was published, WP4FB was only a simple WordPress theme that is not comparable to the current WP4FB WordPress plugin. The current plugin is a completely new product with many new features. Therefore, this post may be outdated. In this post I want to give away some tips on how to make the perfect fan page profile picture, as well as a FREE profile picture which you can use however you like, so keep on reading! Make use of the size The maximum size of a profile picture is 180 x 540 pixels. However, when you’re using multiple tabs (which appear under the profile picture) you should make sure the page navigation appears above the fold (thus make your profile picture slightly smaller than 540px). Include core benefits As mentioned, the profile picture is the first thing users will see when they visit your fan page. Create a striking thumbnail Include social proof Liking a fan page on Facebook is a social interaction.
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FFFFALLBACK - A simple tool for bulletproof web typography. addyosmani/backbone-fundamentals - GitHub CSS3 Lightbox Today we want to show you how to create a neat lightbox effect using only CSS. The idea is to have some thumbnails that are clickable, and once clicked, the respective large image is shown. Using CSS transitions and animations, we can make the large image appear in a fancy way. View demo Download source With the help of the pseudo-class :target, we will be able to show the lightbox images and navigate through them. The beautiful images are by Joanna Kustra and they are licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported Creative Commons License. Please note that this will only work with browsers that support the :target pseudo class. Let’s do it! The Markup We want to show a set of thumbnails, each one having a title that will appear on hover. The anchor for the thumbnail will point to the element with the id image-1 which is the division with the class lb-overlay. Note that we only use a navigation in the last demo. Let’s beautify this naked markup. The CSS And that’s all the style! Demos
Mega Web Buttons Pack #1 Today we want to share our first set of easy-to-implement buttons called ‘Mega Web Buttons Pack’. In this set you will find 42 buttons which you can use easily on your website. We are using the WooFunction icon set released under the GNU General Public License. View demoDownload source Today we want to share our first set of easy-to-implement buttons called ‘Mega Web Buttons Pack’. Our first step is to add the following line of jQuery: This means that we will create a new ‘span’ element which is the holder for the button icon. If, for example, you want to add the ‘Chart’ button you need to add markup to your website: or the ‘Search’ button: In the CSS you can change the looks by, for example, changing the background color: and markup will be: etc. :) We hope you like our experiment.
CSSDeck Fullscreen Background Image Slideshow with CSS3 Happy new year, everybody! Today we will create a CSS-only fullscreen background image slideshow. We'll create different image transitions and also make a title appear using CSS animations. View demo Download source Happy new year, everybody! The images are by Mark Sebastian and they are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic License. Note that this will only work in browsers supporting CSS animations. This tutorial is a part of our latest CSS3 experiments; you can find more of those here: The Markup We’ll use an unordered list for the slideshow and we’ll add a span for each image and a division with a heading: <ul class="cb-slideshow"><li><span>Image 01</span><div><h3>re·lax·a·tion</h3></div></li><li></li><li></li></ul> The spans are going to be the elements that will have the background images of the slideshow. The CSS Let’s style the unordered list first. The animation for each span will last 36 seconds and run an inifinite number of times. Demos
CSS drop-shadows without images Drop-shadows are easy enough to create using pseudo-elements. It’s a nice and robust way to progressively enhance a design. This post is a summary of the technique and some of the possible appearances. Demo: CSS drop-shadows without images Known support: Firefox 3.5+, Chrome 5+, Safari 5+, Opera 10.6+, IE 9+ I’ll be looking mainly at a few details involved in making this effect more robust. After a bit of back-and-forth on Twitter with Simurai, and proposing a couple of additions to Divya’s and Matt’s demos using jsbin, I felt like documenting and explaining the parts that make up this technique. The basic technique There is no need for extra markup, the effect can be applied to a single element. The pseudo-elements need to be positioned and given explicit or implicit dimensions. The next step is to add a CSS3 box-shadow and apply CSS3 transforms. One of the pseudo-elements then needs to be positioned on the other side of the element and rotated in the opposite direction.
The Top 8 Placeholder Services for Web Designers In the last year, there's been a wave of helpful placeholder services. What's a placeholder? Well, when you're working on a new website, isn't it a waste of time to use stock images, cropped to the right dimensions? A placeholder service allows you to automatically use a random image at the desired dimensions with minimal effort. In the last week, I've compiled a list - in no particular order - of what I consider to be the most useful and flexible placeholder services on the web. Certainly, for most of you, you'll end up picking one or two of the following to use in your own projects. 1 - PlaceKitten A quick and simple service for getting pictures of kittens for use as placeholders in your designs or code. Usage Follow the placekitten.com url with your desired dimensions. 2 - Placehold.it A quick and simple image placeholder service. Note that, with this service, you set your dimensions more traditionally, rather than separating the widths and heights into segments. 3 - SheenHolders Conclusion