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Exploiter n'importe quelle police dans vos pages HTML avec FLIR

Exploiter n'importe quelle police dans vos pages HTML avec FLIR
FLIR est une solution axée sur une combinaison PHP/Javascript. Elle génère dynamiquement une image à partir d'un texte contenu dans votre page web dans une police de caractère déposée sur votre serveur et qui, autrement, ne pourrait pas être vue par vos visiteurs. L'image générée sera automatiquement insérée dans votre page à l'aide de Javascript et visible sur tous les navigateurs modernes. N'importe quel élément contenant du texte peut être remplacé depuis les headers (<h1>, <h2>, etc...) jusqu'aux éléments <span>. Avant de vous jeter les yeux fermés dans l'éxecution de ce tutoriel, sachez que désormais CSS offre la possibilité - beaucoup plus souple et accessible - d'inclure une police "exotique" dans une page web grâce à la propriété @font-face. Et voilà ce que vous devriez obtenir : Etape 1 - Mise en place de Facelift Avant toute chose, téléchargez Facelift v1.2 (dernière version stable) sur ,path: '' ,path: 'facelift/' Etape 3 - Styler :) Related:  HTML5 & CSS3

Osez HTML5 et CSS3 ! Un site perso en fil rouge Pour étayer cet article, nous allons nous servir d'un fil rouge : mon site personnel dont l'intégration a été réalisée en plusieurs étapes, et destiné à servir de passerelle entre mes différentes activités. Puisqu'il s'agit d'un site sans grande portée médiatique ni contraintes, j'ai pu en profiter pour tester HTML5 et moult règles CSS2 et CSS3 (border-radius, rgba, inline-block, transitions, rotations, @font-face, text-shadow, opacity, :before/:after et autres joyeusetés...). Voyons en détails le cheminement et les écueils de cette intégration... Les Grands Anciens Rappel historique Avant de nous lancer dans le vif du sujet, rappelons certains points essentiels. Fort heureusement, cela n'empêche pas les navigateurs récents de se lancer dans l'aventure en proposant des implémentations de propriétés considérées comme "sûres". A l'heure actuelle, quasiment tous les navigateurs modernes reconnaissent les propriétés CSS3 ou HTML5 employées dans cet article.

15 Useful CSS3 and HTML5 Templates and Frameworks - Speckyboy De CSS3 and HTML5 are two of the coolest things to come along within web design for a very very a long long time. Whats not to love? And the best thing of all? The major browsers are now catching up and giving support. Below you will find a collection of visually basic templates, but with all of them fully packed and enriched with CSS3 and HTML5 goodness. HTML5 Basic Template Pack This template has been heavily inspired by the Smashing Magazine HTML 5 template tutorial, however the (CSS & Design) has been modified in several ways. RamblingSoul 19 CSS3 Template Cherry Blossoms HTML5 & CSS3 Ampersand HTML5 You can choose from either the two column or three versions of this HTML5 template. Backwards Compatible, One Page Portfolio (Template and Tutorial) Nearly Circular CSS3 The template displays a taster of what is to come from the CSS3 spec, mostly the lovely rounded corners and @font-face. ZooCroo HTML5 & CSS3 Flower Blog HTML5 and CSS3 Template and Tutorial Rockit HTML5 & CSS3 Cardeo Three CSS3

50 Helpful Typography Tools And Resources - Smashing Magazine Advertisement We love beautiful typography, and we appreciate the efforts of designers who come up with great typographic techniques and tools or who just share their knowledge with fellow designers. We are always looking for such resources. We compile them, carefully select the best ones and then prepare them for our round-ups. To help you improve the typography in your designs, we’re presenting here useful new articles, tools and resources related to typography. You may be interested in the following related posts: Typography: References and Useful Resources The Taxonomy of TypeThis article’s purpose is to help us as designers to distinguish basic properties of types. Typedia: A Shared Encyclopedia of TypefacesTypedia is a resource to classify, categorize, and connect typefaces. Typeface Anatomy and GlossaryMany fonts have abbreviations in their names. Typographic Marks UnknownThere are many typographic marks which are familiar to most, but understood by few. Finding The Right Type

960 Grid System Design Spartan : actu, inspiration, tutoriels et ressources sur Après un premier article présentant 10 astuces à connaître pour éviter de s’arracher les cheveux sur du CSS, voici la suite toujours aussi utile ! A première vue, le CSS est un langage, voire un « format », facile et rapidement assimilable. Seulement, il y a de nombreuses subtilités à connaître avant de maîtriser entièrement le duo xHTML/CSS. Je vais délivrer certaines connaissances, astuces ou autres trucs pouvant vous éviter de perdre des heures de recherches. Comme vous le verrez, certaines astuces sont assez avancées et peu communes, pourtant certaines sont incroyablement utiles ! 1. Longtemps peu utilisé, notamment à cause d’Internet Explorer qui le gérait très mal, cette propriété permet de gérer la superposition d’éléments en définissant un ordre. Exemple rapide rien que pour vous : <div id= »test1″>…</div> <div id= »test2″>…</div> <div id= »test3″>…</div> Le CSS avec test1 tout en haut, test2 tout en bas et test3 au milieu de l’axe Z (superposition). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mastering Typography in Web Design with Inspirations &amp; Tools Typography is one of the most difficult trends to tackle which is why it will remain fresh in 2010. With all the cries for usability, web designers are afraid of using new and different fonts. We realize that nowadays, knowledge in typography can be applied into various forms in almost all of media fields, including graphic design and the publishing world. To apply typography effectively in a media, we need to understand how it was developed and how people around made it possible. In the past, websites used a wide variety of fonts or images for headers. Most Common Web Typography Mistakes The abundant resources today allow us to use various fonts to enhance our websites. Image credit: Lee | Quoteskine There are a huge number of fonts available on the web, but that doesn’t mean all of them are suitable to be applied to a certain design. Choice of Font Type Will Affect First Impression to Visitors The first impression you want your visitors to have when they view it is so crucial. Webstock

Top 50 Web Graphics, Admin Skins and Scripts to Accelerate Development As the Beatles so elegantly wrote, we could all use a little help from our friends to get by. And when it comes to design and development who couldn't use a friend to speed things up? Thanks to our sister sites ThemeForest, GraphicRiver and CodeCanyon, there are plenty of web graphics, admin skins and scripts to drop in to your work. 1. Complete Liquid Admin Control Panel Complex Liquid Admin template contains a login page as well as a modular content page that includes all the elements you could possibly need in your admin. Flexy Advanced and easy to use administration theme which comes in 7 different colour variations. Admintasia Admintasia is a complete backend administration user interface that has the flexibility to house any kind of application. Simpla Admin Simpla Admin is a professional template with a beautiful and user friendly interface. Profi Admin Profi Admin is a clean and simple style template but it’s complexity and expandability goes beyond expectations. Boxie Admin 2. 3.

50+ CSS Techniques Designers Should Know 118 Flares Twitter 9 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 109 Pin It Share 0 118 Flares × CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is just an important part of Web Designing. Without CSS, Websites can look untidy as it used to happen before. Designers can alter images, graphics, shading, spacing and other design elements. It can provide the designers with number of new styles to design a website. It can make the user to have complete control over the appearance of the website. Navigation Matrix Reloaded Advance CSS Menus Block Hover Effect for a List of Links Cross Browser CSS SlideShow Hoverbox Image Gallery CSS Tabs Make Clickable Areas Bigger CSS-Based Forms: Techniques CSS Based Image Maps Sliding Photograph Galleries CSS For Bar Graphs Control Tabs Some styles for your Pagination No JavaScript LightBox Using CSS Drop shadow on an image CSS Shadows Styling blockquotes with CSS Glowing Tabs Menu Image Replacement for Buttons Cross Browser Multi-Page Photograph Gallery Footer Stick CSS Star Rating Part Redux CSS Map Pop

50 Stunning Typography Wallpapers For Inspiration Mar 25 2010 By János Rácz Typography is said to be the backbone of web design, but it’s also considered art all by itself. To fully embrace its beauty we brought you some amazing wallpapers from the web about design, ideas, emotions, typefaces and typography itself. Typography love I love Typography by Chatan Vekariya Designers love Typography by tom2strobl I LOVE TYPO by dzn-citizen Typography I LOVE U by askdzigner A bit too much typography Tired Of Typo Wallpaper by BK1LL3R blah blah blah in black by lurino Helvetica wallpapers Helvetica, how I love thee by lauardelean Helvetica Wallpaper by Antonio Carusone Helvetica with Love by allonlim Helvetica Wallpaper by HawlendRion Wallpapers centered around a concept 115 words of LIFE by januscastrence .Words of love. wallpaper pack by streamline69 Typography Design by PEACE wallpaper by punkdbydaniels Typography with a message Save the Earth. I love Typography by Mo Lara Knights of Cydonia by ka-ge Typography Wallpaper by McFaiild I know you by 0leke Homepage

How to Create an Infinite Scrolling Web Gallery When working my way through a web gallery, I find it annoying when I must change pages; so in today's tutorial, we will learn how to create an auto-generating, one-page, infinite scrolling gallery with PHP and AJAX. Let's get started! Step 1: Project Outline We'll begin with a normal gallery page that has a container for our images, and we'll monitor the scroll position by calling a JavaScript function at a quick interval. Each time the scroll bar is near the bottom, we'll make an AJAX request to an external PHP file, which returns a list of image names. Now, all we'll need to do is add these images to our container, thus modifying the page height moving the scroll position higher. Step 2: HTML Markup We'll work with a very basic setup: a header and the container for our images. Step 3: CSS The CSS is also quite basic. Step 4 Then, for the container and images, I used a bit of CSS3 to add round corners and shadows. Step 5: PHP Script This is going to be very short. Step 6 Step 7 Step 9 Step 10

350+ Amazing CSS3 Resources – All You’ll Ever Need to Become a C Knowledge of CSS3 is fast becoming a crucial element of any web designer/developer’s skillset, which means that it’s an excellent time to start learning, if you haven’t already! A solid knowledge of CSS3 has a large market value and will take you a long way towards success, giving you an image of competence and authority. Thankfully, there’s a huge amount of terrific tutorials and resources available – if you can find them. Here you’ll find an amazing ‘ultimate’ toolbox of over 350 of the best tuts and tips out there. Get ready to be amazed! 30 Essential CSS Resources This neat collection was posted on the Carsonified blog back in July – but if you are just digging into CSS3 it’s still a great collection of resources to get started with. CSS3 Exciting Functions and Features: 30+ Useful Tutorials Noupe is one of my favorite blogs, and this collection of tutorials certainly measures up to the quality of the rest of the blog. CSS3 Examples and Best Practices 47 Amazing CSS Transitions Demos