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CSS3 Flexbox Layout module

CSS3 Flexbox Layout module
Vous connaissez certainement le modèle de boîte classique en CSS et ses dispositions de type “block” ou “inline”, sachez que Flexbox CSS3 a été conçu pour étendre ce périmètre en introduisant un nouveau modèle de boîte distinct, que l’on appellera “le Modèle de boîte flexible”. En février 2016 est sorti mon livre entièrement dédié à Flexbox. Il se nomme "CSS3 Flexbox : plongez dans les CSS modernes" et je vous recommande bien évidemment sa lecture afin de comprendre tous les rouages de ce positionnement révolutionnaire, et d'en maîtriser tous les aspects. Au sein de ce schéma, on ne raisonne plus en “block” ou “inline”, ni même en float ou autres types de boîtes “classiques” CSS, mais en “Modèle de boîte flexible”, dont les quatre possibilités principales sont : Note : ce tutoriel a été initialement rédigé en octobre 2010. En action ! Flexbox (le modèle de boîte flexible) se fonde schématiquement sur une architecture de ce type : Démonstration display: flex Compatibilité Standardisation Related:  FLEXBOX

Text Opening Sequence with CSS Animations A simple and fun text opening sequence effect with blurry letters using CSS animations. View demo Download source Today I want to show you how to create a fun little typography effect with CSS animations and text shadows. Maybe you know those eerie opening sequences of movie trailers where some text is being faded in on a dark background. After seeing Introducting Briefs (which is not a terror movie trailer but a preview for an interesting app) I got inspired for recreating the effect using CSS. The idea is to blur text and make it appear with a rotation while animating the space between the letters. So, let’s do it. Please note: this is highly experimental and only works as intended in browsers that support the respective CSS properties. The idea is to have a couple of sentences fade in with the aforementioned effect, so we’ll want to wrap every appearing bit into an h2: Remember, this is just a experimental effect; let’s not be too strict with markup best practices :) And the last one?

Arrière-plans avec CSS3 Backgrounds CSS 3 rend possible l'affichage de plusieurs images en arrière-plan, dans un même élément en proposant de cumuler les valeurs au sein des propriétés background-image, background-position et background-repeat. Le résultat est similaire à des calques (ou strates) d'un logiciel graphique tel que Photoshop : l'image la plus proche de la propriété (la première énumérée) sera l'image de premier plan. Si une couleur de fond est déclarée, elle sera toujours reléguée au dernier plan. Syntaxe générale background-image: url("image1"), url("image2"); background-position: x y, x y; background-repeat: no-repeat; Les différentes valeurs doivent être ajustées en fonction du nombre d'images à charger et de leurs positions respectives. L'ordre de déclaration est important : dans l'exemple ci-après, la position left top s'applique uniquement à la première image et "right bottom" s'applique uniquement à la deuxième image. Démonstration Prise en charge

Solved by Flexbox — Cleaner, hack-free CSS All of the code samples on this site show how to solve a particular design problem with Flexbox. They show just the code that's needed to make the demos work in a spec-compliant browser. Some browsers do not fully comply with the latest version of the spec, so sadly, a few workarounds were necessary. Workarounds for non-compliant browsers are not shown in the code samples, but if you're curious about those implementation details, you can check out the source files. The vendor prefixing and translating of current flex properties to their legacy equivalents is all handled by autoprefixer. The class naming convention used in the code samples and source files is taken from SUIT CSS, which is based on BEM methodologies. If you find a mistake or would like to suggest an additional example, feel free to open an issue or submit a pull request on Github.

Une grille responsive avec CSS3 Flexbox et LESS (ou Sass) Ce tutoriel a pour but de présenter dans les détails une technique de conception de grille de mise en forme responsive à l’aide du positionnement CSS3 Flexbox Layout, actuellement parfaitement adapté à ce genre de fonctions en attendant une meilleure implémentation de Grid Layout. En février 2016 est sorti mon livre entièrement dédié à Flexbox. Il se nomme "CSS3 Flexbox : plongez dans les CSS modernes" et je vous recommande bien évidemment sa lecture afin de comprendre tous les rouages de ce positionnement révolutionnaire, et d'en maîtriser tous les aspects. Le concept de grille produite permettra de gérer les espaces inter-colonnes (gouttières), les décalages (“offsets”), les différentes tailles d’écran et d’être automatisable. Le tout en un minimum de code et un maximum de propreté HTML. Voir le résultat final en ligne Le fondement : Flexbox Layout Les bases de la grille .container-grid-4 { }.container-grid-4 > * { } Ébauche de grille en flexbox Gérer la gouttière Bonus : “à la Une”

CSS3 Repeating Gradients [CSS3 Tips] There are many CSS3 features that change the way we decorate a website, one of which is CSS3 Gradients. Prior to CSS3, we definitely need images to create the gradient effect; now we are able to deliver the same (and better) effects by only using CSS In our previous posts, we have discussed two types of gradients that can be achived with CSS3: This time we are going to look into their sibling: repeating gradients. Basic Repeating Repeating Gradients is essentially an extension. There is not much difference for the rest on the code, except for the color repetition. Although the image above only illustrates for repeating linear gradients, the basic idea also applies to radial gradients in which the colors will repeat infinitely, in this case, in any direction. View Demo In the next section, we will show you how we can make use of CSS3 Repeating Gradients in real examples. Example: Creating Patterns The most common implementation of Repeating Gradients is to create background patterns.

sergeche/emmet-sublime Flexy Boxes — CSS flexbox playground and code generation tool Flexbox browser support Three versions of the flexbox spec – each with different syntax – have been implemented in browsers. The two 2012 specs are roughly equivilant in terms of features, differing mainly in syntax. The earlier 2009 spec is less comprehensive though covers a lot of the same ground. Flexbox 2012 — W3C Candidate Recommendation, September 2012 Opera 12.1+, Firefox 22+. More browser support info available on caniuse.com. Known issues Flexbox early 2012 Flexbox early 2012 (Internet Explorer 10) align-content (equiv. flex-line-pack) doesn't work if the cross axis dimension is set with min-width or min-height Flexbox 2009 Box wrapping is not supported. box-lines is the property in this spec to achieve wrapping, though unfortunately no browser implemented it. Flexbox 2009 (Firefox) Firefox has a number of non-trivial issues with its 2009 implementation: The setting display: box is treated as display: inline-box if there is no width set. Further reading Code and design by @pete_b.

Flexbox Cheatsheet Cheatsheet While I am no stranger to the magic of Flexbox, I find that I am not using it very often just yet. As a result I end up pausing and referring back to this post at CSS-Tricks whenever an opportunity to utilize its powers presents itself. I set out to create a quick visual to summarize Flexbox when I run into these moments of pause in the future. I like to think of it as a little diagram (flow chart? Anyway, I thought I would share it just in case others may find such a resource beneficial as well. If you would prefer to have this guy as a PDF you can grab that here.

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