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How To Use CSS3 Media Queries To Create a Mobile Version of Your Website

How To Use CSS3 Media Queries To Create a Mobile Version of Your Website
Advertisement CSS3 continues to both excite and frustrate web designers and developers. We are excited about the possibilities that CSS3 brings, and the problems it will solve, but also frustrated by the lack of support in Internet Explorer 8. This article will demonstrate a technique that uses part of CSS3 that is also unsupported by Internet Explorer 8. However, it doesn’t matter as one of the most useful places for this module is somewhere that does have a lot of support — small devices such as the iPhone, and Android devices. In this article I’ll explain how, with a few CSS rules, you can create an iPhone version of your site using CSS3, that will work now. Media Queries If you have ever created a print stylesheet for a website then you will be familiar with the idea of creating a specific stylesheet to come into play under certain conditions – in the case of a print stylesheet when the page is printed. The Media Queries in CSS3 take this idea and extend it. Testing media queries

How to Create a Drop-down Nav Menu With HTML5, CSS3 and JQuery In this tutorial, we’ll take a look and see what we can achieve with HTML5 and CSS3 when it comes to the staple of current web sites: the humble drop-down navigation menu. We’ll also use jQuery to handle the effects and add the finishing touches for us. HTML5 brings to the spec a dedicated <nav> element that should be used as the container for any major navigation structure, such as the main vertical or horizontal site navigation menus, or an in-page table of contents for example. IE unfortunately doesn’t support this new element yet, but there is a simple fix we can use, of which I’m sure you’re all aware.

Perfect Full Page Background Image Learn Development at Frontend Masters This post was originally published on August 21, 2009 and is now updated as it has been entirely revised. Both original methods are removed and now replaced by four new methods. Un e-mail en HTML responsive multi-clients L'e-mail (ou newsletter) reste encore aujourd’hui un moyen efficace de transmettre des informations à ses utilisateurs ou clients. En mode texte, aucun problème, c'est un standard interprété sans difficulté. En mode HTML c'est un art ô combien délicat en partie dû au nombre de clients lecteurs d'e-mail sur le marché qui ont des comportements bien différents (encore plus désormais que les navigateurs classiques).

How to Create Rounded Corners for Your Box Borders in CSS How to Use Border-Radius to Create Rounded or Curved Corners by Christopher Heng, If you were to create a rectangular box outline around the content on your web page using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the default is that your box borders will have pointed right-angled corners. Responsive Webdesign – présent et futur de l’adaptation mobile Après plusieurs mois de recherche sur le sujet, j'ai enfin publié mon article sur Smashing Magazine qui s'intitule "The State Of Responsive Web Design". Ce qui suit en est la traduction. Avertissement avant la lecture : Je n'ai pas la prétention de changer le monde, d'avoir la vérité absolue. Dans cet article – qui est long, je le sais – je souhaitais juste rendre attentif le lecteur au reste de ce gigantesque iceberg dont les Media Queries n'en sont que la surface. Le responsive webdesign reste une technique et une infime partie de ce qui est aujourd'hui appelé "Adaptive Webdesign".

How to Design a Two Column Layout for Your Website Using CSS 2 Columns Using Float, with Optional Header and Footer by Christopher Heng, There are many ways to create a two column layout using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This article takes you through the steps of using one method. The code given here will also allow you to add an optional header and footer that spans both columns to your pages should you wish. Prerequisites

How to create Tabs with CSS and jQuery from scratch Another feature that is often added to Web 2.0 sites is tabbed content. I'm not talking about tabbed navigation. Tabbed content is when different chunks of HTML are shown depending on what tab is clicked. If you don't know about jQuery yet, let me have the pleasure to introduce you to it. It's a very easy-to-use JavaScript library that offers easy DOM manipulation, effects and a ton more. 4 methods of adding CSS to HTML: link, embed, inline and import by Matthew James Taylor on 18 February 2009 There is more than one way to add a Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) to your HTML document. In this short tutorial I will explain the strengths and weaknesses of the four main methods. Linking to a separate CSS file

CSS3 Gradient Buttons Last week I talked about Cross-Browser CSS Gradient. Today I'm going to show you how to put the CSS gradient feature in a good practical use. Check out my demo to see a set of gradient buttons that I have created with just CSS (no image or Javascript).