A simple set of templates for any project March, 2013: The files have been updated — this web site has not! Head over to GitHub for the very latest. Like a lot of developers, we start every HTML project with the same set of HTML and CSS files. We've been using these files for a long time and have progressively added bits and pieces to them as our own personal best practices have evolved. Now that modern browsers are starting to support some of the really useful parts of HTML5 and CSS3, it's time for our best practices to catch up, and we thought we'd put our files out there for everyone to use. By no means do we see this as the One True Way to start every project, but we think it's a good starting place that anyone can make their own.
Diamond grid layout with Sass Since I started my career on the web, I’ve been building websites that follow standard grid layouts. It got to a point where I was telling an intern at my company that developers think in rectangles. I mean, there’s nothing wrong with rectangular layouts. They’re like your mom’s Volvo, steady and reliable. But sometimes, it’s fun to try something different. Planning Migration - Joomla 1.5 to 3 Going from Joomla! 1.5 to 3.x is considered a migration or a major migration. This means that considerable changes in how Joomla works, tables, technology have occurred that require a migration instead of an upgrade or update.
SVG Tutorial - SVG Scalable Vector Graphics, SVG, is a W3C XML dialect to mark up graphics. It is partially implemented in Firefox, Opera, WebKit browsers, Internet Explorer and other browsers. This tutorial aims to explain the internals of SVG and is packed with technical details. CardView Grab it on github or check out the online demo. This is something I wanted to add to the SwipeView but while working on it I realized that they were two pretty different concepts and code bases. The purpose of the widget is to let you browse through a potentially limitless collection of items, a bit like a rolodex. It’s basically a carousel, but each new item is a “card” that slides over the previous one.