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Magic of CSS — Adam Schwartz

Magic of CSS — Adam Schwartz

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untitled Table of Contents Usage Using Hamburgers for your site is easy (well, that was my intention anyway). Best Practices for Designing a Pragmatic RESTful API Your data model has started to stabilize and you're in a position to create a public API for your web app. You realize it's hard to make significant changes to your API once it's released and want to get as much right as possible up front. Now, the internet has no shortage on opinions on API design. But, since there's no one widely adopted standard that works in all cases, you're left with a bunch of choices: What formats should you accept? How should you authenticate? What You May Not Know About the Z-Index Property The z-index property in CSS seems simple enough, but there's a lot to discover beneath the surface if you really want to understand how it works. In this tutorial we'll clarify the inner workings of z-index, by looking at stacking contexts and a few practical examples. CSS provides three different positioning schemes for the layout of boxes: normal document flowfloatsabsolute positioning The last completely removes an element from the normal flow and relies on the developer to tell the element where to display. You give it top, left, bottom, and right values to position the element in two-dimensional space, but CSS also allows you to place it in the third dimension using the z-index property.

Responsive Autorun Slideshow Date : 12th January 2015 For all the latest browsers, Android and iOS Information HTML5 Pre/Code Syntax Highlighting with JavaScript Performing a quick search in Google will yield a number of helpful JavaScript libraries for styling source code. Blogs and websites focused on frontend and backend development will frequently need to publish articles which use direct source code in the page. Basic monospaced fonts are not always enough, and with dynamic syntax highlighting it is much easier to implement this functionality than ever before. In this tutorial I want to focus on using JavaScript to style your various code snippets. How to Make Magic, Animated Tooltips With CSS Tooltips are a great way to enhance a UI when your users need some extra context for that fancy icon, or when they want some reassurance for clicking a button, or maybe an Easter Egg caption to go along with an image. Let’s make some animated tooltips, right now, with nothing but HTML and CSS. Here’s what we’re working towards: Before we get immersed in the cauldron, let’s take a peek at what we’re actually brewing. The main goal is to have a simple way to add a tooltip, so we’ll do that by adding a custom tooltip attribute: If you are looking for 508-compliant tooltips, or need smarter tooltips with container collision detection and/or support for HTML content vs. plain text, there are plenty of solutions that use third-party scripts to solve those needs for you.

Material Design Color Palette Generator - Material Palette material palette More Material Design chevron_right Palette preview Full Palette colors below Your Palette CSS SASS LESS SVG XML PNG POLYMER DOWNLOAD TWEET The 10 Commandments of Good Form Design on the Web – Mono 1. Thou shalt provide clear, always visible labels for each field There is a trend in web design to show form labels only when a field is focussed. This can be cool on a simple form like a username/password form, but for anything longer it is probably a bad idea. Introducing CSS Scroll Snap Points By Sarah Drasner On Before this new CSS I'm about to introduce existed, locking an element into the viewport on scroll required rigging up some JavaScript. As you may know, JavaScript has a well-earned reputation to be tricky when paired with scrolling behavior. The new CSS Scroll Snap Points spec promises to help, allowing for this kind of behavior using very few lines of CSS.

An Ultimate Guide To CSS Pseudo-Classes And Pseudo-Elements Hola a todos! (Hello, everyone!) In my early days of web design, I had to learn things the hard way: trial and error. 5 Web Design Trends To Keep An Eye On In 2013 ? Rafal Tomal The year 2012 was definitely a great year for web design. We saw several new trends that have significantly changed how the web looks today. We saw the rise of responsive design, more beautiful typography and various implementations of animations and effects using CSS3 / HTML5 / JavaScript. In this article, I’m going to focus more on visual design trends that I think are going to rule in 2013. 1.