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Hitch.js Provides a Better Way to Write your CSS
Replace the Image in an with CSS
Working on a project the next couple weeks that’s responsive in nature, which as should be the rule going forward, rather than an exception.
Anyway, I’m building out a WordPress template, using the newest default WP theme (twenty twelve) as the underpinnings. Till this point, I’ve always used twenty ten as my starting point when not starting completely from scratch with my WordPress theme.
The twenty twelve theme is responsive, unlike its predecessor. While I’ve used pixel values and ems countless times in my CSS< this is the first time I've been introduced
The REM Checker
Nice little tutorial on using 2D CSS transforms to make more modern looking hover effects/transitions using CSS3. I’m a big fan of throwing transitions in just for a nice little touch. I’ve always got this little snippet ready to go for a little polish:
-moz-transition:all .5s ease;
-webkit-transition:all .5s ease;
transition:all .5s ease
Create Modern CSS3 Hover Effects
This one took me a little while to understand what the demo was really doing. It definitely is a nice little bit of polish and attention to details — making for a subtle, but nice effect in a slider gallery.
Funny enough, I like the little CSS-based gradient effect to make sure light text shows up on whatever background is utilized. I’ll actually utilize that a lot more than the tutorial as a whole.
Slider with Sliding Backgrounds