Yay, no prefixes in the CSS! They seem pretty adamant about it. I really hope it works out well and becomes the standard to you know… use the standards.
Posts Tagged ‘CSS’
Ah, isn’t it cool to see how far we’ve come? While there are still a fair amount of restrictions and browser compatibility, there are some cool things that can be done by combining some CSS with good ol’ jQuery.
Check this jQuery plugin out that allows a simple way to have curved text that’s actual text — and not a graphical representation of text. Love it — as long as it’s used sparingly and appropriately.
This site touts itself as the ultimate CSS tools for web designers. I’m not sure it’s the ultimate, but the gradient generator, border radius and box shadow tools are nice for some quick CSS code when you’re mocking up or building a site.
This is pretty impressive — what a modern browser and just a bit of CSS (lots of transforms and some animation), HTML and a single image can do.
I’m embarrassedly inept with some of this accessibility stuff. Interesting read.
Been meaning to post this for awhile.
This is an interesting idea — not sure I’m on board with adding an http request just to motivate change down the road. That being said, it’s a neat concept, and possibly a good motivator.
Interesting article on magic numbers in your cascading style sheets. I had no idea what magic numbers referred to, but know the concept well.
I’m really surprised I’ve never posted about this utility on Keefr.com, and even more surprised I haven’t used it on a project. Need to use this soon.
Man, I love web-based tools like this. Even the description is awesome:
A CSS redundancy analyzer that analyzes redundancy.