Tag Archives: CSS3

There’s a definite cycle to web languages and technologies

I don’t think there’s a lot of industries with a rate of change like the web. The code you’re writing today and the language you’re using might not even be on your radar anymore a year from now. And every … Continue reading

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Create a sprite sheet walk cycle using using CSS animation

The CSS steps() function is something that I think is going to be really useful in the future when it’s supported in all the browsers. One thing I’m a big fan of is using CSS to move and redraw DOM … Continue reading

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Liven up a web page Apple style

One thing I really like about Apple’s website is the smaller effects they add to it. And despite the really misleading pictures of the new iMac (I wish it was a half an inch thin!), I really think the animated … Continue reading

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It’s pretty amazing what you can make with a bit of CSS3 and a couple of lines of JavaScript

One of the things that I love about being a front-end developer is that website effects that were sometimes more complicated and time consuming than they were worth can now be created with a few lines of code. When I … Continue reading

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Recreate the 3D slider effect from the Android home page

I think I’ve mentioned on here before that once in a while I’ll see an effect on a web page and I’ll become obsessed with how it was down. The latest thing to catch my attention is the 3D slide … Continue reading

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Working with CSS3 can be fun but it can also be amazingly frustrating

I recently decided to redesign my site and the main CSS3 effect I want to use works great in Webkit browsers but not so much in Firefox, at least not yet. I know you’re thinking, wait, what about Opera or … Continue reading

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Why I used the Flexible Box Model in my blog redesign

This week I redesigned my blog and I decided to used the CSS3 flexible box model to control the positioning of most of the elements. If you’ve taken a look at it, the flexible box model is a great addition … Continue reading

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Why I think Flash Developers get so defensive

A couple of days ago I came across this tweet by Keith Peters, who runs the great bit-101 blog. I think there are two reasons that some Flash developers reacted badly to him talking about JavaScript. First, Keith is well … Continue reading

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Sometimes it’s the simpler things (Or how jQuery has warped my brain)

I was reading an interview on .net magazine with Dan Cederholm, the creator of Dribbble among other things. Dan runs a studio called SimpleBits and after reading the interview, I went to his site to check it out. For some … Continue reading

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The CSS3 Flexible Box Module is going to make positioning a lot easier….when we can use it in all browsers

I’d say a majority of websites are center aligned now and it’s probably the way it’s going to be for as long as I can see, at least until we stop designing for the monitors and browsers we are now. … Continue reading

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