Tagged: CSS

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Single Page Websites: Fad or future?

Have you recently stumbled upon a single page website? This trend is the buzzword at the moment and indicates a radical shift in the design world. For those who are still not aware about...

Create an HTML newsletter 0

Create an HTML newsletter

Daniel Bramhall explains how to better engage potential customers with your newsletters, and looks at why outdated solutions are still so often used these days This article first appeared in issue 236 of .net...

Essential HTML, CSS and JavaScript techniques 0

Essential HTML, CSS and JavaScript techniques

Darcy Clarke dives into the latest HTML, CSS and JS development techniques to assist your workflow This article first appeared in issue 234 of .net magazine – the world’s best-selling magazine for web designers...

Animated CSS effects with fallbacks 0

Animated CSS effects with fallbacks

New CSS3 modules enable cool effects, but what about browsers that don’t support them? Opera’s Chris Mills demonstrates a few examples – and styling alternatives via Modernizr This article first appeared in issue 232...

10 of the best polyfills 0

10 of the best polyfills

Shims that mimic standard HTML5 features and APIs, commonly referred to as polyfills, are becoming more and more common as developers strive to push the web forward. The Modernizr community maintains an exhaustive list...

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Zeldman leads Blue Beanie Day 2012

Standards champion encourages devs to further embrace standards on mobile Beanie. Blue. Zeldman. November. It must be Blue Beanie Day! Today is Blue Beanie Day 2012, enabling web designers and developers the world over to look...

CSS prefixes: it’s not that simple 0

CSS prefixes: it’s not that simple

Open web advocate David Storey on the problems surrounding CSS prefixes and what the future will bring Too many developers use vendor prefixes in a way that harms website compatibility. The problem is multifaceted,...

Brian Birtles on rethinking web animations 0

Brian Birtles on rethinking web animations

Mozilla’s Brian Birtles on the new web standards that will enable developers to synchronise animations with video and audio, and provide scheduling, seeking, reversing and other features Brian Birtles is currently working at Mozilla...