Ink is a set of tools for quick development of web interfaces.
It offers a fluid and responsive grid, common interface elements, interactive components, a design-first approach with ease of use and simplicity at its core. Start integrating Ink in your projects and remove the hassle of building the basics, staying free to focus on what's important.
If I were to describe Font Awesome in a word, I think it would be...awesome. The icon font library is massively helpful in using quality vector glyphs instead of separate images. I tend to use a lot of icons within links, as they help users to more quickly visually identify navigation. One side effect of using icons within links is that the icons themselves now use the text-decoration of the link. I really don't want icons underlined like the link -- it looks tacky. Here's how I remove them!
I’m not the pioneer of this method (yet I have dared to name it Absolute Centering), and it may even be a common technique, however, most vertical centering articles never mention it and I had never seen it until I dug through the comments section of a particular article.
There, Simon linked to this jsFiddle that blew every other method out of the water (the same method was also mentioned by Priit in the comments). Researching further, I had to use very specific keywords to find some other sources for this method.
Having never used this technique before, I put it to the test and discovered how incredible Absolute Centering really is.
In working on large, long running projects with dozens of developers, it is important that we all work in a unified way in order to, among other things:
- Keep stylesheets maintainable
- Keep code transparent and readable
- Keep stylesheets scalable
There are a variety of techniques we must employ in order to satisfy these goals.
The first part of this document will deal with syntax, formatting and CSS anatomy, the second part will deal with approach, mindframe and attitude toward writing and architecting CSS. Exciting, huh?
Here’s something interesting that you may not have realized about CSS3 transitions. Normally, you’ll see a transition declared something like this: ...
Welcome to my CSS3 layout workshop
Hello, and welcome. In this index file, I have provided links to all my final examples, so you can access them more easily, especially from mobile devices.
Page layout for tomorrow.
Set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages.
All without any .grid_x classes in your markup. Oh, and did we mention it's responsive?
Runs on LESS, SCSS, or Stylus.
We have a great surprise for Designmodo fans – our first free HTML user interface kit.
Flat UI Free is made on the basis of Twitter Bootstrap in a stunning flat-style, and the kit also includes a PSD version for designers.
We have considered your needs in developing the html version of our UI Kit, which contains the same elements as the PSD version and are perfect for creating great websites. With this UI Kit, you can spend even less time on routine work, saving that time for creativity.
Flat UI Free contains many basic and complex components which are great for designers to have at hand: buttons, inputs, button groups, selects, checkboxes and radio-buttons, tags, menus, progress bars and sliders, navigation elements and more.
- easy setup
- based on ACE Editor
- supports multiple instances on one page
- configuration via JS object or HTML attributes
Assemble HTML and style CSS visually
Quickly create rich layouts with a clear DOM tree-editor and dozens of ready-to-use snippets.
Inspect and edit all CSS rules visually, producing clean, standard CSS3.
Enjoy simplified input for complex values such as colors, gradients and 2D transformations.
animate.css is a bunch of cool, fun, and cross-browser animations for you to use in your projects. Great for emphasis, home pages, sliders, and general just-add-water-awesomeness.
I've found myself in love with CSS content and attr; I've recently written about how you can use the property and expression on a basic level, how you can implement CSS counters, and use for the sake of localization. I wanted to share a few tooltip-style uses of the attr expression and content property.
Building for the web can be like building on quicksand. Browsers have tended to do mostly the same thing, but have occasional, maddeningly unpredictable differences. For example, browsers all come with “user agent stylesheets” — a default set of CSS styles, so that a heading looks like a heading etc., even before you style the page1. Of course, every browser engine uses a slightly different set of defaults.
CSS is becoming more and more powerful but in the sense that it allows us to do the little things easily. There have been larger features added like transitions, ...
Great Instant Documentation Search for webdeveloppers
With so many new trends advancing every year it can be difficult keeping up with the industry. Website designers and frontend developers have been deeply ingrained into the newer CSS3 properties, determining the ultimate browser support and quirky hacks. But there are also brilliant CSS2 code snippets which have been unrequited in comparison.
The modals are designed using responsive web design methods. They work on all screen sizes from a small mobile phone up to high resolution screens.
A ses débuts, Internet s’est répandu dans les foyers grâce aux ordinateurs fixes. Afficher un site sur un écran de pc était alors une entreprise facile : cela revenait à faire entrer une girafe dans un bus londonien. Les sites étaient conçus pour apparaître sur ce format d’écran.
Mais Internet s’invite maintenant dans la rue et devient mobile : netbooks, tablettes, smartphones… Les supports se multiplient, et sans la moindre norme. A chaque marque, chaque modèle, chaque support, correspondent des tailles d’écran et des formats spécifiques. On en arrive au final à ça : il existe actuellement plus de 4500 résolutions d’écran différentes sur le marché !
Or, si afficher un site web sur un écran 19 pouces est aisé, afficher le même site sur un écran 3,5 pouces représente un challenge de taille : c’est vouloir faire entrer une girafe dans une Twingo.
Les développeurs ont donc imaginé des techniques de sioux pour répondre à ce challenge.
Online CSS Editor - Style your website the way you like
The power of styling is now in your hands. bluePen can be easily installed even on a dynamic website.
The problem with most CSS3 based breadcrumbs is that they use border based triangles for the arrows which is awful.
This tutorial also uses CSS Counters to number the breadcrumb links. The first breadcrumb displays the use of gradients for the links whereas the second demo uses flat colors along with transitioned hover effects for the navigation.