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I’m always interested in the development details of other products, particularly their styleguides and approach to CSS. Given my penchant for the otherwise inane CSS details, I decided to write a bit about GitHub’s CSS.
CSS is not an overly complex language. But even if you’ve been writing CSS for many years, you probably still come across new things — properties you’ve never used, values you’ve never considered, or specification details you never knew about.
In my research, I come across new little tidbits all the time, so I thought I’d share some of them in this post. Admittedly, not everything in this post will have a ton of immediate practical value, but maybe you can mentally file some of these away for later use.
With the 3rd version of the great Bootstrap out for about 4 and a half months now, people have had their time to play around with it, learn the changes, find new features, and build amazing things.
I love Twitter’s Bootstrap. I find that when developing with it, either Bootstrap 2 (2.3.2) or Bootstrap 3, that I always need to apply custom styles at the different sizes. Especially when going beyond Bootstrap’s standard functionality. After all, it’s just a front-end framework.
Below you’ll find nicely formatted Media Queries for starting with either of the Bootstrap versions. You can use this as a starting point for your projects. It’s basically what I use when creating a new website or webapp. I’ve also provided links to Github for quick access.
Welcome to the open-source Codepath Android Cliffnotes! Our goal is to become the central crowdsourced resource for complete and up-to-date Android content and tutorials. Just take me to the notes!
We have guides for everyone whether you are beginner, intermediate or advanced. Want to learn how to use the ActionBar or the ins and outs of fragments? We got that. Want to learn about testing or how to build flexible user interfaces for multiple devices? We got you covered. We don't waste time with the "theoretical approach" you might get from a book. We cover exactly the things we use every day as we are developing apps for contracts.
All windows users who connect to their Linux servers need not have an introduction about this great tool called PuTTY. But for those who are new, here is what PuTTY is : It is a SSH and telnet client, developed originally by Simon Tatham for the Windows platform. Click here to know more about putty. Here we shall see those 10 tips & tricks you were never known about PuTTY.
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.
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.
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Voici un petit tutoriel pour paramétrer correctement Kitty pour afficher les caractères spéciaux et résoudre les problèmes de clavier avec vi et d’autres applications. En bonus vous aurez en plus quelques astuces pratiques.
Lorsque l'on utilise des outils informatiques à longueur de journée, on apprend tous au fil du temps un tas de petits trucs et astuces nous permettant de gagner un temps considérable sans même nous en rendre compte.
Des raccourcis claviers, des astuces de manipulation qui ne font gagner que quelques secondes à chaque fois, mais qui mis bout-à-bout et répétés des milliers de fois vont rendre ton expérience beaucoup plus rapide, plus fluide, plus agréable.
Et même si ton entourage te considère comme un "crack" en informatique, je suis sûr qu'il y a des petites choses que tu ne connais pas.
La framboise314 est conçue pour fonctionner avec une carte SD. Pratique, léger et pas cher… Oui mais… comme toujours en informatique, il y a le côté obscur de la force ! La durée de vie des cartes SD est limitée entre 10 000 et 100 000 écritures ! Et votre OS ne travaille QUE sur cette carte. Même si les constructeurs ont intégré des mécanismes de répartition d’écriture pourquoi ne pas booter sur un disque dur externe ?
Here’s a quick guide for installing Moebius from a Windows machine, it’s basically like the previous one for Linux and OS-X but maybe windows users doesn’t deal with .tar.gz files and dd utilities so often.
Image gallery lightboxes have been around for many years. They generally provide a great user experience until you attempt to load an image which is larger than the viewport dimensions. Developers often forget this important check and you’re presented with a centered image which is difficult to remove. The problem can be exacerbated on mobile devices.
Until recently, image lightboxes would need to implement several equations to determine the viewport and image dimensions then size and center accordingly. Fortunately, we can now rely on CSS3 media queries and transforms to do the hard work for us.
Something Chris Coyier, Dave Rupert and I joked about recently was the idea of a stylesheet dedicated to housing your nasty, hacky, quick-fix CSS. I’ve been thinking a lot more about it lately and I reckon it’s actually a pretty good idea; here’s why…
The problem : We all know that, no matter how hard we may try, sometimes we do need to use quick fixes, hacks and questionable techniques in our code. It happens, whether we like to admit it or not.
Certaines spécifications CSS sont plus obscures que d'autres. Mais il est du devoir d'un intégrateur de les connaître pour être plus efficace dans son métier.
Qui n'a jamais pesté contre des éléments flottants qui ne se comportent pas comme espéré ?
Qui n'a pas été une fois au-moins dérouté par des marges verticales venues de nulle part ?
Ces comportements, comme d'autres, sont décrits et expliqués au sein d'une spécification concernant le “Visual Formatting Model”, qui décrit globalement le concept de flux d’affichage, de boîtes et de modes de rendu visuel.
Voyons comment déchiffrer cette ressource cruciale…