It’s hard for me (or perhaps any web designer to say) but IE has certainly come a long way since IE6. There was once a time when uttering the words ‘Internet Explorer’ would send a chill down any developers spine. In recent years things have gotten better though, and pretty soon IE11 will be coming out. What should we expect? Is it actually a good browser?
Hey! Today I want to share with you jQuery flip book plugin that I’ve put together. Using 3D Transforms and a little jQuery you too can have a flip book image slider on your website!
Today I’d like to share with you a little jQuery plugin that creates an image slider that gives more information when clicked on. I’ve also included a bunch of built-in animations for the modal windows giving some pretty cool effects.
If responsive design was the first step in making the web accessible for mobile devices then gesture design is the next. Touch screens and gestures render a device more accessible, providing real mechanical input to improve the user experience. This is also true for web design on mobile devices.
Updates to CSS specifications trickle into the mainstream very slowly. Whether it be animations, transitions or the flex box, change eventually comes. One thing that isn’t changing however, are the units that we use. It seems like we’ve been stuck with the ems and pxs since the beginning of time now. So today, lets expand our unit vocabulary a little…
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Web design modules, more commonly just referred to as bootstraps are kits that give you a way to start a website quickly and efficiently. They come with all the basics that you need to get running. There are a variety of bootstraps out there so today we’re going to look at them all and go over when you should and shouldn’t use them.
It seems like CSS has hit the top of its game. Web designers can do just about anything with CSS nowadays. Well, almost anything. Today, I’m going to talk about something truly awesome (and new), and that is CSS Custom Filters. These allow us to morph and warp regular HTML elements into shapes that were impossible before.