One of the best apps made using CSS3, that’s for sure. A few more options would be nice, such as changing colours of the circles and being able to place them manually.
It is light (1kb), flexible, browser-friendly and easy to use! ez-css is a different kind of CSS framework. Authors are not bound to a “grid”. Plus, columns and gutters can be of any width.
I love Mac apps, especially for their attention to detail. CoreAnimation makes it so easy to create useful and eye-pleasing effects. Quicksand aims at providing a similar experience for users on the web.
I have nothing to say. Just read it. And then laugh.
I already know of an application that I could add this in. Okay, make that two applications. That it, once a jQuery version comes along…
I’m a massive fan of The Big Labowski. And let’s face it, who isn’t? I’m reading this when I have a spare few minutes. “You want a toe? I can get you a toe, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You don’t wanna know about it, believe me. Hell, I can get you a toe [...]
When you think about it, it’s kinda hard for Google to create an effective advert about searching. However, they managed to pull it off. It’s been on YouTube for a while but was also played on the Superbowl commercial. Apparently.
” What is Flip? Flip is a jQuery plugin that will flip easily your elements in four directions. Try it “
“Masonry is a layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically then horizontally according to a grid. The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.”
“Barack Obama’s $3.8tn budget is a vastly complex affair. But one fact stands out plainly: in layman’s terms, America is broke. The federal government’s outgoings will exceed income by about $1.6tn this year; over the next 10 years combined, the predicted gap is $8.5tn.”
“Much more significantly, though, they’ve capitulated and enabled multitouch in Browser, Gallery, and Maps — great news and a big win for the Android community at large.”
I would rather have Mac OS X on a iPad—I doubt we’ll see that in the next year or two, but I can wish. However, the Chromium devs have a quick demonstration of what they would like to see, and it’s very interesting.
“They are a hangover from old-school thinking about branding. There is no desire by the public for a new logo. They are simply an old-fashioned approach to differentiating products or services [..] symbols invented to accompany brand names are a waste of time, money and effort.”
“Google has begun to phase out support for Internet Explorer 6, the browser identified as the weak link in a cyber attack on the search engine. The firm said from 1 March some of its services, such as Google Docs, would not work “properly” with the browser.”
It’s pretty cool the effects you can do with CSS3, no doubt. Even if IE doesn’t have a clue what you’re trying to achieve. This page tries to have some fun with the border radius propery.