Tag: CSS3

CSS3 3D Transforms in IE10

CSS3 3D Transforms in IE10 – IEBlog – Site Home – MSDN Blogs. Some CSS3 3D Transform information has been published on IEBlog that’s worth checking out. I’m continually impressed with the work the IE team is doing, and this continues with that trend.

Posted: February 06, 2012

New CSS3 Properties to Handle Text and Word Wrapping

New CSS3 Properties to Handle Text and Word Wrapping | Impressive Webs. Type is an interesting segment of front end development. It’s always felt like an untamed beast, but that’s gotten better over the past couple of years with the adoption of @font-face and the number of foundries now offering Web fonts. While that handles […]

Posted: January 30, 2012

Mac OS X Lion with CSS3

Mac OS X Lion with CSS3 | Blog of Alessio Atzeni | Web Design Tutorials and Front-end Development Blog by Alessio Atzeni. Novelty side projects are awesome. Unfortunately many are ridiculed for being a waste of time but in my opinion they’re gold when it comes to self-education. Imagine the OS X Lion experience recreated […]

Posted: January 23, 2012

Opera Dragonfly – Style profiler preview

Opera Dragonfly – Style profiler preview. Although it doesn’t get too much of a spotlight anymore, Opera always has done (and is still doing) a lot of things first, and well. With all of us going off the wall with CSS3, actual render time is becoming a big(ger) concern with each passing day. Opera Dragonfly […]

Posted: December 06, 2011

The future of CSS layouts

The future of CSS layouts | Feature | .net magazine. From time to time I’ll hear mumblings of CSS being ‘boring’ or ‘slow-moving’ or just an observation that everything CSS has ‘been done’. I beg to differ. Every time I think about how exciting JavaScript has become, I try to keep in mind that an […]

Posted: August 17, 2011

CSS3 for Web Designers Book Review and Giveaway

CSS3 for Web Designers is the latest publication from A Book Apart. Written by Dan Cederholm, I’m extensively impressed with this book, and I think it’s a terrific introduction and overview to all (for today’s intents and purposes) that is CSS3.

Posted: November 28, 2010

QuirksBlog: CSS vendor prefixes considered harmful

QuirksBlog: CSS vendor prefixes considered harmful. See also: Not Supported by Jonathan Snook. It’s issues like these that have me concerned about

Posted: March 22, 2010

Using CSS3 to Properly Center Thumbnail Galleries

I’ve got a specific stance on CSS3. While the geek in me wants to use it whenever and wherever possible, there are some drawbacks when it comes to consistency. There are cases, though, where I feel it really appropriate to go ahead and take advantage of what CSS3 has to offer. Thumbnail galleries, for instance, provide a nice platform to begin working with nth-child().

Posted: March 18, 2010

We’re Ready for CSS3, but are we Ready for CSS3?

We’re all smitten with CSS3. It’s reinvigorated that sense of newness that CSS and Web Standards brought our way just a few years ago. We’re able to more easily replicate the set of design standards that has become nearly universal much faster than before with just a few CSS declarations. There are a number of CSS3 rules I’d be writing for each and every project, but I’m just not sure it’s as ready for prime time as many designers are making it out to be.

Posted: February 08, 2010

Handcrafted CSS Book Review (Video Edition) and Giveaway

Dan Cederholm of SimpleBits recently published his latest book, Handcrafted CSS, which also includes a companion DVD starring Dan himself.

Posted: August 30, 2009