It is arguable that there is no goal in web design more satisfying than getting a beautiful and intuitive design to look exactly the same in every currently-used browser. Unfortunately, that goal is generally agreed to be almost impossible to attain. Some have even gone on record as stating that perfect, cross-browser compatibility is not necessary.
CSS has a pretty useful property called white-space that I’m guessing goes unnoticed among CSS beginners. You can probably live without this property for quite some time, but once you learn how to use it, it will come in very handy and you’ll find yourself going back to it over and over again.
Need full power and control of your CSS based animations? Awesome
effects combined all together? Full Cross browser support and no Flash
at all? The Advanced CSS Animator is the answer to your prayers!
With the Advanced CSS Animator you can animate virtually any CSS Property! Borders, colors, font sizes, position, opacity, apply CSS Transformations like rotate, skew, zoom and more! Use the supplied presets to choose from ready animations like fade in/out, expand, collapse, position in browser, paper spin, shake, blink or save your own CSS animations in a new preset!
Since CSS3 has become such a big deal in the future-thinking minds of web designers today, I think it would be appropriate for front-end developers to begin formulating some best-practice habits and techniques so that any CSS3 development we do is done right, and we therefore are able to get CSS3 development off to a good start.
As most of you already know, Wordpress 3.0 has been released. Although it’s still in a beta release stage, you can take it for a test drive and check out the many new features that are available. Many people already use Wordpress for many things other than just blogging but this release will certainly create opportunities for managing content even more effortlessly than before and using Wordpress as more than just a blog.
Here’s a simple technique to get hover controls working on the iPhone. Hover controls are links and buttons that appear when you hover your mouse over a a target area and so are useful for a lot of secondary actions like delete and edit links—a way to simplify your interface.
One of the great things about working with WordPress and developing your own themes is the community and all of the resources that are available. If you’re not sure how to do something or looking to see what solutions other theme designers and developers are using, you can find plenty of information and tutorials to help.
A useful method to select all checkboxes and the ability to update MySQL records with PHP.
First we create a MySQL database, next we create the update page with the checkboxes and add the PHP code to make the update possible.
Simple, easy and fast...
At some point, you may have a situation where you want to center
multiple elements (maybe
<div> elements, or other
block elements) on a single line in a fixed-width area. Centering a
single element in a fixed area is easy.