In our previous post, we have introduce you to Animate.css, an awesome CSS3 library, that makes CSS3 animation creation easier. In this post we are going to introduce you to a jQuery plugin, built using Animate.css, which is able to animate text, called Textillate.js. Although you can animate text with ... Continue reading »
And we’re back with Part 3! Yes, the world still loves books, no matter what version they are in: printed or electronic. Some of us prefer them in ebook version simply because they are so easy to locate, download and store for future reading and reference. In this list you ... Continue reading »
CSS3 gives us the ability to create rounded corners with the border-radius property. But as you might already know, this new feature is not recognized in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) and its earlier versions. So when you apply CSS3 Border Radius to an element, it still appears as a box ... Continue reading »
A very interesting conference talk by Chris Eppstein, creator of SASS itself, showing some of the new features in SASS 3.3: ability to move the parent selector “&” BEHIND a selector, which allows totally...
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