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Adobe's revenge on Steve Jobs: HTML5 • The Register

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HTML5 Brings Tables Back: Contemporary Grid Layouts with CSS Grids

HTML5 Brings Tables Back: Contemporary Grid Layouts with CSS Grids | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

Back in the days where CSS was a rumour and content and design were not divided, building a website using tables was perfectly common. With the rise of the semantic web tables were redefined to be used only for their original purpose, structuring data, that was meant to be shown in the form of tables. Furthermore,

 

CSS didn’t bring forward an easy way to structure layouts in rows and columns. Now, with the new CSS Grids rasterized layouts return and they resemble the way of table-based designs quite closely.

 
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CSS Shapes: Breaking the Rectangular Design Shackles

CSS Shapes: Breaking the Rectangular Design Shackles | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
Patrick takes a look at one of the newest and more exciting CSS specs, the Shapes Module, and how it opens up lots of possibilities for interesting layouts.
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Mobile Internet Usage Statistics

Mobile Internet Usage Statistics | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
Discover how mobile devices are changing consumer behavior.
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Spriteowl

Spriteowl | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
Spritowl is a Photoshop extension that exports your sprite to retina ready PNG files and CSS, LESS, SASS/SCSS or Stylus code.
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Easy Responsive CSS Grid Layouts: 4 Methods

Easy Responsive CSS Grid Layouts: 4 Methods | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
Nick Salloum considers four different methods for creating easy to use, responsive, CSS grid layouts, with demos and code for all examples.
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How To Use HTML5 Element To Achieve Responsive Image

How To Use HTML5  Element To Achieve Responsive Image | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

Responsive design may be here to stay but there are many issues that need to be addressed when it comes to making images responsive. Although responsive images automatically resize itself upon the viewport size (which is technically easy), one problem users face is that the image vocal point will become barely visible when the image becomes too small.

 
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Introducing Normalize-OpenType.css

Introducing Normalize-OpenType.css | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

OpenType features make it possible for type designers to include language requirements, and typographic niceties—ligatures, alternate figures, small caps—within a font.


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Web Developer Reading List: CSS Filters

Web Developer Reading List: CSS Filters | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
A guide to filtering text and images with CSS
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The secret to designing website layouts without CSS floats

The secret to designing website layouts without CSS floats | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

If you have been designing for the Web at all over the past decade you are undoubtedly familiar with the CSS float property. Since the industry (thankfully) adopted the principle of tableless layouts, floats have been the weapon of choice most of us use to lay out our web pages, but is it the best choice?

 
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CSS Sprite Sheet Animations with steps() - Treehouse Blog

CSS Sprite Sheet Animations with steps() - Treehouse Blog | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
With steps() we're able to control the amount of keyframes rendered in a CSS animation's duration.
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Adding CSS Animations to AngularJS Applications

This article shows how CSS animations can be incorporated into common AngularJS directives.
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UIkit

UIkit | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

A lightweight and modular front-end framework
for developing fast and powerful web interfaces.

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Finding/Fixing Unintended Body Overflow

Finding/Fixing Unintended Body Overflow | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
Ughck, accidental horizontal scrollbar, amiright?

 

That can be a pain, but you can usually find the offending element by surfing around the ol' DevTools and selecting elements until you find something that extends too far over to to the right (off-page to the left doesn't tend to trigger a scrollbar the same way) and adjusting it.

 
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Making Your Site Printable: CSS Summit 2014

The push for responsive web design has helped web developers consider how the sites they develop can adapt to different devices, including sizes, screen resolu…
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An introduction to template building with Facelets, CSS, HTML and JSF 2.2

Facelets is a great technology for creating templates for websites and then adding dynamic functionality. In this tutorial, we will introduce the idea of creating a template page with CSS, HTML, JavaScript and JavaServer Faces 2.2 (JSF).
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Pure CSS One Div Weather Animated Icons

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Remove an Element

For whatever reason, an element can't destroy itself in JavaScript. jQuery has a method for this, which is nice because this is how we think...

 
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Inheriting box-sizing Probably Slightly Better Best-Practice

Inheriting box-sizing Probably Slightly Better Best-Practice | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

I'm a big fan of resetting box-sizing to border-box, so much that we have a special day of the year around here. But there is a little adjustment to setting it that seems like a good idea.

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The Difference Between Anchors, Inputs and Buttons

The Difference Between Anchors, Inputs and Buttons | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

One of the things I love about CSS is how easy it is to make one element look like another. In the example above, the first element is an anchor, the second is a button and the third is an input. I've overridden theclick behavior of all three so they do the same thing.

  
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The 30 CSS Selectors you Must Memorize

The 30 CSS Selectors you Must Memorize | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it

This tutorial was first published in November, 2010.
So you learned the base id, class, and descendant selectors - and then called it a day? If so, you're missing out on an enormous level of flexibility. While many of the selectors mentioned in this article are part of the CSS3 spec, and are, consequently, only available in modern browsers, you owe it to yourself to commit these to memory. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Length: Medium; Tags: HTML & CSS, Web Development, CSS

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5 Advanced CSS Pseudo Classes that will Save your Day

5 Advanced CSS Pseudo Classes that will Save your Day | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
CSS3 provides powerful pseudo-classes that allow the designer to select multiple elements according to their positions in a document tree. Using these
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Tricking the user to access browser history using a pseudo-selector and captchas

Tricking the user to access browser history using a pseudo-selector and captchas | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
tl;dr: Recently TinSnail has provided a nice
demonstration, using :visited
pseudo-selector to trick the user into revealing his browser
history. While interesting his small "game" was not something that could be
commonly used against most users. I have tried to develop the idea
tricking the user during its usage of captchas.



A few random tries

I did not read what was display on t...
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WebPagetest - Website Performance and Optimization Test

Run a free website speed test from around the globe using real browsers at consumer connection speeds with detailed optimization recommendations.
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Simplify CSS maintenance and organization by using Sass

Simplify CSS maintenance and organization by using Sass | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
If you're considering transitioning your CSS to Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets (Sass), this overview provides information and demos that might help you make a decision.
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A Sprinkling of PHP: Server-Side Techniques to Help with Front End Tasks

A Sprinkling of PHP: Server-Side Techniques to Help with Front End Tasks | HTML5 and CSS3 | Scoop.it
The following is a guest post by Zachary Brady. Zachary is about to take us on a beginner's journey using PHP to do some things that us front end developer
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