Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
In CSS there are two types of lists, unordered <ul> and ordered <ol>. Both of these should cover the basic requirements for a web developer, but styling ordered lists can be tricky.
Most smartphones these days have GPU (Graphic Processing Unit) that suitable for hardware acceleration. Native applications have direct access to the GPU, because of this they offer better user experiences than web app. So, we can leverage the GPU powers by offloading some heavy tasks (transition / animation) to the GPU for better performance in browser. We’ll discuss the techniques here,: replacing JQuery animation / transition with CSS Hardware Accelerated transition.
In this short video we will learn how to center elements horizontally and vertically using CSS3. We will use CSS3 to center text with text-align: center, and block elements with margin: auto and position: absolute.
Newarr is a community for kinds of the new products such as fashion and accesorries etc. We provide people with a wealth of user created & shared new products. And keep updating continuously.
Notepaper can be a great way to showcase quotes and other small written text on your websites, adding in a cute little feature. Today we'll break down how to code Pure CSS3 Notepaper Tutorial using HTML5 and CSS3.
Learn how to create an animated HTML 5 and CSS vertical menu and content bar. It includes how to style scrollbars in CSS.
CSS filters have been around for a while. They originated thanks to SVGs – Scalable Vector Graphics – in order to apply different image effects to vectors.
Target desktops, laptops, smartphones, iPads, and iPhones with CSS Media Queries to make responsive website designs. Here are some of the most common media queries.
I am guessing that many of you have found steps() to be confusing when using it in CSS animations.
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