Category: CSS

Useful Tool for Testing Responsive Design

One of the popular keywords in Web Design today is, “responsive design.” One of my previous posts explains more on how to make a responsive website. In that post, I listed some resources that would be useful for testing when developing a responsive website. While working on some my side projects, I ran across another

Read More...

Animating with CSS3 Keyframes (No JS required)

One of the neat things about CSS3, is keyframes. If you are or used to be a Flash Designer, you’ll know what a keyframe is. In CSS3, it is the same thing, except you won’t need to open Flash and you can view it mobile devices.¬† For those of you who don’t know what keyframes

Read More...

Making Responsive Websites

One of the things that have become increasing popular in Website Design is making responsive designed websites. For those of you who haven’t heard about this, it basically is what it sounds like. The site reacts to the user’s screen size. Responsive design is is becoming popular because of mobile devices. There is a lot

Read More...

CSS3 Image Border

One of the cool things about the new CSS3 is that you can use an image as a border. Before, you had to do workarounds to get the border you want, such as making the border as an image and then using HTML or CSS to place the image on the bottom. I want to

Read More...

HTML5 Click Inside Canvas Workaround

One of the many things I’ve been trying to accomplish with HTML5 is clicking inside or at least make it look like the user is clicking inside the application. Before I go any further, I would like to give credit to: http://tutorialzine.com/2010/09/html5-canvas-slideshow-jquery/, HTML5 Canvas For Games and Entertainment book, and HTML5 Games Development by Example

Read More...