Facebook Tooltip HTML and CSS

Posted by: csschops on Jan 19, 2012 | No Comments

Facebook Tooltip HTML and CSS: “Facebook recently implemented a new, lighter tooltip. I say the tooltip is lighter because it seems a lot quicker and more elegant than their previous effort. I took a few moments to grab the HTML structure and CSS rules to see how they did it.”

Cross-Browser CSS Development Workflow | Impressive Webs

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Cross-Browser CSS Development Workflow | Impressive Webs: “This workflow won’t be perfect for everyone, and it certainly won’t be the most efficient method if you’re developing sites or apps that don’t have much of an IE-based audience. But if IE users are a large part of the site’s target or present audience, then this workflow could potentially help you avoid using too many IE-only exceptions, and you’ll probably also gain a much better understanding of how older browsers handle various CSS techniques.”

20 stunning examples of CSS 3D transforms | Feature | .net magazine

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20 stunning examples of CSS 3D transforms | Feature | .net magazine: “Rounded corners, gradients and drop shadows are well known features of CSS3, but beyond these there lie CSS transitions, transforms and animations. In combination they create effects never before achievable.”

MQFramework

Posted by: csschops on Jan 19, 2012 | No Comments

MQFramework: “A responsive CSS framework, MQFramework utilises the @media property to allow you to design your sites for browsers of all sizes. Based on a 12 column grid, MQFramework degrades perfectly down to mobile screen sizes.”

The Future Of CSS: Embracing The Machine

Posted by: csschops on Jan 19, 2012 | No Comments

The Future Of CSS: Embracing The Machine – Smashing Coding | Smashing Coding: “In his Critique of Pure Reason, Kant says, “Have the courage to use your own intelligence.” I would ask you to set your biases aside when when speaking about tools, techniques and processes with other designers and developers who write CSS. Don’t view different opinions as a sign of ignorance or poor craftsmanship.”

Good post.

WhatTheFont!

Posted by: csschops on Jan 18, 2012 | No Comments

WhatTheFont! « MyFonts: “Seen a font in use and want to know what it is?”

The shazam for fonts.