This is some code to get the header of some content area to stay visible at the top of the screen as you scroll through that content. Then go away when you’ve scrolled past that relevant section.
The future of CSS layouts | Feature | .net magazine: “The future of CSS layouts”
After years of promise, CSS3 has finally arrived in style (if you’ll pardon the pun). It’s added a whole new array of tools to our front-end toolbox, giving us rounded corners, gradients, opacity, transformations, transitions, animations and much more. But now that we have the fun stuff, the eye candy, what’s next?
a way to add a subtle noise effect to HTML elements using CSS. Using this technique is of interest because it doesn’t require use of an image editor, weighs in at just a little over 2K and doesn’t generate any extra HTTP requests.