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In CSS

Source: http://www.shauninman.com/pilation/

Shaun Inman’s shizzle is so good it generally makes me weep. This ‘portal’ to his internet world is so cute.

Source: http://www.zeldman.com/2010/03/22/my-lovehate-affair-with-typekit/

Zeldman post, over a year old, but still great and well worth a re-read.

In HTML

Source: http://html5snippets.com/

Nice idea.

In CSS

Source: http://csswizardry.com/2011/02/css-powered-ribbons-the-clean-way/

More ribbon nerdery. This is a great article, with some useful comments.

This gentleman writes with spunk and gusto. Well worth checking out all his articles and his CSS framework inuit.css.

Source: http://www.google.com/webmasters/+1/button/index.html

Create a custom +1 button from Google.

Source: http://blog.twitter.com/2011/05/introducing-follow-button.html

When you follow interesting accounts on Twitter, it’s easy to stay connected with what’s most meaningful to you. Today we’re excited to launch the Follow Button, a new way to discover and instantly follow Twitter accounts directly from the websites you visit everyday.

Source: http://people.opera.com/patrickl/experiments/keyboard/test#outline-on-focus-suppressed-active

The aim of these tests is to check which combination of :focus, :hover and :active works best in order to suppress the outline when an image-replaced link is clicked with the mouse, but leave it visible for keyboard users tabbing through the page.

Nice work. Feedback required.

In CSS, HTML

Source: http://elliotjaystocks.com/blog/css-transitions-media-queries/

File this under ‘UI effects that are essentially rather useless but add a nice little touch if anybody happens to notice them’.

Nice post by Elliot Jay Stocks documenting the transition effect with growing / shrinking type and image sizes when the browser window is resized.

Source: http://thenextweb.com/apps/2011/06/01/firefox-4-now-mozillas-most-used-browser-lags-behind-chrome-and-internet-explorer/

When combined, the different versions of Internet Explorer leads globally with 43.9% which followed by Firefox with 29.3%. Google’s Chrome browser posts the biggest increase however, rising from 8.6% a year ago to 19.4% in May 2011.