Tag: css3

  • CSS3 text-align-last

    [Short and to-the-point post on the Adobe Web Platform blog about a cool new proposed CSS3 property: text-align-last][link]. Finally, FINALLY, we can justify the last line of a paragraph tag. My god, it’s full of stars. [link]: http://blogs.adobe.com/webplatform/2014/02/25/improving-your-sites-visual-details-css3-text-align-last/ “Improving your site’s visual details: CSS3 text-align-last | Web Platform Team Blog”

  • impress.js

    [Very impressive JS presentation tool using CSS3 transforms and other newish web tricks.][link] [link]: http://bartaz.github.com/impress.js “impress.js | presentation tool based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers | by Bartek Szopka @bartaz”

  • CSS3 Patterns Gallery

    [Golly this is nifty][link]. A very nice collection of gradient patterns, all of which work with CSS PIE (which means they work in IE!). [link]: http://leaverou.me/css3patterns/ “CSS3 Patterns Gallery”

  • CSS3 Generator

    [A Swiss Army knife CSS3 vendor-prefix + generic rule generator.][link] [link]: http://css3generator.com/ “CSS3 Generator”

  • CSS3 PIE: CSS3 decorations for IE

    [Enables some of the most useful CSS3 features for IE6-8, such as border-radius, box-shadow, and linear-gradient][link]. This will save me hours every week. [link]: http://css3pie.com/ “CSS3 PIE: CSS3 decorations for IE”

  • CSS3 Linear Gradients Tool

    [An html-based GUI for building CSS3-compatible gradients without images][link]. Like [Border-Radius.com][border], I’m sure this will become a part of my daily routine. [link]: http://westciv.com/tools/gradients/ “Linear Gradients” [border]: http://border-radius.com/ “Generate CSS3 Border-Radius tags”

  • Google Font API

    [Google’s hosted, embeddable, fonts for use with @font-face.][link] They’re apparently [collaborating with TypeKit][type]. via [Zeldman][zeld] [link]: http://code.google.com/apis/webfonts/ “Google Font API – Google Code” [zeld]: http://twitter.com/zeldman/status/14310112928 “Original Tweet” [type]: http://blog.typekit.com/2010/05/19/typekit-and-google/ “TypeKit and Google”

  • CSS3 Gradient Buttons That Degrade Well

    [Excellent work from Web Designer Wall.][link] I’ve been using a similar approach on a client site lately, but this one has a few tricks I hadn’t considered. [link]: http://www.webdesignerwall.com/tutorials/css3-gradient-buttons/ “CSS3 Gradient Buttons”

  • Font Squirrel’s List of Fonts Licensed For @font-face Use

    [With downloadable kits containing EOT, SVG, WOFF, and TTF versions, Cufon versions and a stylesheet with the @font-face rules for easy @import-ing][link]. This is drop-in simple. What more can you ask for? Maybe a slightly better browsing interface, but other than that? [link]: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fontface “Font Squirrel | Download Hundreds of Free @font-face Fonts”

  • Closing Tabs 5/27/09

    * [Super Mario 64 longplay, grabbing all 120 stars][sm]. If you were under the age of 30 when this came out, goodbye afternoon. It’s such an astoundingly well put together game. At every stage, care was taken to make sure it “felt” right. [Jason Scott][textfiles]’s [talk about Platform Studies][scott] has me rekindling my love affair…