Recently I have been playing around with CSS transitions and animations as implemented in webkit based browsers such as Safari and Chrome. They have been submitted to the W3C for consideration in the CSS3 spec so hopefully we should see more browsers support this soon, Firefox 3.5 supports CSS transforms which was developed by the webkit people to work alongside CSS animations & transitions. Continue reading “Create the accordion effect using CSS3”
Just saw a great post on Jonathan Snooks’ blog about doing text rotation with CSS and how to accomplish it in IE using IE propriety filter basic image property to rotate a text block. But there is a better way using CSS3 writing-mode property that has been in IE since version 5.5. Continue reading “Real text rotation with CSS”
The browser wars are in full effect once again thanks to a healthy plethora of browsers available such as Safari, Firefox, Opera and Chrome all leading the way in the addition of new and exciting features in the upcoming CSS3 & html 5 specifications.
Buzz about the internet has been rampant this year with many claiming that this is it, 2009 will be the death of IE6. A campaign in Norway has declared war with some great success. There are now some high profile Norwegian sites following with a week long campaign to educate users on more suitable browsers they can use instead of IE6.
Continue reading “Don’t kill IE6, degrade it.”