Tutorial on how to make Youtube videos responsive using CSS & HTML. Responsive Youtube embeds use iframes, CSS & HTML to make your Youtube videos responsive.
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There’s a lot of discussion in the web design community about responsive images. Every blog, including this one, as well as every conference from here to the Mississippi are talking about the problem and possible solutions. (I spelled Mississippi right the first time…No I didn’t) Personally, I would love to see a new image type […]
More and more websites are embracing the jQuery Preloader. A lot of websites are using CSS Full Screen Background, or high resolution retina display images, which can cause websites to load slower. I can’t help but think this is taking us back to the days of slow loading Flash websites. That being said, I’m still on the fence about them.
A sticky navbar, or a fixed navigation bar on your website can help users get around much quicker. This can drastically enhance the user-experience, especially for websites that have a lot of scrolling.
I was working on a project recently that needed a CSS full screen background. The image needed to resize according to the users browser width. We also wanted this to be proportionate, so that the image didnt look all stretched. After a few searches on Google, I came across this quick tip from CSS-Tricks. I […]
Designing CSS3 Buttons leaves us with a completely custom button, that is far more flexible. We can use special CSS3 techniques to style our buttons, and if the browser doesn’t support some techniques, the button will degrade nicely.
If you’ve tried to apply some CSS3 Transitions to your web designs, you may notice some weird front aliasing. After a quick Google search for CSS3 Transition Font Aliasing, I noticed this was a problem in webkit browsers.
The best website inspiration 2012. Here are some really creative websites, from some of the best web designers across the globe.
Responsive web design using CSS transitions have been around for a while now, but many designers do not implement this nifty little feature. Why? Well, most users don’t normally sit at their computers, resizing their web browsers a hundred times. Unless they are web designers or developers. But maybe they do…For other reasons I can’t think of at the moment.
August 14th 2012, the W3C released an updated working draft of the CSS3 Text Module. There have been several changes since the January 2012 version. Continue reading for more info.
The new MacBook Pro Retina Display is a technological marvel. I can’t even begin to explain how clear and perfect all Mac apps look. But this is not a review of the new Apple notebook. You can find a great review over at Cult Of Mac.
Sometimes laying out pages in CSS can be a headache. But with these new specs, creating layouts are a lot easier for web designers and developers. Here we are going to look at Multi-column Layout.