Circle Hover Effects with CSS Transitions
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HTML5 is awesome. Pixelart too ! Imagine a 8-bit Color Cycling picture with HTML5 …
See this and you understand at effectgames.com
I found this very interesting article about well coding a website at XHTML CSS Code.
Good tips and great ideas to not forget a website is not an experiment.
In the same idea of the previous articles, this is a non exhaustive and non ordered list of psd to HTML websites.
I may update this list when I found other links.
I was searching about target= »_blank » problem on Google.
Finally I’ve found two awesome and well discussed articles.
Firstly: from Cyber codeur. (FR). This is an old article but always up about target= »_blank » problem with W3C norms and coding.
Secondly: from (yes again =] ) Perishable Press (EN) : an unobtrusive JS solution (but a bit difficult to understand for people like me)
Around this target= »_blank » problem, I was able to ask 3 questions:
- Transitional / Strict coding for valid W3C norms (being valid or strict coding)
- Open a new page Vs usability (How to return to previous page with a new window ? [e.g.])
- Inline coding Vs Script interpreted language (first more quick but not valid)
This article from Manuel Catez (FR) is a good summary of this problem.
With the coming of HTML5 and CCS3, we must think a different way to code webpage.
I often see « div coding » as weird as « table coding ». The reason ? The most of time, non well CSS construction.
With the new era of HTML/CSS, say goodbye to « cascading <div> »!
In this aticle, discover how HTML/CSS coding changes.
In my opinion, HTML5/ CSS3 turns into XML style coding.