The new CSS Shapes specification was introduced by Adobe in 2012. It aims to provide web designers with a new way to change how the content flows inside and around complex shapes…
Direct link: CSS Shapes 101
How many of these do you know? A great article by Louis Lazaris…
Direct link: 12 Little-Known CSS Facts
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A simple, cross-browser method for vertical centering. All it needs is a declared height and some simple CSS. Works on images too…
Direct link: Absolute Horizontal And Vertical Centering In CSS
REM can be confusing, especially without a solid understanding of its partner EM and their archvillain, the PX. This article does a pretty good job of explaining all that…
Direct link: Confused About REM and EM?
With just 3 lines of CSS (excluding vendor prefixes) we can with the help of transform: translateY vertically center whatever we want, even if we don’t know its height.
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Care must be taken when implementing icon fonts to ensure a great experience for all users. What happens when your font doesn’t load? What happens when @font-face isn’t supported in the browser? We’ll show you how to implement bulletproof font icons.
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The source image is cropped, and below specific maximum dimensions it’s displayed at a predetermined aspect ratio. This post describes the implementation…
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The z-index property in CSS seems simple enough, but there’s a lot to discover beneath the surface if you really want to understand how it works. In this tutorial we’ll clarify the inner workings of z-index, by looking at stacking contexts and a few practical examples…
Direct link: What You May Not Know About the Z-Index Property
Learn how to create impressive animated navigation icon transformations…
Direct link: Navicon Transformicons: Animated Navigation Icons with CSS Transforms