Custom radio and checkbox inputs using CSS

A pretty good way of using CSS to create custom radio and checkbox inputs without JavaScript, that are accessible, keyboard controlled, don’t use any hacks and degrade nicely in non supporting browsers…

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CSS Transitions: A Simple Way To Delight Your Visitors

Transitions are about having changes happen over some duration instead of instantly. In their simplest form they make these changes less jarring and in more complex forms they allow us to create some interesting animations…

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Quick Tip: How to Keep the Count with CSS

Do you know that you can create a counter with CSS? This can be especially useful for instances where the count is just for presentational purposes. This tutorial will show you how to use counter-increment with CSS2…

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Font-Embedding Icons: This Is a Big Deal

An article proposing the use of @font-face for displaying icons. I feel strongly about the potential of this method, so I thought I would take the time to generate a font set for Iconic and to talk about why we should all be using this method for displaying icons…

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