CSS3 Solutions: Essential Techniques for CSS3 Developers

CSS3 Solutions: Essential Techniques for CSS3 Developers

Marco Casario, Nathalie Wormser

Language: English

Pages: 338

ISBN: 143024335X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

CSS3 brings a mass of changes, additions, and improvements to CSS across a range of new modules. Web designers and developers now have a whole host of new techniques up their sleeves, from working with colors and fonts accurately, to using media queries to ensure correct styling across a multitude of devices. But all of these new technologies bring more tags to learn and more avenues for things to go wrong. CSS3 Solutions provides a collection of solutions to all of the most common CSS3 problems. Every solution contains sample code that is production-ready and can be applied to any project.

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6-8). Figure 6-8. Example of adding a dotted outline when rolling over a link in a menu. Notice how the outline is layered on top of the border because the outline offset in this example is set to a negative value. Expert tips Pragmatically, an outline may seem just like a duplicate of the border property, with possibly even more flexibility because it won’t interfere with the layout of the element. If you ever added a border on a mouse-over of a link in a menu and were dismayed to see.

Devices were not very different from one another. But today, new devices with new screen sizes and new configurations are developed at an incredibly fast pace. Moreover, when you talk about mobile devices, you are not only talking about smartphones anymore, but digital tablets as well. As of this writing, several new models with different sizes and resolutions are coming out every few months, and nobody knows for sure what the next popular models will be. As a developer, creating custom content.

And only then reposition your element by changing the origin point as follows (that is, the transform-origin has to be applied after the transformation itself): #element{ transform: scale(0.5); transform-origin:20px 40px; } The preceding code scales the element to half its original size, and then repositions it as if its origin is placed 20 pixels to the right of the upper left corner of the element and 40 pixels below it. Note that when you transform an element, all its child elements will.

Is a small online application you can use to apply all kinds of 2D transformations directly to a square element using drag-and-drop interactions. It generates the associated matrix CSS3 code on the fly, which you can then copy and paste into your own style sheet. Check it out at http://peterned.home.xs4all.nl/matrices/. Another great online tool, which is similar but lets you go further, is the Matrix Construction Set, written by web developers Zoltan Hawryluk (creator of several JavaScript.

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