The video is available on YouTube already. Enjoy, have a great weekend and make sure you pay a visit to my new friends at Webucator if you are looking for professional online and onsite instructor-led training classes in web- and software development.
The glorious times of yore, when giant Java applets walked Devearth trampling down IE – the only browser known to Devkind.
The dark ages, when CSS sorcerers were called designers.
The romance of the hardest decision to take – to depend or not on the helping magical hand of the mysterious brothers Quirks Mode and Xml Prolog.
When listening to the call of the Async was considered heresy.
When XHTML was unthinkable…
When Web 2.0 was just an obscure idea (and remained such).
Last week CSS turned 20, and suddenly I realized that I’ve been in a special relationship with it ever since 2001. Moreover, I am happy and proud I was among the first who realized its instant maturity and potential, and after so many years I am still in love with it.
So, happy birthday CSS and thanks for being around. Front-end was boring and sucked before you were born!
Just before the weekend, here’s a pure CSS3 implementation of a rating star system with support for selection and hover, made-up by radio buttons, rtl, generated content, minimal markup and sibling selectors.