Here’s a small project, based on VueJs and Vuecidity I’ve just accomplished you can use to generate, edit, preview, copy and get permanent link CSS gradients. Currently, it supports linear and radial gradients, but I am planning to add support for conic gradients, enabled by the excellent CSS conic gradients polyfill by Lea Verou.
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 … Continue reading “Happy Birthday, CSS!”
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. Enjoy the weekend! Related Posts and Links Animated CSS3 CD Cases on a Shelf Animated 3D Chessboard With Pure CSS3. No Images. No … Continue reading “CSS3 Rating Stars with Hover and Selection”
It’s been a while since I blogged about this 9 CSS hack for all versions of Internet Explorer. Personally I always try to avoid hacks, but recently I had to tweak some style sheet to use special styles for IE6-IE8 and for IE9, so I remembered of this hack. Here’s how I did it: [sourcecode … Continue reading “Applying Special CSS Rules for IE6-IE8 and IE9 Without Affecting Other Browsers”
The new version of Acid.JS has just been released with one update * – version 2.0 of GuestBook.XML – an AJAX instant feedback component. I am also happy to announce the new website of the libary as well, so make sure you update your links. Visit Acid.JS Download the library * A couple of outdated components have been … Continue reading “Acid.JS Component Library 3.7 is Out With 1 Update and New Website”