Recently I talked about CSS cross-browser gradients and last week I wrote again about CSS3 gradients. So what I’m going to do today? I will show you how to put the CSS gradient feature in practical use.
In this article you will see how you can create a set of gradient buttons just with CSS (no images).
A while ago, I wrote another article here about the CSS3 gradients. At that time, you saw the browser support, the advantages of using them and their syntax.
So, what’s new since then?
The CSS3 Webkit syntax, which was quite different than Mozilla at that time, has been updated!
As you probably found out, yesterday, the The World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has unveiled the HTML5 Logo. They launched more than a logo as they got also a full branding, including badges, t-shirts and stickers.
So, I suppose that’s a good thing, that HTML5 got some branding, sounds very interesting!
While looking at it and admiring it, as I find it very nice, I thought about how can I do it with CSS3 (typically for me).
HTML5 is being developed as the next major revision of HTML, the core markup language of the World Wide Web. Besides new elements like
footer, etc., the HTML5 brings you the
Today I’ll share with you some awesome HTML5 games demos that show the HTML5 canvas potential.
CSS3 offers a new way to arrange text content using the Multi-column CSS3 module. This CSS3 feature will help you fit your text into columns without extra markup like
div floats or extra