Webdesignerwall has writen tutorial how to use the CSS3 border-radius and box-shadow feature to make rounded image. The problem is none of the modern browsers display rounded corners imagelike they want. Webkit does display the rounded corners, but the inset box shadow is not supported. In Firefox, the border-radius doesn’t even display at all.
Jeff Batterton, talented user interface designer has create iphone world clock app with only CSS. The inspiration is come from David DeSandro experiments with CSS3 ( Opera Logo). Most of the methods and properties He used are pretty simple and straightforward (border-radius, box-shadow, gradient), and some of them are a little more complicated (transform, box-reflect).
Louis Harboe, talented interface designer has create iOS, Icons Made in Pure CSS, no images whatsoever. This icons set made using a variety of CSS techniques. Rounded corners, shadows, gradients, rgba, pseudo-elements, and transforms are just some of them. A lot of these were generated by helpful tools, such as westciv’s tools and Border Radius. […]
If you want to make money online, you need the right tools and knowledge to succeed in online niche marketing. Internet Time Machine (ITM), is powerful tools that allow us to chart the search trends and results of more than 36,000,000 keywords at a time. It can tell you about the most recent keywords or […]
Validity is an elegant and powerful jQuery plug-in that you can use to setup client-side form validation. Instead of writing validation manually or balancing some unwieldy server-side framework, validity allows you to design client-side validation in a manner that feels natural and straightforward.
iDroid is a fresh and elegant replacement icon set for the Android OS in use on many modern handsets, such as the HTC Hero. The icons found on this page are 48×48 png images, ready to be used by certain Home Replacement applications like PandaHome, OpenHome or dxTop. They can also be used with Bettercut.
Recently, Google (in conjunction with Typekit) quietly launched a webfont API that could result in just such a long-term shift. While other companies are setting up memberships, payment plans and subscriptions, Google decided to forgo a members-only service completely in favor of providing a free and easy way for any web developer to quickly load […]
KCFinder is an alternative to the CKFinder web file manager. It can be integrated into FCKeditor, CKEditor, and TinyMCE WYSIWYG web editors (or your custom web applications) to upload and manage images, flash movies, and other files that can be embedded in an editor’s generated HTML content.
jMediaelement is an HTML5 audio / video development kit with Flash and VLC Fallback, which focuses on flexibility, intuitive DOM-API and semantic code. jMediaelement is an extreme flexible script, which let’s you write your own media player with your own semantic control markup, distinctive style/UI behavior and your own powerfull featureset.