Here is an infographic of the differences between web designers and web developers.
This TinyBox modal box script brings a ton of new features and still clocks in under 5KB. The script now supports iframes and images natively. You can POST with Ajax. Clicking ESC will close the window. Callback functions can be passed for load and close events. You can set CSS IDs to override the default styling. CSS position can be toggled between fixed and absolute. The mask opacity can be sent. You have full control over window location. And of course there is now a close button out of the box you can toggle.
The script is now executed by passing an object due to the large number of options. There is nothing to initialize, just call the function on whatever mouse or browser event you like.
This script is tested in IE7+, FF, Chrome, Opera, and Safari and is available free of charge for both personal or commercial projects under the creative commons license.
Codrops shared a news previewer that let’s you show your latest articles or news in a compact way. The news previewer will show some list of articles on the left side and the preview of the article with a longer description on the right. Once a news on the left is clicked, the preview will slide in.
Think Vitamin have made their entire CSS3 Video Training Course free for 24 hours! That’s 51 free videos and over six hours of free video tutorials. They will only be free until Wednesday, March 16th at 11:59pm so watch them now.
These are all the topics you can learn …
- Border Radius
- Border Image
- Basic Box Shadows
- Advanced Box Shadows
- Linear Gradients in WebKit
- Linear Gradients in Firefox
- Radial Gradients in WebKit
- Radial Gradients in Firefox
- Additional Syntax
- 2D Transforms
- 3D Transforms
- Project: Part 1 and 2
- Text Shadows
- Text Stroke
- Overflow and Wrapping
- Font Services
- Complete CSS3 Project: Part 1, 2, 3 and 4
- Basic Syntax
- width and height
- device-width and device-height
- orientation, aspect-ratio, and device-aspect-ratio
- Attribute Selectors
- More Selectors
- Multiple Backgrounds
- Background Sizing
- Origin and Clip
loads.in gives you the possibility to see how fast your (or any) website loads in a real browser from over 50 locations worldwide.
If you have a worldwide audience, or your site is hosted in a different country from where your visitors live, it is useful to see how long it takes to load your web pages. With loads.in you simply enter the full URL of the page you want to check, and the page is retreived by a browser at a random location. For each subsequent check you can choose a specific location and browser profile.
As a result you will be presented with:
- The load time of the web page.
- Snapshots of the webpage at different times during load.
- Errors or warnings if they occur.
- A complete timing break down of all elements of your page in a waterfall chart.
- The possibility to download the timing results in the Http Archive (HAR) format.
loads.in is a unique and free tool:
- Checks your site with real browsers.
- Choose from Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer or FireFox browser profiles.
- Checks your site from over 50 locations.
- Provides snapshots and waterfall charts for each check.
NowJS v0.2 is supported in Chrome, Opera, Safari, Firefox, and IE9. Support for older version of IE is coming.