Foundation 3 is built with Sass, a powerful CSS preprocessor, which allows us to much more quickly develop Foundation itself – and gives you new tools to quickly customize and built on top of Foundation. Foundation is the most advanced front-end framework in the world. While the framework works all the way back to IE8, It’s taking advantage of new, awesome Web technology to help you build better and faster.
Smashing Magazine present to you a free set of icons related to education and academia – commissioned by PixelsDaily. The icons are available as transparent PNGs as well as Photoshop PSDs in a size of 128×128 pixels. This icon set is completely free to use for commercial and personal projects, without any restrictions. The icons are released under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
Zebra_Datepicker is a small, compact and highly configurable datepicker jQuery plugin, meant to enrich forms by adding the datepicker functionality to them. This jQuery plugin will automatically add a calendar icon to the indicated input fields which, when clicked, will open the attached datepicker. Users can easily jump between months and years due to the datepicker’s intuitive interface. The selected date will be entered in the input field using the date format of choice, configurable in the datepicker’s options.
A quick tip on how to create some simple timed notifications with CSS animations. The idea is to show a notification with a progress bar for a specific duration and then make it disappear. We’ll use a little progress indicator to show how much time is left before the box disappears.
In this Codrop’s tutorial we are going to create a CSS-only image accordion. We’ll use a nested structure and apply a technique of radio buttons and the sibling combinator in order to control the slides. The idea is to make each item, or slide, “clickable” by overlaying the radio button over the entire slide, and change the position of a child element when clicking on it.