• 201026 Oct

    On Monday, we told you about Rumpetroll, the bizarre web app that turns a regular old chat room into a pool of swimming, talking tadpoles.

    It uses HTML5 Canvas, WebSockets, JavaScript and CSS 3 to power all of the interactions and the front end. So if you have a browser that supports these technologies — currently, that’s Chrome, Safari 5 or Firefox 4 Beta — check it out.

    We pinged team Rumpetroll, asking how they created the unique app. Hans Petter and Hugo Ahlberg, two of the designers, wrote back with some of the technical details.

  • 201028 Sep

    One of the primary challenges that arises when dealing with CSS3 properties is the maintenance of the different proprietary prefixes. At least one solution has been offered to help prevent the so-called “forking” that results.

    I think there is another way to help maintain the various repetitive CSS3 properties. What I’m proposing here will prevent you from having to organize your proprietary properties and will solve the problem of having to repeat the same values over and over again.

    Some of the maintenance issues that arise can be avoided if you use PHP to generate your CSS, and use PHP’s capabilities to abstract multiple lines of CSS3 into a single line.

  • 201027 Aug

    If you are part of the CSS community you probably know that CSS3 media queries will change the way how we write CSS.

    Why is that?

    CSS3 media queries are very handy to target various devices with various monitor (screen) size. With the help of the CSS3 media queries we can have site optimized for iPhone and other mobile devices, with the same solution we can have site optimized for iPad and all other tablets . This CSS solution will be much more cheaper than building new mobile web site something like http://m.somewebsite.com or http://ipad.somewebsite.com .

    Can we start using the CSS3 media queries today?

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