• 201106 Apr

    As we have seen during these past few months, CSS3 and HTML5 have demonstrated that designing is now possible without using graphic programs and relying entirely on code. On today’s tutorial we will show you how to make the fascinating set of frame boxes featured in ThemeShock using pure CSS3 and achieve in the process something that can easily look as any Photoshop work. It’s important to state that these boxes look flawless in Safari and quite great in Chrome, so we suggest you to use either one of these browsers to check them out, now let’s begin this tutorial.

  • 201108 Feb

    Even though we’re definitely living in the Flickr Age (apparently that’s the one that comes right after the Age of Aquarius), there’s still something so lovely about being able to spread a big boxful of photos over my kitchen table. In fact, my favorite screensaver does a pretty good job of emulating this — it’s the one built into MacOS X that grabs photos from your iPhoto library, and scatters them gradually all over the screen in a nice, messy pile.

    Could we achieve this with CSS3 alone? I bet you’re already thinking of ways to make that work. Unfortunately, the versions of Firefox and IE that will support them are still in beta — and even when they do come out, we all know how long it takes the world to upgrade their browsers. For now, let’s look at a hybrid approach…

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