Here is a quick method for prototyping app books that will run on an iPad. It’s not App-Store ready, in that there is limited interactivity, but doesn’t really require any programming so provides a good way for designers and artists … Continue reading →
This post looks at a way to add a subtle noise effect to HTML elements using CSS. Using this technique is of interest because it doesn’t require use of an image editor, weighs in at just a little over 2K … Continue reading →
In July of 2010 I looked at a quick way to turn a vanilla install of WordPress 3.0 into a easy to use CMS. This post revisits that original article and updates it to make it compatible with changes included … Continue reading →
Here I have another go at tinkering around with background images that fade on hover. This time I’ve used a patterned background and placed vignette-style .pngs over the top which are animated using transition.
When Firefox 4 is released this October, February? browsers that support the CSS3 transition property will make up approximately 30% of the market (providing current Firefox users upgrade). With this in mind, it now becomes viable to consider CSS as … Continue reading →
This post is going to look at a quick way to turn a fresh install of WordPress 3.0 into a easy to use CMS for non-technical clients. It will utilise the new ‘Twenty Ten’ theme that already has some CMS … Continue reading →
Here’s a technique I created a while back that I have revisited and tidied up a bit. It results in a layout that stretches both horizontally and vertically to the browser viewport. It includes a vertical navigation bar where button … Continue reading →
When first learning JQuery I was frustrated at the inability to animate a simple fade-in fade-out on images set using the CSS background-image property. Workarounds involving the appending and fading of additional HTML elements have been around for a while … Continue reading →