What are CSS3 Transitions?
As with many CSS3 features that have been used as of late, many of them have dealt mainly with stylizing static properties. However, with the new CSS3 transitions, you can now do some really cool transition effects for various elements.0
Gradients have constantly been used for many years in web design, mainly with the help of using gradient image backgrounds. Lately however, with the implementation of CSS3 to numerous current browsers, many web designers are able to render gradients without the use of images and instead allow browsers to render them quickly and much more efficiently.0
Nowadays, many web designers and developers create stylesheets that are long and filled with numerous selectors. Some stylesheets can look bloated and may contain more code than needed. In this case, it’s best to be able to combine certain selectors in order to maintain a more readable and clean stylesheet.0
Tables were once used to style entire website in order to place various elements within a page. Nowadays we have CSS to thank in order for us to create more fluid and stylish websites without being confined to using tables. The problem with old sites that use tables to display content is converting them into divs which CSS can later rearrange in order to achieve the same effect. Converting tables to divs can be a bit daunting at first but I’ll show a different approach to achieve the same results as you would using tables.3
Creating scalable font size on your site can make the overall task of sizing font to fit your website’s needs, much more manageable and easier to handle. I’ll be showing you how to keep a clean and scalable way of changing font size for your entire site by letting you to change just one property.The reason for this is that instead of using pixels, which are static and may not be scaled up on older browsers when the user zooms in and out of your page, we will use relative units that can be changed proportionately by allowing you to change a single property in order to adjust the rest of the font sizes within your page.0