CSS has been an integral part of the presentation and layout of websites for many years. Designers and developers use it to control how the page renders, and can even control how certain elements are positioned and styled in certain browsers.
What is CSS3?
CSS3 is an extension to CSS2.1 adding new specifications to the style sheet language. However rather than using 1 large spec sheet like CSS2 they have been divided into separate documents called modules.
When you’ve spent a great deal of time and effort creating an app it’s important that you promote it effectively. If a user stumbles upon your app you must ensure you have a fantastic website with amazing design to entice them. Here are 20 of the best iPad app websites out there:
1. Game Table
Using illustrations and cartoons is becoming common in web design. It’s a great way to make your website stand out from the crowd. Here are 20 of the best websites using cartoons and illustrations:
Apple announced iOS 4.3 today after many months of testing. Some of the changes are relatively minor however some new features have been added. Here’s a quick run down on some of the new features and updates:
This is probably the biggest update which comes in iOS 4.3 and possibly the most useful, it allows you to use your 3G enabled iPhone 4 as a wireless access point so a wireless device such as a wifi only iPad can connect to the internet. It’s almost like a virtual wifi point. While this is incredibly useful unfortunately a lot of carriers are restricting the usage of this feature and some are even charging for it which is pretty underhanded in my opinion. Hopefully the feature will eventually become free.
In this new series of articles we will be discussing the dilemma’s designers often face when creating designs or making new design related purchases. Today we’ll be discussing Apple’s iPad2.
Jewellery itself may be timeless and diamonds may be forever but web design of luxury jewellers changes regularly. Here are 20 of the best jewellery websites out there:
1. Thomas Sabo
Today at the Yerba Buena Center journalists gathered awaiting some big announcements from Apple. Many wondered who would take to the stage given Steve Jobs recent medical leave of absence.
To the surprise of everyone, who takes to the stage first? None other than Steve Jobs himself!
He launches straight into the main event after a few updates about iBooks and iPad apps numbering 65,000 in the app store.
What is responsive web design?
The term originated back in May last year on A List Apart as a way of describing a web design that automatically adjusts itself depending on a variety of factors such as screen resolution or the device used to view the site. Previously to accommodate these variables individual web pages would need be created. However now with a combination of different technologies such as Media Queries it is possible to serve up one web page which will alter itself and move design elements around depending on the available space.