You've all asked for it and now I've added it: Internet Explorer support! Annoyingly enough, the change involves rotate the
back elements instead of just the container. Skip to this section if you'd like the latered Internet Explorer code. IE10+ is supported; IE9 does not support CSS animations.
As you may know, HTML5 has introduced several new input types: number, date, color, range, etc. The question is: should you start using these controls or not? As much as I want to say "Yes", I think they are not yet ready for any real life project. The main reason is inconsistent implementation by different browsers.Read Post View Demo
If you follow me on Twitter, you saw me rage about trying to make
position: absolute work within a
TD element or
display: table-cell element. Chrome? Check. Internet Explorer? Check. Firefox? Ugh, FML. I tinkered in the console...and cussed. I did some researched...and I cussed more. I found the 13 YEAR OLD ticket in Bugzilla...and threw Molotov cocktails into the street. Luckily my whining on Twitter solicited an excellent solution from Andrew McGivery (@andrewmcgivery). Check out the wonky solution that make this work!
Responsive web design is something you hear a lot about these days. The moment I really started to get into responsive design was a few months ago when I started to realise that 'responsive' is not just about scaling your websites to the size of your visitors screen but much more than that.Read Post View Demo
Last week I highlighted five awesome Mozilla technologies that most people have never heard of. Before the Mozilla Summit in Santa Clara, even I (a Mozilla employee) had not heard of a few of them. One of the projects I was most impressed by was TogetherJS, a project created to allow for simple collaborative development between any number of users. My favorite attribute of TogetherJS is that it's so incredibly easy to implement. Let me show you how!Read Post View Demo