Assume your CSS looks like:
color: rgb(255, 0, 0);
To retrieve the color property of the
var color = window.getComputedStyle(
Passing the pseudo-element as the second argument to
window.getComputedStyle allows access to said pseudo-element styles! Keep this snippet in your toolbox for years to come -- pseudo-elements will only grow more useful with broader browser support!
For quite a long time now websites with the so called "parallax" effect have been really popular.
In case you have not heard of this effect, it basically includes different layers of images that are moving in different directions or with different speed. This leads to a...
Kids these days, I tell ya. All they care about is the technology. The video games. The bottled water. Oh, and the texting, always the texting. Back in my day, all we had was...OK, I had all of these things too. But I still don't get...
I'd bet one of the most used MooTools methods is the
setStyle() method, which allows you to set CSS style declarations for an element. One of the limitations of MooTools'
setStyle() method is that it sets the specific style for all medias.
Mobile and desktop browser vendors do their best to help us not look like idiots by providing us autocomplete, autocorrect, and autocapitalize features. Unfortunately these features can sometimes get in the way; we don't always want or need the help they provide. Luckily most browsers allow...