Can you imagine coding newsletters without using the <table> tag and inline CSS styles? Or using modern CSS3 technologies? Or using SVG’s? Sci-Fi!
When speakers like this appear at WebExpo Prague, it is always a pleasure. I will tell you why Rachel Andrew is a must-see for every front end developer.
Harry Roberts (@csswizardry) is one of the most interesting speakers on the upcoming WebExpo Prague conference here in Czech Republic. I took the opportunity and asked him a few questions…
Introducing updated guide to flexbox, now with six richly illustrated chapters. You can read it online for free.
We are used to making mobile menus so they do not fit the mobile screen. This is why we are hiding them and providing a switch for them. This is the state of mind of the current web developers.
Bootstrap 4 is coming, among other things, with substitution for Normalize.css. Its own browser defaults unification code, Reboot.
Here, you can learn flexbox basics such as: combining units, vertical centering of a box with unknown height, changing the visual order of items and formatting navigation with an unknown number of items.
This is an excerpt from the e…
There are five available strategies: zero or defined fallback, feature detection or polyfills, and the special category of so-called generated fallback.
This is an excerpt from…
You can choose from several fallback strategies: zero fallback, feature detection or defined fallback.
This is an excerpt from the e-book on CSS3 and web UI development — CSS Mine.
Like any profession, development of web interfaces reflects changes in the environment in which they operate. Recent changes can be summed up in eight points.
This is an excerpt from the e-book on CSS3 and web UI…