On April 16th, Nick Weaver (@nickweaver) and I gave a presentation at the Madison Web Design & Dev Meetup titled “Responsive Web Design: How the mobile web has changed the way we think and work.” Here’s the slideshow of the presentation for your enjoyment!
Ever wonder when you can use the CSS rule inline-block, or PNG transparency, and what browsers supported? http://caniuse.com/ has a cool list of these and other rules!
The list-image CSS property can get you far when you want to create custom bullets in HTML, but what about performance? CSS Sprites are a great way to reduce the amount of images you need to use to customize your lists.
Sometimes you may want to center a div element within a page, whether vertically, horizontally, or both (dead center). Here’s how you can accomplish all of that using CSS.
Sometimes you may want to load a CSS stylesheet dynamically after your HTML page has loaded and certain conditions are met (for example, if an element with a specific class exists in the DOM). jQuery can help you accomplish that with a few lines of code, helping you save some bandwidth and make your page load faster.