A really interesting question was asked recently on Answers, discussing the importance and relevance of CSS validation. It would be interesting to discover how much stock developers actually do put in to it, or, is it more important to focus on the actual page being able to function? We would love to hear from you.
CSS Frameworks are those marvelous and innovative tools that will speed up your web development process by taking care of the multitude of repetitive processes you would have to cover for every project, and on top of that, they (mostly) take care of any cross-browser compatibility issues. They have also never been as popular, with new frameworks cropping out from week-to-week. As such, in this design news round-up we have selected our favorites from recent months.
Slideshows and image galleries are all the rage at the moment, there are loads of new techniques, plugins and tutorials cropping up everywhere. In this design news round-up we have chosen our favorites from recent weeks.
CSS which stands for Cascading Style Sheets is a language to give better look and feel to the pages created on any markup languages like HTML, XHTML, and XML etc. CSS was first introduced in December of 1996. The purpose to launch the CSS is to make the presentation of the HTML and XHTML pages more attractive, easy and understanding. HTML here stands for Hyper Text Markup Language which was first launched in 1991, and was introduced by Berners-Lee. So from 1997 onwards these both the languages works together to make websites more perfect and eye catching. At present there would not be any website on the web which would not be using CSS, whether it is using HTML or XHTML or XML or any other markup language, it’s the different thing. But thinking about the website without the work of CSS is second to impossible.READ MORE
For today’s design news we have highlighted some fresh tools and resources for all you web and app designers out there. There are a couple of tools to help with any CSS3 and HTML5 development issues you may have, there is a marvelous new technique for styling buttons, and finally, and perhaps the coolest of all,some time saving iPad actions for Photoshop.
Sometimes to get your development juices flowing you just need a meaty project or an in-depth tutorial that you can sink your teeth into and lose yourself for a few hours in coding bliss. And that’s what we have for you today, three tutorials that will satisfy your code craving! They are not only roll-up-your-sleeves and put-on-a-pot-of-coffee good but they will also introduce you to some of the latest CSS3, HTML5 and jQuery techniques.
It is always impressive how many useful and free web apps and tools there are for web designers, and today’s fresh selection is just that – very impressive. The Aloha Editor is especially impressive, with its unique live editing features. And there is also CSS3 Pie which will make all CSS3 properties viewable in all versions of IE (it really does!). If you have the time we recommend you take a look at these tools.
When I was first introduced to CSS, my mind exploded with possibilities that CSS created, which lead to thoughts of what it could provide me as a web designer. CSS provided the bridge between web designers and web developers. We have all seen situations where a developer created almost the perfect website, yet it didn’t have the appeal that a good front end designer could present. Now with CSS, you could have both in a seamless creation of perfection.READ MORE