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CSS3 Transitions And Multiple Transitions

CSS3 transitions have been with us for a little while now thanks to some browser-vendors adding custom transition support. The reason I’m shouting about it now is because it is actually pretty widely supported and it is now getting a point of maturity that means you can actually use it with reasonable confidence. Of course, […]

CSS3 Gradients and Corners

CSS 3 is going to bring some awesome new stuff that will combine excellently with HTML5 to give us an absolutely smashing Internet experience. Thing is, it isn’t here quite yet. Despite this, I just can’t wait for all the new features that HTML5 and CSS3 are going to bring. That’s why I converted this […]

Using CSS Selectors

It has been said about CSS that you can learn it in a day, but it takes years to master. Actually, it isn’t that hard to master if you have the right information to hand. Today I’m just going to dump a load of information on CSS selectors, which is the most common CSS question […]

Google Uses Image Sprites

I happened be using the worlds most popular browser (sic) and I noticed a strange appearance on Google… If you look really closely, below the logo there are three strange lines. I very quick investigation revealed the result, which is the use of sprites on web pages. A sprite is, essentially, all of the images […]