A collection of patterns created with CSS3 gradients.
Tic Tac Toe with :indeterminate and :checked (Firefox, Opera Next, Webkit Nightlies and IE9).
A slide show system which requires a modern browser.
Rainbow dividers done with CSS3 animations.
If you don’t, perhaps no one else will.
Lea Verou's presentation at the Frontend Conference Zurich 2011.
“If you really want a background to be printed, do it with box-shadow: 0 0 0 999px yourcolor inset; instead. Looks like browsers keep those.”
Lea Verou's new approach to JSFiddle.
“It's infuriating how WebKit breaks feature detection with their lame cheating. There are three kinds of lies: Lies, damned lies and WebKit.”
Any feature that doesn’t exist in a specification is not CSS3.
A proposal regarding animation-direction in CSS.
Reducing the amount of code for CSS animations.
Another technique with its own advantages and drawbacks.
Rebuilding the effect with CSS animations.
“I find it counter-productive that CSS in most jobs is assigned to designers.”
“I wish we had a Trolling test, which would work like the Turing test, but it would tell humans from trolls, instead of humans from machines.”
What’s possible with the ‘resize’ property.
Issues with refactoring jQuery scripts due to dependencies.
What you can start to do with conic gradients.
Tutorial with demos.
A neat trick if you need multiple versions of a property.
“Expecting speakers to make a whole new talk for every conference is like expecting singers to compose a new album for each concert.”
“The more things you have to special case, the worse your code is. And that applies to both CSS and programming.”
The benefits of HTML APIs.
“Few things in life compare to the pleasure of fixing a bug by removing code.”
Pros and cons of two new ways for doing responsive tables.
Utility to refresh all stylesheet on the current web page.
Let’s get access to about 50% more colors!
The revolutionary possibilities for collaboration and code reuse.