Google have recently updated their HTML5ROCKS site, originally launched in June 2012, with numerous new demos and tutorials for HTML5 and CSS3. The latest update adds, amongst other articles, a tutorial for CSS3 Web Fonts (with @font-face) and a new ‘HTML5 Studio’ – offering a number of live demos for many of the new possibilities offered by HTML5 and CSS3.
Since being updated the site has been causing quite a s.....Read More
CSS3 Please!, produced by Paul Irish and Jonathon Neal, aims to simplify the design process by allowing designers to enter one value, and have this instantly synced and normalised for each vendor-specific prefix, with the corresponding code generated automatically.
The tool offers support for border-radius, box-shadow, linear-gradients, rotation, rgba colors and @font-face,.....Read More
The Webkit team have certainly been busy recently; since we mentioned the introduction of web fonts, they’ve also implemented transformations and animations.
Transformations, via the
-webkit-transform property, allow you to scale, rotate and skew block elements; reader Ain Tohvri has p.....Read More
Released on the 2nd February, the CSS3 Test, created by web standards aficionado Lea Verou, offers a quick and easy way to test and compare browser support for CSS3.
In a blog post accompanying the release of the test, Lea Verou outlines her motivation for building the test as follows:
To motivate browsers to support the less hyped s.....Read More