Tag: css

  • iCheck

    iCheck is a jQuery and Zepto plugin, that makes pretty customized checkboxes for your swanky websites. Very nice.

  • CSS Hat

    When I design, the annoying part of getting my designs in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop on the web, is the export process. It can take a long time to get all the elements in my design exported out as web usable images. Today I ran across 2 useful utilities that can greatly speed the process. CSS…

  • Exceptional Typography

    As with all things on the web, I was surfing around, minding my own business, when I came across some sweet, sweet typographic web design that blew my socks off. Blew them right out the door. I could just give you a few links, but wouldn’t it be better if we followed the links down…

  • Emmet

    Emmet bills itself the essential toolkit for web-developers by speeding up HTML and CSS tasks. Looks cool, may fire it up in Espresso. Update: After using Emmet for a few days, I can honestly say it is incredibly powerful! Seriously speeds up web coding. Definitely needed to refer to the Cheat Sheet.

  • Pure CSS scrolling shadows

    Pure CSS scrolling shadows is a pretty ingenious way to achieve the slick UI effect with almost no overhead — of course earlier versions of browsers may have some trouble.