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HTML5 Canvas and arcs of a circle: it’s a piece of Pi.

Monday, August 29th, 2011

This post is for all those confused about the use of radians when drawing circles, and arcs of circles, using the new html5 canvas element. I hope to shed some light on the subject, and give you the knowledge that you need to make use of this exciting new capability. Radians The radian is a […]

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Styling the Tweet Feed Widget Part 2: inline CSS styles

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

If you’ve been paying any attention to my blog you will have seen that I never finished styling the tweet feed widget. The issue was this: there are some inline styles which the widget inserts dynamically. I didn’t quite realise this until I went back to finish off my stying. In case you don’t know […]

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CSS3 Transition and Transform: Spinning Flower

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

This tutorial gives instructions for Safari (Webkit), and the demonstration files include styles for Safari and FireFox4. OK so in the last tutorial I showed you how to make an equilateral triangle with css3. Now you can use this basic triangle to make a flower, or another symmetrical shape, using the css3 attributes transform and […]

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Posted in CSS3, Tutorials, web design | 4 Comments »