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Make Internet Explorer Behave Like Webkit: Chrome Frame

Monday, April 11th, 2011

Now that CSS3 and HTML5 are well and truly here, fixing websites for Internet Explorer has become a more arduous task than most designers are prepared to undertake. Why do I say this? Well, taking a look at the web today it seems that the majority of web designers have simply given up on adding […]

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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 »

Syling the Tweet feed widget

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

Today I decided to log in to twitter, something I have not done in quite a while – until a week or so ago. I had removed the twitter feed widget that I had on my page due to lack of use, but decided to give it another go. One potential advantage of having the […]

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Posted in Tutorials, web design | 11 Comments »