Tag Archive: CSS3


Dominate The Web With The HTML5 And CSS3 Code Bundle [Deals]

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As the web becomes a place where more and more people spend their time reading, learning, and earning, learning to code for the web is a skill that is gaining traction with the masses. No longer is the idea of coding for the web considered an arduous thing to learn. Not only that, but the means that we are able to learn on the Internet give us even more  [Read More…]

Dominate The Web With The HTML5 And CSS3 Code Bundle [Deals]

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As the web becomes a place where more and more people spend their time reading, learning, and earning, learning to code for the web is a skill that is gaining traction with the masses. No longer is the idea of coding for the web considered an arduous thing to learn. Not only that, but the means that we are able to learn on the Internet give us even more  [Read More…]

Incredible! OS X Lion Has Just Been Emulated In Your Web Browser Using Only CSS3

Remember that amazing interactive iPhone we posted about a while back that was made up of nothing but CSS 3 + Javascript, with absolutely no image files used for rendering at all? Yeah, that was pretty impressive. But you know whatís even more killer? How about Roman web designer Alessio Atzeniís spiritual followup, which emulates Mac OS X Lionís boot, login and desktop screens using  [Read More…]

Developer Builds A Virtual iPhone: Pure CSS3, No Images Whatsoever

Here’s something you don’t see every day. It’s one thing when you have an iPhone 4 image and you make it animated on a Web Site with JavaScript, Flash, HTML5 or some other kind of animating code. But it’s a whole new ball park when you actually make the iPhone 4 from scratch with no pictures, no templates, no canvases, but†pure†CSS3 code. That’s right folks, take a good look at the screenshot above – there  [Read More…]

This Amazing Interactive iPhone Was Created Entirely Out Of CSS3 + Javascript

See that iPhone 4 above? If you click here, you can see it in its full, remarkable glory on the website of its creator, HTML5 and CSS3 maestro Vasily Zubach. Why is it so remarkable? Because in its original incarnation, it was accomplished entirely in Javascript and CSS. Thatís right: thereís not a single image file in the whole shebang.   If that doesnít convince  [Read More…]