This invaluable page, that list any kind of CSS hack for any kind of browser combo you might imagine, and also shows to you which apply to the very browser you’re visiting it from, by Jeff Clayton, is a mandatory bookmark and go-to resource when a CSS hack is needed, period.
Old saying: If you never tried to center vertically a text, you know nothing about CSS CSS tables are the main instrument that browsers, since IE8 included and above, make available to perform basic typographical operations such as center a text vertically inside of a container without knowing the height of the container nor the bulk of the text in terms of … Continue reading CSS table, WebKit, Blink and the missing pixel with width 100%→
The FrontEnd team of Venere.com in mid November took off for Paris to attend two dotConferences organized in spectacular locations, with high level speakers and contents that have proven to meet expectations, in short an experience worth to be repeated. dotCSS Despite the important role that CSS plays in the construction of modern web applications the conference, held in November 14th, had difficulties in finding … Continue reading DotCSS && DotJS conferences @ Paris 2014→
Checkboxes are a fundamental element for web form, they are often needed to allow users to manifest their agreement to terms & conditions of services, making them a mandatory element to allow a registration or a purchase. The HTML element belongs to the family and it has the advantage/disadvantage of being styled and managed differently based on the operative system … Continue reading UX for fat fingers, increasing checkbox tappable area→
ForwardJS keynotes of Christian Heilmann (@codepo8) addressing the growing complexity of frontend development technologies and how important it is that we keep the initial barrier low to make the web accessible to new developers and publishers as well. Many new IT users land directly on smartphone with they’re closed apps environments, how can we bring the web to these new users?
Many years were needed for developers to abandon tables as a mean to construct web pages layouts and switch to more semantically meaningful elements combined with CSS, but the bad side-effect of the awareness campaign for building flexible layouts with style sheets was the complete demonization of HTML tables and the CSS properties that allow to access … Continue reading CSS table, basic structure for a typical mobile app layout→