Category Archives: Web Design

web-design, css

Css starter pack

Thanks for Keran McKenzie’s courtesy for sharing his latest useful find. Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.

Category: CSS

HTML5 Fragmenting Already

If you are in the web design industry, you are most likely suffering cross browser compatibility issues in HTML4. It is a luxury dream of every web developer to write once and run on any browser, and certainly we hope that we have learnt our lesson and not suffer again in HTML5. History tells us,… Read More »

Firebug 1.6.0 released

Overview of Firebug 1.6 Firebug 1.6 supports Firefox 3.6 Console and Command Line Command line available on all panels New API for the console object: console.table() Console allows to filter its content Improved auto-completion now the best of all Logging of cut/copy/paste events Support for XPath console logging Descriptive background colors for console messages HTML… Read More »

How well does your favorite browser supports HTML5?

Take a test here I ran a few tests again different browsers installed on my computers: (scores out of a total of 300 points) Windows XP / Ubuntu 10.4 IE7: 12 points IE8:  27 points Latest Firefox: 139 points Chrome 7: 231 points Android 2.2 Hero Stock browser: 127 points iOS 4 IPhone 3G Stock browser:… Read More »

Problem: JQuery scrollLeft + Chrome + Hidden Div

When I was writting a modal carousel album display, I was having a strange problem with JQuery scrollLeft in Chrome: I had a div with css set to overflow:hidden and using jquery’s scrollLeft function in order to scroll the thumbnails, everything works, however, if you close the modal (setting the div to display:none), the scrollLeft value change back… Read More »