Border-Radius – Circles and Curvy Shapes with CSS3 – It is important to remember that some properties will allow you to achieve effects that aren\’t necessarily stated. It also has the potential to produce some terrific designs using just CSS – no images. border-radius-css3-examples.jpg (5 KB)
The 52framework was started as a way to expedite the process of the usage of the latest standards in web development, and the love of the number 52. The 52framework provides an easy way to get started using html5 and css3 while still supporting all modern browsers (including ie6). 52framework.jpg (5 KB)
Twitter has grown exponentially in the past few months and Still, It’s growing like crazy. Twitter has surpassed Facebook and others to become the fastest-growing site in the “Member Communities” category. Twitter is a powerful marketing and promotion tool that no active blogger can ignore. twitterhacksplugin.jpg (27 KB)
Banhawi’s WordPress IDs , Classes & Tags Referenece wordpressref.gif (23 KB)
CSS sprites are a way to reduce the number of HTTP requests made for image resources referenced by your site so it will increase page loading speed.This post looks at useful tutorials for CSS Sprites. sprites-blue-nav-300×145.gif (20 KB)
We just released our new theme “Simple Magazine Purple”. This theme is a customization of our templates Simple Magazine. Come with features are, magazine style, Category featured area, automation image resizer, Featured post area. We hope you will like it.. Simple-Magazine-Purple.jpg (4 KB)
Listing Category names beside their Description is not something WordPress offers an easy solution to within the codex though it sounds easy enough. WordPress’ wp_list_categories will add the Description to the Category name link as a title tag replacing the default “View all posts filed under CategoryName”. Unfortunately we ran into this issue while building [...]
From mouse events: mousedown, mouseup and click, dblclick, mousemove and finally mouseover and mouseout. Like wasn’t enough the bad css support, IE have a strange way to look at an event object what is working just fine on any other browser.