Internet Explorer 7 has a bug where, when it redraws the text of buttons after scrolling them out and then back into the viewport, lines of pixels are missing from the text. I can’t figure out a fix and need some help.
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You should be able to remove the default inner shadows on text field inputs in Safari on iOS using
-webkit-appearance, but a couple bugs with the property reduce its usefulness. Luckily, you can work around the bugs using CSS3 gradient background images instead.
I’m 30 today. I have a lot left to learn in my life. But here are a few things I do know.
Recordings of screen readers using widgets with and without WAI-ARIA can be a good educational resource for why ARIA is important to accessibility. There aren’t many out there, but here’s what I found.
Media queries let you to feed different CSS to users based on their viewport size (among other things), allowing you to create even more flexible layouts than ever before. See visual examples of real sites that use CSS3 media queries to make the layout more adaptable to the variety of screen sizes and devices in use today.
Download the slides for my presentation on Designing with CSS3 Effectively and Efficiently for Adobe MAX, as well as get links to related resources on CSS3 effects, benefits, and media queries.
Download the slides for my presentation on Effective and Efficient Design with CSS3 for Web Directions USA, as well as get links to related resources on CSS3 effects, benefits, and media queries.
Download the slides for my presentation on maintainable and efficient CSS for Think Vitamin’s HTML & CSS online conference, as well as get links to related resources on CSS development best practices.
Firefox and Webkit support some of the CSS3 multi-column layout propertiesâ€”but not very well. Unfortunately, the spec isn’t very clear about what’s correct. Until the spec is clearer and the browser problems are ironed out, multi-columns are useless to me.
The two biggest things that I came away from SXSW Interactive with were more connections with some really smart and talented people in my industry, and a renewed sense of excitement in my work. Plus, a few tips for SXSW newbies.