I recently updated the articles on @font-face that are on the companion site for my book Stunning CSS3. In doing so, I also discovered border-image isn’t working in Firefox, and I can’t figure out how to fix it.
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Download the slides for my presentation on The Future of CSS Layout for the Future of Web Design NYC 2012 conference, as well as get links to related resources on flexible box layout, new CSS3 layout-related modules, and other float-alternative layout techniques.
Download the slides for my presentation on Building Responsive Layouts for the Responsive Web Design Summit 2012, as well as get links to related resources on fluid layouts, media queries, and other responsive web design techniques, tools, and inspiration.
Download the slides for my presentation on CSS3, Media Queries, and Responsive Web Design for the STC Summit 2012, as well as get links to related resources on media query and responsive web design techniques, tools, and inspiration.
Download the slides for my presentation on CSS3: Using Media Queries to Improve the Web Site Experience for indieconf, as well as get links to related resources on media query techniques, tools, and inspiration.
A few links to handy articles from 456 Berea Street related to CSS and accessibility: using list-style:none, using display:table, and styling buttons to look like links.
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.
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 giving away two copies each of my two books. Use them together to learn all about how to make responsive web designs.