Replacement for deprecated OL/LI start/value HTML attributes

Posted on 7th September 2009 in CSS, Open Standards | 2 Comments »

As by the HTML 4.01 specification, all attribute definitions of lists, such as ordered lists and unordered lists, are deprecated, meaning that you can’t make a list purely in HTML that would skip some numbers, e.g. 1, 2, 3, 5 skipping 4. Previously you could use start or value attribute to set a value for the list item. Now, as the attributes have became deprecated, any self-respecting coder would expect CSS to kick in with the alternative. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Read the rest of this entry »

W3C Selectors API now in WebKit

Posted on 16th February 2008 in Browsers, CSS | No Comments »

WebKit has introduced another development towards greater support of W3C initiatives – Selectors API, currently in the status of Working Draft. Read the rest of this entry »

CSS transitions

Posted on 7th November 2007 in CSS, Open Standards | 19 Comments »

WebKit has introduced another great feature – CSS animation. It is simply amazing what you can do with CSS transitions combined with CSS transforms.
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Benefits of tableless design

Posted on 31st October 2007 in CSS, Open Standards | 3 Comments »

To emphasize greater use of Cascading Style Sheets — there are few very good reasons to dump endless HTML table structures in favour of CSS.
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CSS3 transforms in WebKit

Posted on 27th October 2007 in CSS, Open Standards | 7 Comments »

In addition to Web Fonts recently introduced in WebKit, there’s now a rudimentary support for CSS transforms as well. As of now you can scale, rotate, skew and translate the boxes in the latest nightly of WebKit.
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WebKit is leading the run for CSS3

Posted on 12th October 2007 in Browsers, CSS, Open Standards | 11 Comments »

Despite Mozilla’s enormous effort to Firefox, WebKit developers have proven their Acid2 compatible framework is flexible enough for the Safari’s latest success to prevail. Newest CSS3 developments show off.
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