Tag: CSS

Style Changes

Posted on July 20, 2011 in General

I've beefed up the styling a fair bit on the website, especially regarding the menu. The colour scheme is now different; I've gone for more "modest", grey look. The text is now a little bluish, and the the links are darker. So anyway, that's about it for now. I'm hoping to have a bit more to say (or time to write it more like!) in the future.

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Making a 3D Button in CSS

Posted on June 05, 2011 in Tutorials

In this tutorial I'll be showing you how to create a 3D-looking button, made out of pure CSS. The button we'll be building is similar to the button I've used on my project pages. Take note that this uses a number of CSS3 properties, like border-radius and box-shadow. Anyway, let's get into it. The HTML The only HTML code we'll need is a div tag with the proper class: <div class="big-button">Your Text Here</div> If you...

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My Thoughts on Flash

Posted on April 25, 2011 in General

I used to do a lot in Flash. In fact, my first programming language was ActionScript 3. I hacked around for quite some time trying to get Flash to talk to PHP, and eventually figuring out AMFPHP, going on to create the Using AMFPHP tutorial series, and AMFPHP Toolbox. In this post, I'm going to share my current thoughts on Flash, and it's current place in my toolkit. As I said, I used to do...

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Sometimes WebKit Makes a Big Difference

Posted on March 08, 2011 in General

Due to all the awesome features that WebKit has to offer, if you're not using a WebKit browser, some pages can look very different and you don't even know. Take a look at the awesomely constructed under construction (I know, that sounds weird) page at ringshia.com. If you view it in a WebKit based browser (Chrome and Safari are the major ones) you'll see some nice looking text (using text shadows), a background gradient, and...

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