Posts Tagged ‘CSS’

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Creating jQuery plugins – our own extensions in practice

Today we present another tutorial about creating jQuery plugins, from practical point of view. Creating jQuery plugins – further steps The development of a plugin may be in a way as shown below. We define the elements – options and functions: Let’s do something practical, by adding more code. Example – our own jQuery plugin: […]

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On the border: CSS media queries

Today another article on the border. It’s about CSS media queries, which are very significant, especially in the context of modern web applications. CSS media queries In general, it’s a CSS3 module allowing content rendering to adapt to conditions such as screen resolution. This functionality is actually the core of Responsive Web Design (RWD). Using […]

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Working with LESS CSS

Welcome to the next article from the border of JavaScript and CSS. Today briefly about the tool Less CSS (or CSS/LESS) – JavaScript library, which could help the programmer with CSS. LESS CSS This library introduces a kind of dynamic style sheet language. LESS extends CSS by things known from dynamic languages​​, such as variables, […]

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On the borderline – CSS and JavaScript

Working with JavaScript often is associated with CSS. And thanks to that, we can acquire practice in the use of CSS, even if we don’t deal directly with creating layouts. CSS and JavaScript Good CSS skill broadens our horizons, and helps in developing quick solutions and tricks. CSS For a good start – rotate an […]