Archive for the ‘browsers’ Category

CSS3: rgba color values!

January 14th 2010

RGBA actually stands for (R)ed (G)reen (B)lue (A)lpha and is used to define colors in your CSS. As you must already know, colors are composed of various amounts of red, green and blue to form the final color. In CSS you can now specify the opacity of the desired color, that’s what the alpha channel […]

CSS3 properties: shadows!

January 7th 2010

Here’s a new series of post in which I’ll introduce you to new CSS3 properties. You might already know about them but have you tried them? Or know how to use them? Stay tuned and be ready when we can widely use them or start right now as it degrade gracefully. In this article, I’ll […]

pointer-events, a property I wish we had now.

December 1st 2009

Mozilla announced it’d support pointer-events in Firefox 3.6. While the specification has apparently been part of SVG for a while, I never really heard of it before today. The pointer-events CSS property basically specifies if the mouse event should be sent to the current element, or the element underneath it. Might not look very useful […]

This tweet got me thinking.

November 16th 2009

Today James Padolsey posted something quite interesting on his Twitter account that got me thinking: Wondering what the client-side would be like if there were multiple languages, not just JavaScript… Not only it got me thinking, but it also scared me. The way it works now is, you download a browser, you deal with what […]