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Zulkarnain K.

CSS Arrow Please - 10 views

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    There are web-based generators for almost everything; stripes, buttons, forms, loader icons, etc.

    CSS Arrow Please focuses on another niche; yes, totally CSS-based (no images) arrows.

    This CSS trick is great for using in tooltips, the generator offers multiple options for customization (the position, color and border values) and auto-creates the related CSS code.
Zulkarnain K.

Prefixr - 8 views

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    Cross-Browser CSS in Seconds.
yc c

BonBon Buttons - Sweet CSS3 buttons - 10 views

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    There was a goal: Create CSS buttons that are sexy looking, really flexible, but with the most minimalistic markup as possible.
yc c

Understanding border-image | CSS-Tricks - 6 views

  • Strangely, the percentages require the “%”, while pixels should be listed without the “px”:
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    The new CSS3 property border-image is a little tricky, but it can allow you to create flexible boxes with custom borders (or drop shadows, if that's your thing) with a single div and a single image. In this article I explain how the border-image shorthand property works in today's browsers.
Vernon Fowler

Compass Home | Compass Documentation - 4 views

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    Compass is a stylesheet authoring framework that makes your stylesheets and markup easier to build and maintain. With compass, you write your stylesheets in Sass instead of CSS. Using the power of Sass Mixins and the Compass community, you can apply battle-tested styles from frameworks like Blueprint to your stylesheets instead of your markup.
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