Posts Tagged ‘CSS3’

Safari and HTML5

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Last week Apple released a few new pages on Apple.com showcasing the abilities of HTML5 and CSS3. I believe there are 1 or 2 reasons for them doing this. 1. To show the way forward in web design (maybe taking a pop at flash) and 2. For the new upcoming Safari 5 web browser rumored to have a lot of new additional HTML5 and CSS3 features. (more…)

CSS3 Techniques

Friday, March 26th, 2010

A while ago I wrote an article about CSS3 and some of the features that it can perform to allow users to develop more efficient and better looking websites. (more…)

Quick Tip – CSS3 Rounded Borders

Monday, March 1st, 2010

In an effort to keep posting regular content on our blog we will now be providing a Quick Tip Everyday. Whether it be HTML, CSS, jQuery or any other subject, we will now be adding useful simple snippets of code or information that we think you may find useful. (more…)

5 Web Design Trends For 2010

Friday, January 8th, 2010

It’s always hard to predict the future for anything, especially the internet as it continues to move and evolve at a fast pace, with new techniques and technologies being developed to make it more accessible for everyone. (more…)

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Bit Torrent Study Discovers Most File Sharers Are Now Monitored

Ever heard of torrents or used Bit Torrent to download movies, music or shared files over the internet? Researchers have discovered that anyone who does use Bit Torrent to download files over the World Wide Web will most probably be monitored. Studies were carried out by Birmingham University and they have discovered that if someone [...]
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