The popularity of mobile devices has increased dramatically within these few years. We need to have the responsive website that transform itself to different screen size and now we have a bunch of JavasScript plugins built and optimized for mobile as well.
When I was searching for these resources, I was having this issue that, whenever I want to view it in my mobile, I need to type the URL manually! I got this inspiration from Cubiq (one of the cool mobile optimized plugin developers), they use QRCode for the demo link, and I just have to scan it with my mobile phone! Saved me heaps of time. So, don't worry, I have put QRCode in every single demo, feel free to play it with your mobile phone.
Most experienced front-end web developers probably already have many CSS3 tips & tricks in this post as part of their CSS coding guidelines, but did you know there are some powerful CSS selectors to target an empty DOM element, HTML elements of a specific type, or maybe any type of element?
More other CSS3 tips & tricks to master yourself:
- CSS3 box-shadow Property Basics
- HTML Button with CSS3: Tiny & Helpful Demo plus Tutorial
- Showcase of Awesome and Stunning Scrollable Websites
- Beautiful and Stunning CSS3 Animation Experiments
But that's not all: Dojo comes another framework called: "Dijit". It contains among others many (fully coded) graphical tools such as calendars, windows fade or even "displayers" to easily organize your site as tabs (for example).
This service will help you create the colorful scrollbars for your web pages quickly, you only choose your favorite colors and click buttons to generate out source code. It is compatible with IE6+, Nescape browsers and will also work in others.