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CSS Timing Notifications, Animations, and Progress Bars

The article in review did a great job of illustrating and articulating its point on how and when to use animations. The basic fact is that many legacy browsers do not support animations and never will. You need to gauge your audience and see if animations will benefit you in the long run or if […]

Implementing Custom Checkboxes and Radio Buttons with CSS3

Something that has always annoyed me is the lack of customization (without javascript) of form elements. It might have been possible (other than padding) before CSS3, but CSS3 certainly has made modifying these form elements easier. Whether you want to customize the color, look and feel, or just the size of these buttons, you can […]

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