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The click event is quite simple and easy to use; you listen for the event and run code when the event is fired. It works on just about every HTML element there is, a core feature of the DOM API.… The post When a Click is Not Just a Click appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter.
Thanks to Spotify's 2015 campaign, Duotone, an old-time technique that is used to boost monochrome images with the help of applied tonal ranges and different colors to a particular part, has become increasingly popular. This year it has established itself as a fresh trend. While traditionally the solution brings about pretty dull and gloomy pictures...
Today we're bringing you a collection of the best business flyer templates to help you design professional flyers to promote your business and upcoming events. Flyers are an important part of promoting a business. Whether it's a business conference, a networking event, or even promoting a service, you need a perfectly designed flyer to attract […]
I've been a web developer for 15 years, but I'd never looked into accessibility. I didn't know enough people with (serious) disabilities to properly understand the need for accessible applications and no customer has ever required me to know what ARIA is. But I got involved with accessibility anyway - and that's the story I'd like to share with you today. At the Fronteers Conference in October 2014 I saw Heydon Pickering give a talk called "Getting nowhere with CSS best practices". Among other things, he made a case for using WAI-ARIA attributes like aria-disabled="true" instead of classes like .is-disabled to express application state. It struck me then and there that I was missing out on a few well-prepared standards, simply because ARIA belongs to that accessibility space that I had no idea of. The post Making Accessibility Simpler, With Ally.js appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
The North Meets South podcast, hosted by PHP community members Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda, has posted their latest episode - Episode #47: Reinventing form controls, typing ahead, and converting MySQLi to Query Builder In this new show Jacob and Michael return after a hiatus during the summer to talk largely about accessibility in applications (including forms and the overall UI) and updating the Query Builder to work with MySQLi versus MySQL. You can listen to this latest episode either using the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 of the show. If you enjoy it, be sure to subscribe to their feed and follow them on Twitter to stay up to date on when new shows are released.
VSCO is one of the most popular apps for adding effects and editing photos for Instagram and social media. But what if you want to achieve a similar effect using VSCO style Photoshop actions? We handpicked a collection of VSCO-inspired Photoshop actions you can use to easily recreate the same effects of the VSCO filters […]
Recently we have seen the popularity of script fonts rising, and there are many available. However, if you don't use the Adobe range of software or other costly programs, you may find that you cannot access all the glyphs that are included. This is where Font Bundles comes in - all their fonts are PUA...
Photoshop actions are quite useful when optimizing photos, applying effects, and editing graphics. For this collection, we’ve handpicked some of the best free Photoshop actions you can download and use with no price to pay! Whether you're a professional designer or a complete beginner, Photoshop actions can help you save a lot of time. Simply […]
Fonts come in all shapes and sizes, but when it comes to poster design, there are certain types of fonts that can help you make bold statements and attract attention. In this post, we feature some of the best fonts for posters you can use to create the perfect poster design. It's quite difficult to […]
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