And yet another addition to the CSS3 preview section: border-image. While doing this I uncovered what I think is a WebKit bug, not completely sure yet though. [tags]CSS3, border-image[/tags]
After getting some link love from Amber Rhea over at CSSInsider, I updated my CSS3 section. The new page is about text-shadow, and probably doesn’t really belong there as has been introduced in CSS2. However, only WebKit implemented it, so i thought “what the heck”. [tags]CSS, CSS3, text-shadow[/tags]
I’ve added two pages in my css3 preview section: multiple backgrounds and background-size. Both are nice, but multiple backgrounds really rock, since they allow for far easier website building. I really hope these get into some other browsers fast, as these two are only implemented in Safari/Webkit right now. [tags]CSS, CSS3, background-size[/tags]
I added a small new section to the code section of this site: some info about conditional comments. I’ve found them to be very useful, and they’ll be one of the only ways of hacking around IE to remain when IE7 comes to the market, so i’d say: look at them :). [tags]conditional comments, html,…
I updated my CSS 3 Preview section, adding background-origin and background-clip examples. I think i found a few WebKit and Firefox bugs in the process, i’ll have to do some more research on that tomorrow. [tags]CSS, CSS3, background-origin, background-clip[/tags]
According to Hicksdesign, Omniweb 5.5 has gone in public beta. You need to register in the Omniweb public forums, and then view this thread for download info. I will try it tonight, but it apparently has quite a new WebKit, since it includes the Web Inspector, as well as stylable buttons. Very nicely done by…
Nokia has announced on the WebKit blog that they’re moving their browser development over to opensource.apple.com. They have now moved their latest “stable” branch and will soon be moving their development branch. Very, very good news! [tags]webkit, nokia, s60, apple[/tags]
Today, it seems, Google Maps has reached Europe and has driving directions as well. So i can finally show you all where my home town is, and lead you to it :). [tags]Google, Maps, Europe, Nijmegen[/tags]
Dave Hyatt raises a VERY interesting question on the Surfin’ Safari blog. He talks about High DPI Web Sites and how this could be the future of browsing the web. I’ll chew on this one over the weekend.
I saw in my logs that people were still coming to the rounded border preview I made last year, and which I had removed from my site. So I updated it and put it back. I created a CSS3 preview section for it, in which I will add more pages soon.