In the past, I worked on several projects looking for a way to deal with custom styled proposed by some good designers to change aspect of form controls like checkbox, radio, file input, etc. As you may know, these elements are historycally not stylable for an accessibility reason. (as I heard). Still. I have a way to style checkboxes and radio buttons… Ready?
The Vintage Washed effect is actually fashionable. The “users” of this effect are looking for an old aspect, they want to give to their photographies a kind of history by giving them an aged appearance, some people talks about an “authentic” appearance. Let see how to reproduce that effect with CSS.
With the WordPress 4.3 version is came a big wave of new topics about widget error on WP. Official and non-official forums are full of this kind of reaction. Indeed, WordPress decided to not support anymore the PHP 4 like constructor, as the official documentation indicated it. (it has been updated)
I use the name “CSS3″ only for its “commercial” aspect. Actually, we will use my two favorite pseudo-elements
:before which are available since CSS2.1. I mean they are available since a long time ago… Demos you see in the demo page are composed with only one unique
<div> and some CSS properties.
“This font is just awesome! I want the same for my new project!”. Yep, it’s happening to me too, sometimes. But I’m not a typographer. When I need to find the name of a typeface I saw, I have two solutions: asking Twitter (so, what?!) or using a tool to help me. And you know what? I found one to help me in that task.