Here’s what you’re most likely looking for – the demo and the source. Feel free to read the explanation while you’re here. Front-end developers are often called on to build UI elements that aren’t entirely original. Whether the cause of this phenomenon is a lack of creativity on the part of designers or a particular… Read more »
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Responsive web design is a type of progressive enhancement that uses fluid grids, flexible-size images and media queries to optimize a website for a users’ specific viewing context. At its core, responsive web design is about adjusting layout, typography and imagery to provide a consistent, device-independent web experience. Fluid grids and flexible size images aren’t… Read more »
If you use FontSquirrel to generate @font-face kits you may have noticed that they abandoned the Smiley method of generating CSS in favor of newer methods like FontSpring or Mo Bulletproofer.