Category: HTML5

CSS and Images for Retina Displays

I see lots of blurry images out there on websites (and application webviews) designed for retina iPhone/iPad and more recently the new MacBook Pro. These images are not taking full advantage of the retina display’s pixel density. Remember these things… … Continue reading

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Posted in CSS3, Design, HTML5, Mobile, retina display

Chrome has an inset box-shadow bug

Rendering fancy buttons in CSS3 is completely feasible with modern browsers. It’s less expensive on page load and you can accomplish popular button treatments with CSS border-radius, gradients and box-shadows. I was building a button the other day that used … Continue reading

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Posted in CSS3, HTML5