Do your kid a favour, let him/her use the computer. Do yourself a favour, use the computer with your kid. I am sure you will learn a thing or two. Change in technology is not a trend that will pass.
We’ve explored the deep dungeons of CSS before and found that we can access almost anything you see in your browser and shape it to your liking. But placeholder text in forms, that can’t possibly be styled, right? Right! … wrooong! Let me show you how to use CSS to make your placeholders look pretty again.
“Oh my god, it’s so big!!!”
We asked 25 world leading web development experts about when they started coding - and why?
Iframes… Can’t live with them, can’t live without them. Is it just me or anyone else is also wondering why these guys are still being used even though the 90s are long gone? Well, believe it or not - no one has come up with a better alternative for embedding another HTML document into your page since Microsoft first introduced the <iframe> tag in 1997. Not until recently, at least.
If you allow your browser to remember what you write into forms it will pre-fill these forms when visiting again. That's very convenient. But Chrome forces a pale yellow background on all these input elements, likely messing up your design. And that background color cannot be overridden ... or can it?
In a world of darkness, where no CSS standard ruled the world – one man had one destiny: To kill all nasty CSS hacks. Having defeated tables in an epic battle with divs, our hero witnessed a new enemy rise from the ashes. Known as floats, this ruthless enemy left a flaming trail of devastation whenever the people called upon him. But our hero had a secret weapon: the weapon of flex.
Ever scrolled down a website and been amazed that objects doesn't behave like you expect them to? Instead of flowing static content upwards on the screen as we scroll we can now easily animate them in any way. Fly text sideways, zoom in images, fade out objects, and more!