Tag: HTML

Ideas Behind Responsive Emails

Say you’ve designed an HTML email with 3 columns. Because of limited and weird CSS support in email clients, email design is done with tables. That 3 column design looks great on large-ish screens, but it squishes awkwardly on small screens. Theoretically a media query would save us here, but as we can’t even count on floats we sure can’t count on those. There is still a way though. In this article, I’m just going to poke at some ideas around responsive email. These are not robust, production-ready ideas, I just thought it was fun to think about. It was inspired by listening to Fabio Carneiro speak recently. Fabio works for MailChimp doing all this hardcore email layout wrangling and shared some of the ideas behind responsive …

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Ideas Behind Responsive Emails

Friendlier HTML Form Controls with CSS Magic

Friendlier HTML Form Controls with CSS Magic Forms, MIT License Leave a Comment WTF, forms? provides friendlier HTML form controls with a little CSS magic. Designed for IE9+, as well as the latest Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. The file input is the most gnarly of the bunch. They wrap the input; in a label; so the custom control properly triggers the file browser. They use :after to generate a custom background and directive. It’s an entirely custom element, all generated via CSS. Requirements: CSS Demo: http://wtfforms.com/ License: MIT License Share Tweet Sponsors subscribe to our newsletter – weekly free resouces for web developers Subscribe follow us on social sites – rss, facebook, google+, Twitter Related Resources Ajax or Flash Version of Yahoo…

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Friendlier HTML Form Controls with CSS Magic

Quick Tip: How to Use HTML5 “Picture” for Responsive Images – Tuts+ Web Design Tutorial

Images are notoriously one of the most challenging aspects of responsive web design. Today we’ll look at how the “picture” element, a solution to the problem of responsive images, can be used right now. First, the Problem The days of fixed-width, pixel perfect website design are well and truly behind us. In the present day of widescreen monitors, internet TVs, multiple sized tablets and smart phones our designs now have to cater for everything from 320px wide up to potentially as high as 7680px wide. Along with this multi-resolution landscape comes a need for images to stretch or shrink to fit these wildly varying requirements. This can prove to be something of a problem given that, with the exception of vector graphics, the vast …

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Quick Tip: How to Use HTML5 “picture” for Responsive Images – Tuts+ Web Design Tutorial

How to Add Buttons in WordPress Without Using Shortcodes

Most people are not familiar with HTML/CSS. This is why WordPress plugins are so useful for adding tables or buttons. There are lots of plugins out there which allow you to add buttons to your posts and pages using shortcodes. But those shortcodes are difficult to remember and hard to configure. In this article, we will show you how to add buttons in WordPress without using shortcodes. First thing you need to do is install and activate the Forget About Shortcode Buttons plugin. Please note that this plugin requires WordPress 3.9 or higher. If you are using an older version, then you need to update WordPress to use this plugin. Once you have activated the plugin, simply create a new post or edit an existing one, and …

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How to Add Buttons in WordPress Without Using Shortcodes

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