If you want to blur stuff with CSS (plenty of reason to do so), this is a must read article.
Firstly, I’d like to thank you (again) for all your support; for all tweets, retweets, likes, pluses, emails, direct messages and what have you; I appreciate it (please keep doing it).
This week’s hot topic is SVG (and I have a feeling we’ll be hearing a lot more about it in weeks to come). Other than that, you’ll find a couple of very valuable tips and tricks in this newsletter issue.
Here it is, the best of CSS in a past week (or so):
Yes, you heard it right; it’s possible to add gradients to text (unfortunately, at this time only in webkit browsers).
Transform-origin doesn’t work exactly the same on HTML and SVG elements. What exactly is the difference, you’ll find out in this very article.
Ever wanted to mix percentages and absolute values? Or different sizing units? Now you can. (Browser support is actually pretty good.)
This interesting piece is all about animations.
You can actually create functional and practical design wonders with CSS3; this is the proof.
An incredibly useful tip if you’re doing responsive design (and you should be doing it).
Until next week
That’s about it for this issue. I hope you’ve enjoyed it and maybe even learned something.