How many of you found interesting information online and want to save it for later? Easy to say, but often harder to do. Sure, you have couple of options available like taking a snapshot of the page and saving it as an image file or you can use print command in your browser. This second option is often faster and does not require anything else then browser and place to save the file (pdf document). This is the time when print stylesheet comes into play.
When it comes to programming, you can safely split the beginners from experienced professionals just by looking on their code. Like with any other professions, the better you get the more you will change the way of your work according to your personal style. You can check this fact in any field.
If you never approached any preprocessor, don’t worry i will explain what they are and how they work. There are many CSS preprocessors you can use. For example Sass, Stylus or LESS. Even they might differ from each other in syntax, they all share common philosophy – DRY – Don’t Repeat Yourself. Their goal is to help you by making your workflow easier and more managable.
Many starting Web Designers are doing one almost special mistake. The ask their clients for numbers before they tell them. This is occur most often when Designer is beginner and got his first client (maybe second). Since this mistake can cost you a lot of money and also – from psychological view – your reputation, we will talk about this subject more today.
Today, we will take a look at this new module of CSS. CSS filters are very powerful tool you can use to create various effect on your website. If you already have any experiences with Adobe Photoshop, you will probably immediately recognize how similar they are to the filters in this graphic editor. Thanks to this, they will become familiar to you in short time. Let’s take a closer look at this amazing technology …