You can now create your own CSS creatures by tweeting them to @csscreatures. These adorable CSS cuteness are generated 100% from HTML5 and CSS3 and created by Bennett Feely. You can customize your own monster by tweaking body colors, personalities and more. I’ve created my very own monster in turquoise with huge buckteeth and a happy (with just a tad bit crazy) LOL – mine is the one on the most left! Create one and share yours!
As a web developer, it could get overwhelming consistently trying to keep ahead of the web industry, especially in HTML and CSS. New tutorials and tips are posted everyday. If you are like me, you will find having a definitive list helps. Thanks to Jeffrey Way from tustplus, we now have a list of 28 features, tips and techniques you could use to master HTML5.
Are you now bored with just a static background for your website? How about changing it to a video based background? Background videos usually will be set on auto play and auto repeat without sound, hence just creating some slight movement at the background to entice visitors to stay longer.
While we can’t yet set a video for the background or background-image CSS properties – they can only take bitmaps, SVG images, colors and gradients as values – it is possible to fake the appearance of a background video by forcing it behind other HTML elements. Learn more about the tips and limitations in this article by Dudley Storey.