This is an experiment I tried when working on WPMUDEV mobile navigation a while back, basically to make the navigation work with CSS alone. Using :target pseudo-class, this is possible, but of course it won’t work very well on every navigation.
For the sake of this demonstration, I have made a responsive navigation that will scale between smartphone, tablet and desktop.
Applying a background image on table row is a classic issue that never get right, at least not in a first few pages on Google search when I looked on a solution. In fact, the only cross browser solution is to apply the background to the table cells instead. But what happen if you want a repeated background across the table row?
Let’s say you wanted to apply a background to a row that has disabled class.
The solution I tried to made right now is a very simple and basic one. It make use of simple jQuery to catch the click event and switching tabs, as well as the slideshow, the CSS to style it as much as we wanted and a simple HTML markup in one unordered list.
Here I update the CSS Captcha, it is now on 0.2 beta! Thank you for the response of the previous version. While this can work nicely on major new browser, the compatibility with older browser is still minimum. Some mobile browser also haven’t implement some of CSS3 functionality, such as Opera Mini and Opera Mobile. So this is still experimental and shouldn’t be used yet on production website.
This update is merely a security update. The inline style is randomized now, which make it more difficult for bot to read. The order of the character is also randomized. Sure, it still doesn’t prevent the bot to read or make it impossible to read at all, but it should give more difficulty on creating such bot. 🙂
Still, no support for IE browser at all. 🙁
Change log 0.2b:
– Automatically randomize inline style
– Automatically randomize character order
Welcome to my new redesigned blog! It’s been a year and a half since the last time I changed the design. I have always wanted to change it, but I just always don’t have enough time. 🙂 I know I’m not that good enough in designing, but at least, this is the best design I ever made until now!
The idea behind this design is, to make a simple, usable layout and still looks beautiful. There is a lot of tutorial on the web that helped me when making this. I try to make the website small in size, so you’ll able to load it fast enough. There is also a cool trick on the background, which still make the markup small without much wrapping div over div to accomplish the effect. I also realize the importance on social networking nowadays, so I add links to some of my account. 🙂
With coming of the CSS 3, it is now possible to draw using merely HTML and CSS. After seeing some awesome work that can be done with CSS 3, one of my friend suddenly get an idea to create a captcha. Thinking that bot today might haven’t able to pass this kind of captcha, I created this, CSS Captcha. The captcha that didn’t use any image. It just simply using HTML and CSS to draw characters in your screen. I might be not the first one to create this though. 🙂
This article didn’t intend to teach you how to became the jQuery master and I’m far away from a master. It just for the case you didn’t know about jQuery yet and want to start with it, then this will be a good guide for you. If you want a more complete tutorial, go to the jQuery documentation.