Is an open-source app modeled after CodeKit. Prepros runs on Windows where CodeKit is Mac only.
Auto-filling forms is nice because it saves time and is less prone to user error. Even better is not even needing to see a form in the first place.
The following is a guest post by Marcel Shields. Marcel in a difficult place where he needed to change the image on a page but didn't have access to the HTML.
Among the many super nice design features of the Yahoo! Weather app for iOS is the transition between city screens.
The following is a guest post by Alex Young. Alex has created a simple technique to "rotate" the subject of a photo simply by hiding and showing multiple stacked photographs taken at different angles.
The following is a guest post by Alessandro Vendruscolo. Media queries are relevant to both CSS and JS.
It would be pretty cool if we could do this someday in CSS. The best idea for it that I've come across is to define it in a <meta> tag in the <head>.
You want X lines of text. Anything after that, gracefully cut off. That's "line clamping" and it is a perfectly legit desire.
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Now that <hgroup> is gone, use a <span> inside the main header, or group them with <header> and use a <p> for the subtitle.