A nice little most complete CSS Reset snippet. /* * AlienDev’s CSS Reset * Author: Michael Youngblood (AlienDev) * Source: http://www.aliendev.com/programming/snippet-friday-programming/my-css-reset-snippet */ html, body, div, span, applet, object, iframe, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, blockquote, pre, a, abbr, acronym, address, big, cite, code, del, dfn, em, img, ins, kbd, q, s, samp, small, […]
Today’s code snippet is a vital piece of rapid development. We all know that if we want to work quickly, we need to have a toolbox with our default start code. The files we start out with are very important if your trying to work efficiently. I wanted to take the time today to gather your attention on Less Framework 4. Less Framework is a grid system for designing adaptive layouts and includes a css reset. I have started using this as my default go to start for any new primary css files.
We can all complain and yell about IE or the lack of cross browser support. The fact remains that we all have one thing in common, we still conform to the rules. The rules are to make your work look as good as possible in all browsers. Most of us just check whatever versions of Chrome, FireFox, and IE we have available to us. Versions are very commonly overlooked. As you can see by the screen shot I used as the featured image, you can see that version numbers are VERY important.
Hey guys, I found this gem sitting at css-tricks.com. I thought it would be an especially great time to let this one out of the bag. As a developer, I like to leave little things behind. Things that I do not wish to show everyone, but maybe a secret page or something like that. The tripple click event is perfect for that.
It is Friday again, we have yet another Android snippet today. This one is one of those that will help people out in many ways. This one will vertically align a widget for like a progress bar, button, image, etc. Comes in handy when you least expect it.