Text that looks ‘imprinted’ aka White Lining?
On certain website’s you’ll see text that looks like it’s been imprinted because of the white lining. Like on this tutorial website: http://tutorialzine.com/2009/11/beautiful-apple-gallery-slideshow/ The text: “A Beautiful Apple-style Slideshow Gallery With CSS & jQuery“. Does anyone know the HTML/CSS code to make this?
15″ Macbook Pro for Web Developers?
Maybe in the near future i would like to upgrade my laptop for a 15″ Macbook Pro.
is it more good to do programming on a mac or should i stick to windows?
Ok I am going to tell you this right now, stay away from Macs. They are overpriced, costly to fix/maintain, have much fewer programs written for this, and Apple is a control freak that makes it difficult to do advanced things on there systems. That said I would also recommend staying away from Windows Vista, it is just horrible. However I do recommend Windows XP, Windows 7, and Ubuntu Linux for programmers for a huge number of reasons. If you are uncomfortable with getting down and dirty with the terminal from time to time then stick with Windows, otherwise check out Ubuntu (its free).
I spent 8 months programming on a Mac running OS X 10.5 and it was a very frustrating experience. I gave it a shot and was left wanting, a lot.
How can I fade my background with CSS or jQuery?
I want to fade my background images, short and simple xD Like on the skullcandy website, how it fades automatically, but I can’t find any results with Google (scary, I know). That’s simple enough, rite? I just can’t find it
The general idea would be to have a stack of images in your background (at least two images) you should be able to use position:absolute and set their left and top to 0, maybe use z-index to keep them at the back. Then have jquery animate their opacity:
‘opacity’ : ’1.0′
Hope this helps you in the right direction.
I had a school project about making a site and those four are the languages I used.
I also have to specify a “bibliography” containing the sources that I used to learn those languages and since “random browsing for information on the Internet to learn the languages” isn’t something good to mention there I need you help.
I need you to list a lot of books (that are existing physically) that help you to learn those four languages.
Ex: “All about HTML by Mike”
Well this is not exactly a book but it is ONE website that does have great tutorials on those… I don’t know if you’ll be able to use it but its worth a try… Http://thenewboston.org/…good luck i guess…
Help with CSS for jQuery Slideshow?
I am trying to make a website slideshow that fills up the entire browser window. Whenever I set the div equal to 100%, instead of the next image pushing the previous image away, the previous image flies away and then the next image appears. I have examples of how I want it to look (with static widths set) here: http://innovationwebs.com/test/sample1.html
And how it ends up looking (with my dynamic widths set): http://innovationwebs.com/test/sample2.html
Thanks in advance!
…and I forgot to actually ask my question. How can I achieve the effect shown in the first example with the width specifications in the second example?
Percentages are referenced to a browser’s viewport size if parent. Children are referenced to parent if inherited.
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