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Alpha JPGFor a long Time we have been waiting for a highly compressed image format that allows semi-transparent areas and is available in every browser. Well, it's been here all the time! Reduce page weight by replacing PNGs with semi transparent JPGs. Read on
9 Way SlicingFlash and Illustrator users had the luck to enjoy image scaling with a 9-sliced scaling grid for years. Applying this grid to graphics gives us unmatched scaling flexibility. Here's how to get a hold of this technique in web development with the help of some clever SVG tricks. Read on
4 Way SlicingThis is a method to create highly flexible SVG images from 4 overlappping tiles. Learn it and then never go back to traditional CSS background images again. Read on
ZombieIn responsive design it's not only about how big an image will display and which density we must feed to the browser. The image itself must be adaptive, change its content according to the context. In loose order I will try some not so common adaptive image techniques here. Read on

A blog relaunch was overdue for a long time. Finally did it.
Now it's responsive, red and with robots.

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HTML text warpingFinally the first incarnation of csswarp.js is ready. Now it's possible to have warped text that follows a path even when content is served dynamically. An extensive set of configuration options gives you the ability to control every aspect of your warp.

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SVG CSS sprites offer some possibilities for webdevelopers that are superior to the "classical" CSS sprites. With SVG it is possible to get access to much needed properties like "background-rotation" or "background-opacity" that currently are missing from the CSS spec. This article shows how SVG can give us additional useful CSS tools for our frontend coding tasks.

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traqball 2.0Finally updated traqball.js, my little js lib for gimbal lock free 3d rotation to version 2.0. Impress friends and family with deceleration, easier configuration and multiple trackballs on a webpage.

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Matthew Carter is one of the greatest type designers of all time, creator of Tahoma and Verdana amongst others. This interview ist a must-read for every typophile. Visit Link » Read on