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CSS / jQuery - Why I Love Element Queries & You Should Too! - Hashnode

by decembre & 1 other
For the past three years, I've done a lot of research and experiments related to the idea of style scoping and element queries in CSS. Since experimenting with element queries, I've noticed a big transformation in how I write HTML, and the fine-grained nature of element queries has improved the way I write CSS too. In this article I am going to explain why I love Element Queries and how you can get started easily.

2015

jQuery - Does jQuery .remove() clear out loaded javascript when it is used to remove a script tag? - Stack Overflow

by decembre
No. Once a script is loaded, the objects and functions it defines are kept in memory. Removing a script element does not remove the objects it defines. This is in contrast to CSS files, where removing the element does remove the styles it defines. That's because the new styles can easily be reflowed. Can you imagine how hard it would be to work out what a script tag created and how to remove it? EDIT: However, if you have a file that defines myFunction, then you add another script that redefines myFunction to something else, the new value will be kept. You can remove the old script tag if you want to keep the DOM clean, but that's all removing it does. EDIT2: The only real way to "clean up" functions that I can think of is to have a JS file that basically calls delete window.myFunction for every possible object and function your other script files may define. For obvious reasons, this is a really bad idea.

ramjet

by 84GHz & 1 other (via)
Ramjet makes it looks as though one DOM element is capable of transforming into another, no matter where the two elements sit in the DOM tree. It does so by making copies of the two elements (and all their children), setting a fixed position on each, then using CSS transforms to morph the two elements in sync.

jQuery - TUTO - Iframe - Créer un élément HTML dans le DOM avec jQuery

by decembre
Le sélecteur jQuery est la plupart du temps utilisé pour sélectionner des éléments existant dans le DOM, via une règle CSS. Mais le sélecteur peut aussi créer de nouveaux éléments HTML de manière extrêmement simple ! Voici un petit exemple très simple qui créé un élément div , écrit "Salut !" à l'intérieur, puis enfin ajoute cet élément à la fin de la page web (en l'ajoutant à la fin body) :

2014

Flakes • An Admin UI & Template Framework

by Spone & 1 other
Flakes is an Open Source Design & Frontend Framework that serves as a foundation for internal business applications. Flakes is a combination of CSS Libraries, JavaScript Libraries and Design files that serve as a foundation. Flakes gives priority to function and usability over glitz, it takes a no-nonsense approach to user interface design.

Font-To-Width

by 84GHz (via)
Font‑To‑Width does not scale the font-size. Instead, it chooses a width or weight variant according to what fits best, and then allows for letter- and word-spacing adjustments as needed.

2013

Learn by Doing

by jdrsantos & 1 other
Learn by Doing No setup. No hassle. Just learning.

Einfaches Dropdown oder elegantes Styling

by 84GHz
Eine moderne Website berücksichtigt mobile Endgeräte. In vielen Fällen setzen Webworker dafür auf CSS3-Media-Queries, bekannt unter dem Begriff »Responsive Design«. Auch die Navigation wäre einfach mit CSS zu gestalten, gäbe es da nicht das Problem mit der Hover-Funktion auf Touchscreen-Geräten.

Les pépites du web #2

by LuciferX
Nouvelle fournée pour la 2ème sélection des pépites du web, découvrez de nombreuses ressources de très bonnes qualités ayant attiré mon attention et qui méritent un sérieux coup d’œil.

Les pépites du web #1

by LuciferX
Lancement d’une toute nouvelle catégorie sur le blog, il s’agit d’une sélection de ressources de très bonnes qualités ayant attiré mon attention et qui méritent un coup d’œil.

Browserhacks

by dzc & 3 others
Browserhacks is an extensive list of browser specific CSS and JavaScript hacks from all over the interwebs.

Browserhacks

by Krome & 3 others
Browserhacks is an extensive list of browser specific CSS and JavaScript hacks from all over the interwebs.

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