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Dodatkowy odstęp od górnej krawędzi w HTML5

Posted by Tomasz Kuter | Posted in Web design, Web development | Posted on 23-04-2013

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Tym razem po polsku… bo nie tylko po angielsku będę tu pisał ;-)

Swoje pierwsze kroki z HTML5 mam już za sobą i chciałbym podzielić się pewnym zaskakującym działaniem nowych tagów.

Otóż mój przykładowy dokument HTML wyglądał tak:

Przykład użycia SubForm z ZF1 w HTML5

Przykład użycia SubForm z ZF1 w HTML5

Kod źródłowy szablonu tej strony wygląda następująco:

Responsive web design

Posted by Tomasz Kuter | Posted in Internet browsing, Web design, Web development | Posted on 06-04-2013

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Introduction

Yesterday I was watching nice video about top 5 Web UI Design Trends for 2013. In this video Mike Locke discusses about his Top 5 Favourite Web UI Design Trends for 2013 that web designer should be thinking about incorporating into her or his design work.

The showcast is available at:
http://www.mlwebco.com/2013/03/12/my-top-5-favorite-web-ui-design-trends-for-2013/

He talks about following trends:

  1. Websites with Large Background Images,
  2. One-Page Designs,
  3. Websites with Textures and Patterns,
  4. Responsive Web Design,
  5. Flat UI Design Inspiration.
Width: 320px (e.g. Motorola Flipout)

Width: 320px (e.g. Motorola Flipout)

Responsive Web Design

In this post I would like to focus on responsive web design – actually very popular because of high popularity of smart phones and tablets.

Responsive web design (RWD) is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).“
from Wikipedia.org.