Category Archives: CSS

Bulletproof email buttons | Campaign Monitor

Creating the perfect button for HTML emails that supports all standalone and web email clients.  Link to the button builder at the bottom of post. <tr> <td> <table align=”center”> <tr> <td> <!–new button from campaign monitor–> <div> <!–[if mso]> <v:rect xmlns:v=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml” xmlns:w=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:word” href=”@Model.ManageYourBookingUrl” style=”height:40px;v-text-anchor:middle;width:400px;” stroke=”f” fill=”t”> <v:fill type=”tile” src=”https://www.uploadlibrary.com/Destinology/2018/temp/buttonbg.jpg” color=”#923def” /> <w:anchorlock/> <center style=”color:#ffffff; font-family:… Read More »

One File, Many Options: Using Variable Fonts on the Web | CSS-Tricks

In 2016, an important development in web typography was jointly announced by representatives from Adobe, Microsoft, Apple, and Google. Version 1.8 of the OpenType font format introduced variable fonts. With so many big names involved, it’s unsurprising that all browsers are on-board and racing ahead with implementation. Source: One File, Many Options: Using Variable Fonts on… Read More »

Boilerform

Boilerform is a little HTML and CSS boilerplate to take the pain away from working with forms. https://boilerform.design Pattern library: https://patterns.boilerform.design/ Source: GitHub – hankchizljaw/boilerform: Boilerform is a little HTML and CSS boilerplate to take the pain away from working with forms.

What’s New in Bootstrap 4 ― Scotch

In a way, Bootstrap has shaped and driven standards over the years – especially mobile development. It enabled developers to either prototype quick and dirty sites or extend and build completely custom, rock-solid websites. It’s a little crazy to think about, but just 4 years ago when Bootstrap 1.0 first came out, it wasn’t even responsive and… Read More »