The concept of responsive web design has permeated the web, and become a staple for frontend developers. There’s no denying the value of responsive design in the modern world but there is some difficulty fully understanding how to design responsive layouts properly.
The subject could go on at length because there are so many unique areas of a website but focusing on individual elements can help you better understand the goals of a user, and how those goals can be achieved with responsive design.
With Pokefever in the air all around the world, it’s easier to come across a wild Pokemon than to meet a person who isn’t playing this addictive game. Catching those wild Pokemons, however, can be challenging, especially due to the lack of a clear guide.
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To shorten the learning curve and help you level up along with catching Pokemons, hatching eggs, battling in gyms and doing other cool things, we’ve compiled below the list of best battle-tested tips, tricks and cheats to become a Pokemaster and "catch ’em all.
Did you know that geometric transformations added to HTML elements with the transformCSS property such as scale, skew, and rotate can be animated? They can be animated using the transition property and @keyframes animations, but what’s even cooler is that animated transformations can be taken up a notch with the addition of a little bounce effect, using the cubic-bezier() timing function.
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In a nutshell, cubic-bezier() (in CSS) is a timing function for transitions. It specifies the speed of the transition, and among other things, it can be also used to create bouncing effect in animations.
In this post, first we’re going to create a simple transformation animation to which we later add a cubic-bezier() timing function. At the end of this tutorial, you’ll understand how to create an animation that uses both a fan-out and a bounce effect. Here is the final result (click to see effect).
The shape of the location marker is made up of five (let’s call them) leaves. To create the oval shape of a leaf, let’s use the border-radius CSS property. The border-radius of a single corner is made up of two radii, horizontal and vertical, like shown below.
The border-radius property has many different syntaxes. We will use a more complicated one for the shape of the marker:
border-radius: htl htr hbr hbl / vtl vtr vbr vbl;
In this syntax, horizontal and vertical radii are grouped together; h & v represent horizontal & vertical radii, and t, l, & r represent top, left, bottom & right corners. For instance, vbl stands for the vertical radius of the bottom-left corner.
If you give only one value for either the horizontal or the vertical side, that value will be copied to all the other horizontal or vertical radii by the browser.
To create a vertical oval shape, keep the horizontal radii at 50% for all corners, and adjust the vertical ones, till the desired shape is seen. The horizontal side will use only one value: 50%.
The vertical radii of the top-left and top-right corners will be 30%, while the bottom-left and bottom-right corners will use the 70% value.
Google Rich cards was launched on 17th of May 2016 through a new markup format which is capable of displaying content (movies and recipes as of now) in a more attractive and visually stimulating manner. The main aim is to provide more visually appealing search results for users.
The announcement by Google is to notify the web community about an upgrade for the current Rich Snippets format, which is widely employed in most of the organic "mobile search results" for movies and recipes to a revamped structure, officially named as Rich Cards.
Pokemon Go is a worldwide phenomenon that has been making headlines for the past few weeks and while there are many headlines about Pokemon Go players getting into all sorts of adventures (some of them more troubling than others), many more players have been experiencing problems inside the game.
In this post, we will be looking at some of the most common problems Pokemon Go players face, as well as why the game behaves the way it does, how to resolve the issues quickly and get back to the game.
Countries with Pokemon Go (so far)
Pokemon Go is available in the following countries.