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Blog / Post tagged: HTML 5

Weather Iconsspeak

Notes : Weather Icons is a set of 19 vectorial animated icons, generated with JavaScript and HTML5 canvas.

March 27th, 2014

Many of the icons have a day and night version and animations effects.

  • Powerful and extremly easy to use.
  • Compact, only 12Kb.
  • Free of external libraries, plain JavaScript, no Jquery, Zepto or any other script library required.
  • Icons names are compatible with the yr.no Api.

» Keep Reading : Weather Icons

iPhone changing Font-Size on Rotationspeak

Design : Keeping font the same size when changing orientation with iPhone and Safari.

February 11th, 2014

I have been doing a loot of web development targetting iphone and ipad, and one of the things you have to work with, is to support rotations.

One thing that has annoyed me a loot is that when you rotate and iPhone using Safari, the font size changes.

In order to avoid this behaviour, we can use the next code:

» Keep Reading : iPhone changing Font-Size on Rotation

Icon Fonts for Webspeak

Design : Displaying Icons with Fonts and Data Attributes.

February 9th, 2012

The normal way of delivering iconography on websites was traditionally the use of bitmap formats such as PNG. They're quick and direct, and they ensure out final results.

The use of web fonts have given us another alternative. By definition, they're scalable and resolution-independent. No need to specify higher resolution graphics for high resolution screens.

Lets see some examples:

» Keep Reading : Icon Fonts for Web