Save load time and keep visitors from waiting for their image on hover.
No more searching for just the right image, or attempting to create your own using image applications. Gradient can do it in a few short steps.
Join me as we look at Gradient and how it works.
Gradient is available from the MacApp Store. It works with OS X 10.6 or later, 64-bit processor.
Have you ever wanted to take all the custom css and consolidate it? In this video tutorial we show you have to take all the css common to all pages of the Rapidweaver web site and place it in an external stylesheet. One change to that sheet will effect all pages of the site you specify.
In this video tutorial we will show you have to make adjustments to colors and the size of the accordion to suit your site.
Link to Developers Site – Click Here
You can get all the CSS and the unordered list at the link above.
In our members Tooltip Tuesday special we look at how to create our own custom styles for our tooltips.
You will want to download the Show Notes so you have a copy of the code I use during the cast. I’ve also included the full qTip script so you can take a peek under the hood and see the built in styles.
So let’s get started and get creative…
In this follow-up tutorial we look at positioning without a theme applied. This helps in understanding the process. It can get confusing knowing how and when to use which one. Static, Relative, Absolute and Fixed explained, shown and a great site to go to for more.
A look @font-face. How it works to make available fonts to the viewers browser that are not “web safe”.
This works well but is not a simple, one set of css for all browsers. We cover not only the css to make this work but some issues for the future.
In one part I try to target the Title of the site in the theme. I use #pageHeader and it should have been #title. Kept the “wart” in the cast.
Letterpress Technique in RapidWeaver
Letterpress is an industrial print that made its way into web design using images to accomplish the same effect.