CSS image-set in Webkit (Safari/Chrome)

Safari 6 and Chrome 21 added vendor-prefixed support for the proposed CSS4 image-set specification. This proposed specification is designed to support displays with different pixel densities (read: retina displays). background-image: url(image.jpg); background-image: -webkit-image-set(url(image.jpg) 1x, url([email protected]) 2x); /* Also include other prefixed versions of this … */ background-image: image-set(url(image.jpg) 1x, url([email protected]) 2x); Safari 6 and Chrome […]

jQuery Transit

jQuery Transit is a plugin for to help you do CSS transformations and transitions in jQuery. Include the plugin and you can use code like this to perform transformations: $(“#box”).css({ x: ’30px’ }); // Move right $(“#box”).css({ y: ’60px’ }); // Move down $(“#box”).css({ translate: [60,30] }); // Move right and down $(“#box”).css({ rotate: ’30deg’ […]

IE10 CSS Support

The following W3C draft standard features match these criteria and IE10 now supports them in their unprefixed form: Gradients (CSS Image Values and Replaced Content) CSS Animations CSS Transitions CSS Transforms font-feature-settings property (CSS Fonts) Indexed Database API Timing control for script-based animations (requestAnimationFrame) IE10 also supports the following W3C draft standards in vendor-prefixed form. […]

GPU Accelerated CSS Filters in Chromium

img { -webkit-filter: sepia(100%) contrast(200%) blur(5px); } The current set of supported filters in Chromium include many that are familiar to web developers with image processing experience, such as sepia, saturation, opacity, and blurs. GPU acceleration of these filters brings their performance to the point where they can be used for animating elements in conjunction […]