Entries with “layout” tag

An Introduction to CSS Regions

by Chris Mills in Articles

CSS regions is a nascent CSS feature that provides a way for us to completely decouple our content from our layout, flowing specified content containers into layout containers to give us a lot of flexible power. This article provides a basic introduction to using regions and serving fallbacks to non-supporting browsers.

CSS3 Multi-Column Layout

by Molly E. Holzschlag in Articles

Multiple column design that allows text to flow naturally from column to column depending on width and other parameters has proven invaluable in print design, crossing languages, cultures and a range of media. The good news is that now it is coming to web design, courtesy of the CSS3 Multi-column Layout Module. In this article we show you how to get to grips with it.

Creating Web Content for TV

by Patrick H. Lauke in Tv

This guide is aimed at web developers wishing to optimize their web sites and applications for better compatibility with web-enabled/connected televisions, with a particular emphasis on the Opera Device SDK and its functionality.