All Posts tagged as "css"

HTML, JavaScript and CSS - Quick Tips

Following are some quick tips related to HTML, JavaScript and CSS:

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Creating scalable applications with Ionic Framework and Firebase

The Ionic Framework allows developing applications for web browsers, desktops and mobile devices. Ionic Framework applications are written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Apps can be generated from a single code base, which can be accessed from web browsers, Android, IOS and Windows based devices.

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Creating custom playlists for MediaElementPlayer

MediaElement Player is a HTML/CSS Video/Audio player for the web. It is based on MediaElement.js media framework library. Both player and library are available as open source and free of cost under the MIT license.

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Using Prefetch, Preload and Preconnect for speeding page load times

Prefetch, Preload and Preconnect are mechanisms supported by modern web browsers that allow efficient loading of web resources.

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New features in CSS 3

CSS 3 is well supported in all major browsers. Old versions of Internet Explorer such as Explorer 6 support most CSS 3 modules. Modules such as Font Face module are not supported in old browsers.

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New features in HTML 5

HTML 5 is the latest version of the HTML specification after HTML 4.01. The HTML standard is maintained by the W3C.

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Upgrading JWPlayer to version 7

JWPlayer is one of the most widely used video players. It has evolved from a simple video player into a video publishing platform. The latest version 7 of the player is a major upgrade from the last version. Websites that use the old JWPlayer 6 should upgrade to the latest version.

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Customizing Redmine layout

The user interface of Redmine can be easily customizing using the redmine_custom_css and redmine_custom_js plugins.

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