Firstly, I would like to say a few words about browsers. This code works on such modern browsers as: FireFox, Safari and Chrome. On approach such browsers as IE10 and super secret new Opera.
Secondly, I want to notice at once that I will describe exactly the process of animation, but not drawing on CSS3. For the future I have a different plan, it is to do very beautiful picture, on CSS. Oh yes, it became not so boring, since the developers from safari gave up the old standard of linear – gradient (good bye, color – stop, from, to, 0 0) and Opera at last began to support radial – gradient (the last thing happened relatively a long ago).
At first I thought of creating a simple stop-watch, with pointers only, but it is very boring.
You don’t get any drive and a feeling of mechanism, when you see two pointers hurrying on a monitor. From the other side I remembered how once I did a sort of odometer, for the path passed by a mouse. And suddenly, a brilliant idea came into my head.
Quite recently I’ve decided to try CSS3 features in operation. To look at what they are suited for in reality. My look fell on the well known galleries of fancybox etc. In other words, I’ve decided to do the similar js gallery, but only on clean html+css.
In this video I demonstrate how to use the object expand feature in Adobe Illustrator to create outline (fill) shapes around your logo. A cool feature that you might use when creating logos.
This video tutorial gives you a brief overview about the main main layout features in Adobe Fireworks CS5. After you have seen the tutorial, you will know why Fireworks is the no. 1 layout tool for the web, like InDesign is the no. 1 layout tool for print. And you will no longer compare Fireworks with Photoshop or Illustrator.
Tutorials like these are good because it demonstrates a wide variety of tools and techniques that can be used in Adobe Fireworks when creating graphics for your web projects.
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Los Angeles, CA
Nice tutorial on creating css3 animation menu like on this site http://blog.syncode.co.uk/