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Making the Web Sweeter with Food Network and Cupcakes

There are two things we know for sure that almost everyone loves: mobile applications and cupcakes. Food Network brought the two together in a beautiful tablet application called, appropriately enough, Cupcakes! (check it out on Apple’s App Store). Cupcakes! is kind of a cupcake encyclopedia, full of recipes, ideas, tips, and of course, inspirational cupcake... Continue reading →

Fragmentation of masked and clipped content – Part 2

The first part of the article “Fragmentation of masked and clipped content – Part 1” described possible scenarios how a clipping path can be broken into different fragments. The demonstrations used the CSS Multi-column layout with equally sized columns. Other CSS layouts like CSS Regions or CSS Overflow allow more flexibility on styling of fragment containers.... Continue reading →

Introducing the New Adobe Web Platform Showcase

Before Adobe’s Web Platform team begins work on a new web standard — whether it’s contributing to a specification or actually implementing a feature — we take some time to really understand the specific problems we’re trying to solve. Additionally, after a feature has been prototyped, we spend more time validating that it works the... Continue reading →

CSS Shapes in Last Call

The CSS Working Group published a Last Call Working Draft of CSS Shapes Module Level 1 yesterday. This specification describes how to assign an arbitrary shape such as a circle or polygon to a float and to have inline content wrap around the shape’s contour, rather than the boring old float rectangle. A Last Call draft... Continue reading →

We <3 Blue Beanies!

By Arno Gourdol Today we celebrate web standards by donning a blue beanie. The tradition started a decade ago, inspired by the cover of Jeffrey Zeldman’s Designing with Web Standards.  While the technologies at the core of the web platform – HTML, CSS, SVG and  Javascript – evolve and keep improving, embracing web standards remain more important than... Continue reading →