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The Happy Bit is a web and digital agency. The design is focused on simplicity and readability, with particular attention to its responsiveness and adaptability towards different devices.
Originally posted on thehappybit.com When designing using text, no matter if it's for print or the Web, one vital thing to do is to ensure that the design stays harmonious in every aspect. The best way to do so is quite possibly using a so called typographic scale, which means giving text portions precise, regular and linear dimensions, based on the hierarchical relationships they hold with other text elements. This has been long known, of course, and we're not bringing anything new to the cause. But being the Web one of our domains, we felt like managing the typographic scale in CSS could be done better, and in an easier, sort of automat
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http://thehappybit.com/2012/02/jquery-html5-placeholder-plugin/ The plugin adds cross-browser support for the HTML5 placeholder attribute functionality. USAGE In order for the plugin to work, insert the following code inside your $(document).ready function: $.placeholder(); CUSTOMIZATION The plugin comes with two customization options: $.placeholder({ 'className': 'placeholder', 'attrName': 'placeholder' }); The className parameter lets you pick the class which is toggled on the input element that has the placeholder attribute specified. The attrName parameter lets you choose which attribute to look for. For instance, you could
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http://thehappybit.com/2012/01/considerations-about-css-frameworks/ As front-end developers, knowing the instruments of our profession is crucial. As when developing, as in our daily fights with browsers discrepancies, just a little time should be devoted to all of those activities that are repeated, or that can be standardized. This is also the case with CSS frameworks. There is plenty of them out there, most of them are solid and useable out of the box, none of them will probably satisfy you one hundred percent. As good as a framework can be, it'll always come up short at suiting your specific needs and it'll likely have to be tweaked a
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Great Work thehappybit!