Charles Wyke-Smith

Computers & Technology, Children's Books

Author Profile

Charles  Wyke-Smith

Designer, programmer, author of Web design books. Heads up design and product development for Bublish.

Books

Charles  Wyke-Smith

Alice in Wonderland

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Charles  Wyke-Smith

Raising Capital

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Charles  Wyke-Smith

A Synopsis of The Marvelous Land of Snergs

Children's Books

Two children go on an adventure with Gorbo the Snerg

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Visual Stylin' with CSS3

Computers & Technology

CCS tricks and tips

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Visual Stylin' with CSS3

Computers & Technology

Visual Stylin' with CSS3 shows the latest CSS techniques for creating modern web sites. It covers how to use code, rather than graphic elements, to create rounded corners, text and box shadows, and opacity. There are example of animated transitions and transformations, and many other digital design techniques. It is easy to copy the examples and use them in your own work. I used many of the techniques in this book as I concurrently designed Bublish. Visual Stylin' with CSS3 shows the latest CSS techniques for creating modern web sites. It covers how to use code, rather than graphic elements, to create rounded corners, text and box shadows, and opacity. There are example of animated transitions and transformations, and many other digital design techniques. It is easy to copy the examples and use them in your own work. I used many of the techniques in this book as I concurrently designed Bublish.

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Designing for the Modern Web - Fallbacks

Modern Web browsers are far more powerful than most user realize, with extensive capabilities to provide rich multimedia experiences that include video, audio, local storage and the capability to display visual effects that match the best page layout programs. Older browser, however, cannot support many of these new features, so in the excerpt I discuss strategies called fallbacks that ensure users of modern browsers get the full experience of your site's design, while users of older browser get a less rich, but still acceptable, experience.

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