Topic: browser

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Numbered header using flexbox with fallback

One of the designs I recently had to work on needed a narrow width header in a sidebar with a large number on the left side of it and the header text vertically centered to the right.

If you've worked with CSS for awhile you've probably ran into the same issue as everyone else. Vertical alignment with universally supported css is not easy. There are multiple techniques you can use to make something vertically aligned but there are drawbacks to…

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  • browser
  • css3
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<input type="number"> and iOS' numeric keypad

You probably already know about HTML5's <input type="number">. Which if supported by a browser displays a form input optimized for inputting numbers. Whether that means an up/down spinner or an optimized keyboard.

However iOS' standard behavior for the number input isn't that ideal. By default iOS will display a standard keyboard slightly modified with a row of numbers at the top. This isn't ideal as you don't need the alphabetic keys…


css3 border-radius and vendor prefix fud

The state of most uses of css3's border-radius around the web has been bothering me for awhile now. Though now I've found something else to be annoyed at.

The earliest common use of border-radius was -moz-border-radius in Gecko based browsers. Later on the WebKit implementation came into common play. When and where things were actually implemented isn't really important, that's just the order that people started to know about them as common knowledge.

As a result there are plenty of…


HTML5 <input type=number> Implementation Flops

Back on HTML5, section defines a number state for inputs. The traditional input for numbers you see inside of OS is a spinbox, a text box containing a number with a set of up and down arrows beside it which allow you to use your mouse to change the input (iirc some OS even let you use the up and down arrow keys).

So far there are two implementations of the number input, in Opera in and WebKit.



A HTML5 Browser maze, oninput support

While I was working on version 3 of Kommonwealth I got back to a part of our interface which makes use of live input events (ie: Events that fire as you type into the input) to offer a preview before the onchange event is used to actually change the data by sending an ajax post to the server.

For those who haven't heard of the oninput event, it's part of the html5 spec. You know those older ui parts such…