Icon Fonts

I’ve started using @media queries to add Retina-ready images and have
also started using icon fonts. So much nicer than graphics for some
things. http://css-tricks.com/examples/IconFont/

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I’ve been exploring creative uses for the :before and :after pseudo
elements – I bet these two could be combined for some very interesting
(and scalable) design!


Ernie Simpson

On Sat, Aug 4, 2012 at 11:42 AM, Todd email@hidden wrote:

I’ve started using @media queries to add Retina-ready images and have also
started using icon fonts. So much nicer than graphics for some things. <
http://css-tricks.com/**examples/IconFont/http://css-tricks.com/examples/IconFont/

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Ernie Simpson mailto:email@hidden
August 4, 2012 11:18 AM
I’ve been exploring creative uses for the :before and :after pseudo
elements – I bet these two could be combined for some very interesting
(and scalable) design!

I occasionally use pseudo elements to good effect and I agree some
interesting things could be done in conjunction with this other stuff.
Are you working on anything you can share?

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So far, I’ve been using the before/after pseudos to add fancy graphic
shadows, like here http://portfolio.thebigerns.com/cv-resume/ – and
herehttp://cssway.thebigerns.com/products/fancyshadows/.
Both were developed originally as templates for Freeway Pro, but nobody
seemed interested, so I shelved them for my own products.


Ernie Simpson

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Ernie Simpson mailto:email@hidden

August 4, 2012 11:18 AM

I’ve been exploring creative uses for the :before and :after pseudo
elements – I bet these two could be combined for some very interesting
(and scalable) design!

I occasionally use pseudo elements to good effect and I agree some
interesting things could be done in conjunction with this other stuff. Are
you working on anything you can share?

Todd
http://xiiro.com
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Ernie Simpson mailto:email@hidden
August 4, 2012 3:22 PM
So far, I’ve been using the before/after pseudos to add fancy graphic
shadows

Interesting. I’ll have to try that. I really like :pseudos. I’m a fan of
the :nth-child. Very useful (assuming the browser supports it).

[Laughs] Ernie, can’t you just hear the crickets out there … zzzz

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