If you have a website the chances are you probably have some images or photos to break up your text or help to convey a message or story etc. Well if your website has been created fairly recently, chances are that your site responds to different viewports.
I have been using Drupal since 2009 and one of things that is impressive is how modular it is. The core Drupal build is very extensible and there are literally 100's of thousand's of contributed modules out there, many of them regularly updated and maintained by the very active open source Drupal community.
So it has taken me a while to come up with an idea for a Drupal module that no one else seems to have addressed, the idea of a 'CSS reset'.
When starting a new project that needs to be themed it is not uncommon to use a css reset. One of the early pioneers here was Eric Meyer.
Drupal 7 site build, including responsive theming with a lot of attention to typography.
Front End Development for AJAX site build based on Drupal 7
For years now web designers and developers have been utilising the :hover pseudo class to add life to their website or project. This is quite a common convention and is tradionally used to give hyperlinks diffferent states, but is not restricted to use just on hyperlinks (apart from say older browsers) .
The :hover selector is used to select elements when you mouse over them.
Tip: The :hover selector can be used on all elements, not only on links.