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Display: flex; Getting used to flexbox layout model

Flexbox – is literally what many web developers were dreaming about for many years. In a nutshell, this is a new layout model which is supposed to replace old good and .

Flexbox gives us the opportunity to operate block elements as we please. We can line them up in a row or column, align them vertically (yes, yes) and horizontally. We can specify how the blocks should behave when the browser window resizes. We can change the order of the blocks and much more.

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Animated pure css dropdown menu

Hi all. Since I posted a 3 level deep pure css menu I’ve been playing with it around. I thought it would be cool to add some animation on it, since CSS3 with it’s “transitions” is able to do so. It took around 1 hour to create a new version of pure css menu, with little bit of animations.

I want to inform you in advance that this menu is not ideal. Depended on its content it should be changed to work properly. So if you decided to use it on your site, I would recommend you to test how it works with your particular content. Let’s say that it is Alpha 0.1 version of pure css animated 3 level deep menu.

Let’s check it out, here is how it looks and works:

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The Holy Grail layout with Flexbox

Alright, it’s time to put new features of CSS3 on practice. Do you remember how much of a headache it was to build a “holy grail” layout by using or ? The part when we needed to stick a footer to the bottom of a browser was a real challenge. But thanks God good guys from w3c decided to help us by introducing the flexbox layout model. I suggest to test it and try to build a holy grail layout using flexbox.

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