If you’ve ever used a piece of software, like Picasa or iPhoto before, you’ll be aware of the fact that there is a slider at the bottom, which allows you to specify how large each photo should be. Move the slider up a few ticks, and all the photos will zoom in a bit. Thanks to the HTML5 and the new range input, we can mimic this effect rather easily. Along the way, we’ll also learn about a variety of awesome new CSS3 features, including transition, nth-child, rotations, scaling, and more.
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You’ll Learn About:
- The new HTML5
- The “change” and “mouseup” events
- CSS3 rotation
- CSS3 scaling
- Local storage
- CSS3 box shadows
- CSS3 transitions
- How to listen for a click event with only CSS.
- And plenty more fun stuff!
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