CSS Filters for Firefox, Safari and Opera Of particular interest are the Firefox and Opera filters, both of which seem to seat the text baseline oddly high at smaller font-sizes relative to line- and x-height.
Go to Hell-vetica A comparison of the baselines of Apple’s default and Adobe’s Helvetica Neue. Hoping someone out there has encountered this problem before and discovered a workaround.
Helvetica Neue Light
Progress or “Hoop Jumping for the Whole Font-Family.” Don’t get me wrong, it’s nice that
font-weight works like it was already supposed to, but breaking existing CSS to do so? Not so nice.
Web Triage: Methodical Madness The infamous SXSW panel picker is live. Love/hate aside, South By is about people. Not panels. And certainly not about the panel picker. Just the same, Messieurs Mall, Marcotte and myself wouldn’t mind if you shot a couple of stars the way of our presentation. Stethoscopes will be provided. BYOS (bring your own scrubs).
Look ma, no Flash
More goofing off with
-webkit-transition. View source for comments.
CSS Performance Testing Jon Sykes thoroughly tests and confirms Dave Hyatt’s suggestion that sibling, descendant and child selectors have a significant, negative impact on page rendering. More importantly, his tests quantify the actual impact on performance. That’s it, I’m going back to working with tables.