Dabblet is an in-browser based editor for playing with CSS and HTML. It allows you to define your HTML elements and then style them with CSS.
a jQuery tooltip plugin for control-obsessed designers.
Tooltip plugins make it too difficult to control the CSS. So I created tooltipsy to simply provide extremely efficient tooltip functionality. Tooltipsy gives you complete control over the CSS, animation, and position.
Foundation: An easy to use, powerful, and flexible framework for building prototypes and production code on any kind of device.
Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.
Nerd alert: Bootstrap is built with Less and was designed to work out of the gate with modern browsers in mind.
(Thanks to Frank D. for the tip!)
Tried to make a Brushed Metal style in CSS3. The texture is done by using 3 repeating-gradients with different length. That makes it look somewhat random. For the linear version, browser support is pretty ok, but for the radial one it’s not quite there yet. I think only in Safari 5.1 and Chrome Windows.
In addition I tried to add a conical gradient for the circle with just faking it with ellipse gradients. It’s ok for low contrasts and if you cover the middle part with an icon or so.. hehe.. ;-P A much more real looking technique is used in this experiment, but I believe it currently only works in Safari and Chrome Windows. Let’s hope that CSS4 will add support for real conical gradients.
See live Demo.