Implements CSS Grid-Layout in enabled browsers

More custom JavaScript code shall be implemented!! Check back soon.

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Coding News

        'Web Designer' Magazine had this awesome use of CSS transition code in a recent issue.
        A particle explosion effect created by attaching an event listener to the window's load event
        and creating the hover effect over the exclamation point below with CSS transitions.

        I enjoy how smoothly the Google Chrome browser renders pixels to the screen through 

The pixel pipeline

.
This anchor has more information on the process: Rendering Performance information from Google
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Design Techniques

This website is created with expansions to techniques detailed mostly in 'Web Designer' and '.net' and with the use of Chrome Developer Tools.

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CSS Transitions

A fun website where I can practice Web Development and Web Design at the command line!



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