In the last few years, fixed headers have become a popular UI trend in web design. More recently, the fixed header has evolved to react to the act of scrolling – sliding up out of view when a user scrolls down and sliding back in from the top of the page when a user scrolls up. I like to call this UI pattern the scrolling sticky header. Here it is in action…
If you have just upgraded OS X to Yosemite and use Apache for local web development, you are likely to run into some problems after you finish admiring how sharp Helvetica looks and start trying to do some work.
Everyone’s local setup is going to be slightly different so this may or may not be helpful to you, but here are the issues I ran into: Continue reading
The design for a website I worked on recently required slanted boxes, here’s a simplified version of the what the designer had in mind: