Styling ordered list

Hi Gents. By default most of the browsers displays numbers in the list with the same font style as list body. Below you can see some small tutorial about ordered list (ol) and paragraph (p) elements for ordered lists styling. Demo Overview What is needed it is style list with font Gorgia, and then set font Arial for p element (in ol): 1. HTML code Create ordered list. Do not forget to wrap your text with p: »

Transition from WordPress to Ghost

Hi Gents. First of all I was not really good blogger :) I posted random things at random time. And there is really no sense in it. Most of the time I was spending for configuring WordPress (it is what I used before). But things changes and time goes. And I decided to organize a little bit my life. I started with removing all not needed software, tools, data I was messing with all the time. »

How To Create Circles With CSS3 and No Images

Thanks to CSS3 it’s now possible to create circles with only code. Look ma, no images! In the following post, I’ll show you how to create full, half and quarter circles using only CSS. Unfortunately, the half and quarter circles only work in Firefox at this time. The trick to creating the circles, is the use of the border-radius selector. Coding a full circle Below are the styles for creating a full circle. »

CSS3 Multiple Backgrounds

CSS3 has a nifty feature that I wasn’t aware of until recently: multiple backgrounds per element. This was something I used to wish for frequently before I got used to faking it by nesting DIVs and assigning them single backgrounds. Chris Coyier’s CSS-Tricks blog pointed this neat part of the spec out. The syntax is easy, you just comma separate them. I find it’s easiest/best to use the background shorthand property so you can declare the position and repeating and whatnot and keep them all grouped together. »

The surprising truth about what motivates us

This video elegantly explains why it is so important to change the way we incentivize people to do work. I think we live in amazing times where companies like Google, Facebook, GitHub, Bettermeans, can change the way things are done. They are proving traditional hierarchical structures cannot create game changing productivity. Conversely groups of passionate people and have the force of an Army. PS: I believe sometime we will create such or similar motivation… »