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Posts from the ‘CSS’ Category


CSS Smiley Infinite Animation – Added Furious Face

In Coffee Steam, it shows a cool CSS animated effect of steam from a coffee. I have copied the CSS code and integrated with my recent modified work on smiley face. A new emotion after the angry face, furious, which is basically angry face and steam together. Here is the demo.


Adding Infinite Loop to the Cool CSS Smiley Animation

There is a very cool pure CSS smiley animation created by Tiago Alexandre Lopes. The animation begins as soon as one of the smiley radio buttons is checked. However, the nice animation doesn’t repeat. It would be nice to have the animation repeated every 5 seconds.

TL;DR Here is the demo.

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Creating a simple fancy HTML list inside a ExtJs Panel

In this blog, we explore how we can quickly assemble a HTML list within a ExtJs Panel. First we use Sencha Cmd to create a simple app  (See this for tutorial). Below is our first approach to launch the app:

    name: 'Demo',

    extend: 'Demo.Application',

    // autoCreateViewport: 'Demo.view.main.Main'

    launch: function() {
        var win = Ext.create('Ext.window.Window', {
            title: 'Demo',
            width: 500,
            height: 350,            
            html: '<div id="welcome">Welcome to the iTrinegy Demo</div><div id="home_logo"></div><div id="status_list"></div>',
            bodyPadding: '20 15 15 15'

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Styling Qt QTreeView with CSS

Qt offers additional CSS settings such as sub-control and pseudo-states. Although there are reference and brief tutorial with examples, it doesn’t really show how this settings affect the overall look. In this article, we explore how to style the QTreeView via CSS in step by step. First of all, we use a simple treeview directory program (Python/Qt5 ) from this example and style it gradually.
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