|Nov 1, 2010, 11:55 PM||#1|
CSS and webkit functions and iphone lockscreen/homescreen
I am not familiar with CSS language or whatsoever. I don't understand 90% of all the codings for those cool lockscreen and those cool widgets on the homescreen. But i know how to, by trial-and-error, some things work and modify from there...
cut the long story short, i read up on CSS a little bit, particularly about the -webkit functions, such as -transform, -animation, -blahblahblah, and i find it super interesting.
Now i see ppl here use webkit-transform: rotate for LS before, so i was wondering if other commands are usable as well, such as -hover (maybe hover your finger over the time to make it bigger??) or webkit-keyframe-pulse (pulsing animation?)
so anyway before i lost all of the readers, clear my naivity in my questions: can we do all of these that are done on the safari, but on our phone?
|Nov 2, 2010, 06:47 AM||#3|
lol ok, but as i mentioned, i know as much about CSS as how to harvest energy from cosmic rays to power the developing world@!
i thought maybe the experts out there could, or might already have tried and share their success and/or failures.
nonetheless, i will try to exercise my brain this weekend with this project but chime in advice anytime!
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