• HTML5

    This template is coded in html5/CSS3 within a responsive grid. It works best in modern browsers and degrades decently in browsers like IE 8-9. The challenge is that the template includes elements like column-role, -number and -gap which are not supported in older browsers. The template has been built combining various ideas from Codepen and Codrops significantly fiddled with to suit the design/layout.

    If you don't like the Salmon/Teal color theme (trend colors 2013) we can change the stylesheet easily.

    GlassMood is available for purchase at USD 5 for a single site.

    All art used in the template is under copyright by bagside™, which is a Norwegian registered trademark.
  • CSS3

    One day however a small line of blind text by the name of Lorem Ipsum decided to leave for the far World of Grammar. The Big Oxmox advised her not to do so, because there were thousands of bad Commas, wild Question Marks and devious Semikoli, but the Little Blind Text didn’t listen. She packed her seven versalia, put her initial into the belt and made herself on the way.
    On her way she met a copy. The copy warned the Little Blind Text, that where it came from it would have been rewritten a thousand times and everything that was left from its origin would be the word "and" and the Little Blind Text should turn around and return to its own, safe country.
    But nothing the copy said could convince her and so it didn’t take long until a few insidious Copy Writers ambushed her, made her drunk with Longe and Parole and dragged her into their agency, where they abused her for their projects again and again. And if she hasn’t been rewritten, then they are still using her.
  • W3C

    The page validates nicely with the W3C-validator. In addition it has been through the speed-tests at GTmetrix with flying colors after optimization.

    Codrops is a web design and development blog that publishes articles and tutorials about the latest web trends, techniques and new possibilities. The team of Codrops is dedicated to provide useful, inspiring and innovative content that is free of charge.
    What started as an experimental blog became an exciting playground for sharing the passion for web design and web development. The web is innovating each and every day, pushing the boundaries of how websites are built from the fundamental structure to the most delicate interaction effects. And on Codrops we want to share some of that.

    The thing that’s evident right away about CodePen is that this site shifts the focus a little bit when compared to the others in its class. With every other site seen like this, the homepage brings up the editor. The emphasis is on getting you coding as soon as the page loads. There are sharing features, but sharing is done directly by you through the pasting of links. CodePen however, picks up the Dribbble approach. The homepage is filled with recent user examples for you to browser through and tweak. There are currently three feeds to choose from: Editor’s Picks, Popular and Recent.
    If you follow Chris Coyier on Twitter, then you have no doubt seen quite a few mentions go by in recent months of a not so secret project called CodePen. Chris promised us that this new tool would join the ranks of jsFiddle and Tinkerbin, serving as a sort of online playground to experiment with and share CSS, HTML and JavaScript demos. Without a doubt he has been proven spot on.