Fiddling some more with CSS transitions and the checkbox hack to emulate click events via CSS, I tried my hand at making a CSS-only content slider.
Initially I attempted to make it with checkboxes, but due to the behaviour of multiple checkboxes being checkable at the same time (which totally mungs up the idea for a slider where you only want one slide activated), I turned to radio buttons instead.
The key difference between radios and checkboxes is that only one radio
I created a file whose URL can be used to play YouTube videos without all the distractions.
(It's a long URL, but a standard YouTube-URL for obtaining a similar result would not be much smaller).
Updated 04-06-2014 at 05:28 PM by molendijk
It's similar to the previous menu in that it uses the same side-docked, off-canvass menu pattern for mobile, but this new version now also sports a horizontal, dropdown menu bar in "desktop" view, which is just
Updated 04-14-2014 at 10:10 AM by Beverleyh
Updated 04-14-2014 at 10:11 AM by Beverleyh
This video-url : src="http://s.ytimg.com/yts/swfbin/player-vfle5oFqK/watch_as3.swf?eurl=http://safeshare.tv&video_id=YOUTUBE-VIDEO-ID, which uses the safeshare.tv video service, shows YouTube videos without the distracting elements around them. NO ADS! (I wish I knew the safeshare-code for playing embedded videos without Flash, but I don't).
Internet Explorer (and, occasionally, Safari) may refuse to play certain videos outside the YouTube-environment.
Updated 01-07-2014 at 03:30 PM by molendijk