Back in the days styling checkboxes and radio buttons was a traumatic experience. Every time I saw design with cute, colourful checkboxes I knew it will be a pain in the… lower back. Fortunately since IE9 we can use :checked pseudo-class to play with checkboxes and radio buttons.
Chevron is quite popular visual element used as an arrow in all sort of sliders and buttons. The most popular way to implement chevron is to use font like Font Awesome or Glyphicons. The downside is that we have to settle with a given shape. If we need to use custom chevron our last resort is an old school png file.
Hello World! is a blog I started 8 years ago. At first it was a place where I was storing knowledge I needed back then but it didn't took long to realise that this small blog is gaining relatively large audience. So I started to write about everything I found interesting and about my PHP experiments. From time to time I wrote a piece of crap but in the end I don't regret anything I wrote here.