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28 points by EtienneLem 1847 days ago | hide | past | web | 8 comments | favorite



Ehh the anchors break the back button. Kinda ruins it for me.


Well to me they make the back button work perfectly. I can press 'back' to return the previous view, as intended.


Pretty, but definitely not quite there. The white text on nearly-white background is nearly unreadable here (OSX + Chrome), whereas it's fine on an actual device.


You’re absolutely right. It is more of a JavaScript-less experiment (folders) than an actual css version of an iPhone Home Screen.


Consider using a Sans-serif font. The serif font you have used makes it quite unreadable.

My display: 1280*800px on Google chrome


Very nice demonstration of something I wouldn't have assumed possible with just CSS.


Rather choppy on iPhone 4S.


Nice use of the :target pseudoclass. I was not aware that CSS could do this.

http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-selectors/#target-pseudo




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