A little more dashboard...


6 Responses

  1. José Marques José Marques

    Jeffrey, how are you going to make those little dots in corners work in CSS?

    over 3 years ago

  2. Jeffrey Kalmikoff Jeffrey Kalmikoff

    Magic! Actually, I'm not sure – our insanely awesome front-end developer makes it happen. He already made them work on our site.

    over 3 years ago

  3. Jon Rohan Jon Rohan

    @jose because the points overlap the border, I opted to use some simple spans to abs position the points. if a polygon has points it's position relatively, then the points are just top:-1px; left:-1px;

    it's a little extra markup, but not too hard to work with.

    over 3 years ago

  4. Here's the same page, *partially* coded out

    over 3 years ago

  5. Amadeus Demarzi Amadeus Demarzi

    You could also use RGBA to use semi transparent colors, and where they touch, creates a darker square. Not sure if you could get color/pixel accuracy though.

    over 3 years ago

  6. Amadeus Demarzi Amadeus Demarzi

    Actually, the opacity thing wouldn't work well to achieve accurate colors. I have, however, found an entirely CSS way of doing it. Cool problem!



    over 3 years ago

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