Howdy folks, thanks for reading my post. I'm in a tiny bit of a jam here, and would really appreciate some advice.
I am working on the first stages of developing a website. This website will sell itself, and will provide users access to it's database of lessons.
Now, while browsing for ideas about how I want this website to look, I remembered the google glass website. It's pretty simple, it has 1 nav bar and maybe 5 big pictures. However, in the upper right hand corner, there are a series of dots. Scrolling on the website moves you to a new page, and highlights a different dot. (It would really be easiest if you just went to the website. Sorry no link, I'm new. Google it, and you should get to the right spot.)
I opened the site in Chrome and right-clicked on the dots and selected "Inspect Element". It looks to me like it's just CSS. Are you familiar with Chrome's code inspector? It's a great way to see how sites are coded.
HTML5 now imitates a lot of what flash used to do, it sounds like it is indeed just CSS3 and HTML5.