Webmonkey The Web Developer's Resource Code Snippets Check our collection of scripts and templates for good ideas you may not know how (or may not want to bother) to program. CSS discussions, Tools and Examples Actualités sur le groupe
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Hello guys, i was recently thinking about a redesign of my website and i got the idea to make this pretty simple tutorial where we will build the skill animation bar for your about page. I remember this animations are only visible in Firefox, Safari and Chrome. Let’s see how to create it. CSS3 Skill Bar Animation
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We have reached 10 years old, a fair age for any website. Actually the domain was registered in October 2002, the site started with the CSS Generator and I added the forum in March 2003. So we are actually closer to 10.5 years old. I would like to thank all the people who have been involved, specially the moderators who keep this place running when I leave it in auto pilot mode. Over that time we have seen many great people come and go. Life, jobs and interests change and so do the active members.
Latest Free CSS Templates Below are the 12 newest CSS templates. You can also browse all CSS templates. About FreeCSSTemplates.org First of all, welcome to our site :) Here you'll find a number of free CSS templates we've created, all of which are: Released for FREE under the Creative Commons Attribution licenseVery lightweight (ie. minimal use of images) and fast loadingTables-free (ie. no tables used for layout purposes)W3C standards compliant and valid (XHTML Strict)Provided with public domain photos, generously provided by PDPhoto.org and Fotogrph [why?]
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25 Incredibly Useful CSS Tricks (css) Here are 25 incredibly useful CSS tricks that will help you design great web interfaces. You might be aware of some or all of these techniques, but this can be your handy resource to nifty CSS tricks that you should know. 1. Change Text Highlight Color
TOOLBOX - Css - 35 Websites To Teach You How To Use CSS Effectively | Graphic and Web Design Blog - Inspiration, Resources and ToolsCSS ( Cascading Style Sheets) are the modern standard for presenting website. Combined with structural markup language like HTML, XHTML – CSS fully take care about presentation part, creating that good concept – HTML = Content, CSS = Presentation. If you know CSS, you can really do everything controlling spacings, borders, positioning, margins, paddings, colors, fonts, background images, hover effects and more presentational effects. CSS is really easy to understand, and in my opinion every graphic designer should have at least simple coding skills with HTML and CSS, because CSS is really still design part, not really coding. In this article, you’ll have all the best resources available, which will teach you how to use CSS really effectively.
You can never have too much of a good thing–and two good things we rely on in our work are tips and tricks. Nuggets of information, presented clearly and succinctly, help us build solutions and learn best practices. In a previous article, we shared a jam-packed list of 250 quick web design tips. It seems only right to continue the trend by showcasing 100 fresh–and hopefully useful–CSS tips and tricks. General 100 Exceedingly Useful CSS Tips and Tricks (css)
What it's all about... Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g. fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents. The above quote, taken from the W3C website, is one of the reasons for this site. Whilst I agree that it is a mechanism for adding style to web documents, I do not agree that it is a SIMPLE mechanism. It can be very complicated, as I found out when I took my first steps down this path. CSS play, by the way, is now listed on the w3c.org website.