A big part of our work as website designers is the ability to make things look good and function well. We spend hours taking the time to make every aspect of our site visually compelling, intuitive, user friendly, accessible and overall beautiful. Our forms are no exception! Our forms should be beautiful, easy to use, and should look consistent with the rest of our website. We can do this easily with CSS. The process isn’t difficult, you just can to know what each tag does, and how to style it.
An overlooked aspect of websites is the formatting of HTML and CSS documents. This affects validation, SEO, and visual ease of use. Visual ease of use is the last thing most authors tend to keep in mind, but it’s still very important.
Website owners can never have read too many cool tutorials on CSS and HTML to improve the look of their site, or simply to gather inspiration and technique from. This post contains 15 of our favorite css tutorials that can be used in your own projects, these tutorials will be beneficial to beginners as all give code snippets and explain the process used in detail. Clean and pure CSS FORM design this tutorial illustrates a proposal about how to design a pure CSS form without using html tables. Using CSS and Mootools to simulate Flash horizontal navigation effect This tutorial explains how to use Mootools and pure CSS / HTML code to simulate a Flash (follow mouse) horizontal navigation effect.
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