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There’s a never ending supply of information out there for us web designers. If there’s something we need to learn, we can find it in one form or another. Sometimes it may be on a blog or it could be in a book. While you may have to shell our some money for a good web design book, there are a number of them out that have online versions that are totally free.
Add the right feeling and mood to your site using the color wheel, mix and match hues and create effective color schemes. The first color wheel has been around for more than 300 years and was developed by Sir Isaac Newton, according to ColourLovers . Other color charts, though, existed before that time. The basic design has evolved over time but the concept remains the same – almost any color combination from the wheel will work together. A basic color wheel features 12 colors that can be combined in a variety of ways to create a number of different effects.
It is not a surprise that new CSS tutorials are in fact CSS3 tutorials, it is normal that the people who make them consider showing something new to the rest of the web design community. That is why in this article you will fin tutorials which explain how to use new features brought by this new technology. Of course, these techniques are often combined with jQuery to create dynamic designs. CSS Buttons with Pseudo-elements In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create buttons with a twist, using just one anchor tag per button and the great power of CSS.
As Web designers and developers, each project we work with has a unique set of goals and requirements. But one goal we have for all of our projects is that we want them to make an impression on people — we want the websites that we create to be memorable. A fun experience is often an enjoyable one and an enjoyable experience is usually a memorable one .
We’re continuing to convert our courses to our new instant enrollment format so you can get in and start learning whenever you’re ready — without having to wait for courses to start. ( You can get more info on the transition here .) If you live in Madagascar and want to start learning at 4 in the morning your time, we have you covered. We’ve added a few new courses to the format in the last week: These instructor-led courses are now open and available to you as soon as you enroll. And don’t forget our free instant-enrollment course, Create Your First Web Page . This course is an excellent way to get acquainted with the CodeLesson format and see first-hand what our courses are like.