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CSS was started in 1997 to help website developers create and design their own attractive web pages . Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a type of language used to change the format and look of documents written. There are different types of CSS, but it is widely used and supported on all browsers.
This week we have yet another fun and simple CSS project for you to hone your coding chops on. This time around we’ll be creating the illusion of a page with one corner that has been folded over. With the power of pseudo elements, we’ll create some CSS triangles that we can then push into place to create our page fold. Once we’re all finished, you’ll be able to simply apply a class to any div to add in the effect. The Concept Demo: Click here to launch.
The first thing web developers consider when they need to create an extremely stylish and trendy website is CSS3 and HTML5. This is because of the functionality and features they offer and why HTML5 and CSS3 are a major topic for web designers. Taking this into account, we thought to compile another fresh and cool collection of some professional HTML5 and CSS3 templates. So, here we are with 45 free, but fresh, templates that you can download. So, enjoy this collection and have more fun in making the web experience more pleasurable and gratifying.
Making the design to be responsive is very easy as shown in my Responsive Design in 3 Steps tutorial, but maintaining the elements to look aesthetically balanced on all breakpoint layouts is an art. Today I'm going to share 5 of my commonly used CSS tricks along with sample cases for coding responsive designs. They are simple CSS properties such as min-width, max-width, overflow, and relative value — but these properties play an important part in responsive design.
This tutorial will cover the basics of CSS regions, which allow us to flow content within various sections of the page. Confused? You probably are; read on! CSS Region Support At the time of this writing, the CSS Regions specification is a working draft and things may change! Techniques mentioned in this tutorial might change in implementation.
A little fast-running image slideshow that plays on hover and pauses when mousing out. The current image will stay visible. View demo Download source Today I want to share a little hover slideshow with you. The main idea is to run a super-fast image slideshow on hover and show the current image when mousing out.
Have you refrained from using CSS Gradients because either you didn’t understand them, or thought the browser support for them wasn’t good enough to consider using them in your projects? Well, it’s time to kill those 1px wide images, my friend. If you’re just curious about how to use CSS Gradients, this is the place for you. We’ll start with the basics of syntax to very advanced effects with lots of tips and examples.