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CSS3 has got a huge potential to create very elaborate and complicated details by strictly using CSS and no images.
There are very little details that are with me about this stunning piece of work, but before I get to that, I urge you to visit this URL and check out the beauty for yourself. Of course, we recommend a Webkit browser for this. The site, apparently, is a demo of the Dashboard for an admin interface for something ‘Pastel’.
Inspired by the contact form on Clear Span Media website I decided to recreate an effect of a letter sliding out from an envelope on mouse hover. You may see the demo here. It works in browsers supporting css3 transitions.
You’ve seen progress bars everywhere, they are those bars that display the current completion state for a process, such as a download or file transfer. Whether you’re building a desktop or a web application, at a certain point, you may need to use this UI element. Having said that, in this article you’ll learn how to create stylish and animated progress bars using CSS3.
I am starting to think, I will create this as monthly feature, maybe not only picking beautiful web design scratches from DeviantArt, but also featuring latest month best web design related articles. There is a reason why domain name is 1st web designer – I really want to make even bigger focus to just web design.
Technology should be about more than newest, loudest, prettiest. It should make a difference.
Learn about historical events and birth dates. Become a history wiz or indulge your inner antiquity nerd with a list of key occurrences from this day in history.
Your life is unique – so it’s no surprise that after just a little while, your Things looks like no one else’s.