Login and Registration Form with HTML5 and CSS3. A tutorial on how to create a switching login and registration form with HTML5 and CSS3.
View demo Download source In this tutorial we are going to create two HTML5 forms that will switch between login and registration using the CSS3 pseudo class :target. We will style it using CSS3 and an icon font. The idea behind this demo is to show the user the login form and provide a link to “switch” to the registration form.
Note that this is for demo purpose only, it will only work in browser supporting the :target pseudo class, and you should not use this code on a live website without providing solid fallback. In the following, we will be going through Demo 1. The HTML In the HTML, we will put both forms, hiding the second one with CSS. We’ve added some HTML5 goodness here and used some of the new inputs. Now the two tricky parts. The second little trick is related to the use of the icon font. The CSS Styling both forms using CSS3 Now let’s style our inputs and give them a nicer look. Demos.
CSS Basics. Tutorials. Common fonts to all versions of Windows & Mac equivalents (Browser safe fonts) - Web design tips & tricks. Last updated: 2008/06/03 Return to the main page Introduction Here you can find the list with the standard set of fonts common to all versions of Windows and their Mac substitutes, referred sometimes as "browser safe fonts".
This is the reference I use when making web pages and I expect you will find it useful too. If you are new to web design, maybe you are thinking: "Why I have to limit to that small set of fonts? If you want to know how the fonts are displayed in other OS's or browsers than yours, after the table you can find several screen shots of this page in different systems and browsers. The list First, a few introductory notes: The names in grey are the generic family of each font. 1 Georgia and Trebuchet MS are bundled with Windows 2000/XP and they are also included in the IE font pack (and bundled with other MS applications), so they are quite common in Windows 98 systems. 5 These fonts work in Safari but only when using the normal font style, and not with bold or italic styles.
10 Rock Solid Website Layout Examples. Layout can both be one of the easiest and one of the trickiest facets of web design.
Sometimes a designer can bust out an amazing layout in minutes and sometimes that same designer can struggle for the better part of day with the same task. Each project is unique and calls for a unique solution, but I’ve found it helpful to keep a few rock solid and incredibly versatile alignments in mind that I can bust out when I get stuck. The ten layouts below should be enough to get you through even the worst cases of designer’s block when you can’t figure out the best way to arrange the content on your page. Keeping It Simple Page layout is equal parts art and science. Designers often stress out far too much about the layout process. In this article we’re going to take a look at ten very common layouts that you can find on countless sites across the web. Download free CSS templates - Free CSS Templates.
W3Schools Online Web Tutorials. Six Revisions - Web Design Articles, News, Tutorials. Learn Web Design, Web Development, and iOS Development - Treehouse. Webdesign Resources And Tutorials. 40 High Quality CSS and XHTML Web Layout Templates. Whether you download and dissect pre-built CSS templates to learn new layout techniques or if you download them to be used as easy-to-edit ready made and standalone web sites, you shouldn’t be limited to using one of the many cloned, dated and often dull templates that are freely available.
Experienced programmers may also want to take a look at this StackOverflow thread on the subject, but most of the resources there aren't free. HTML5 Canvas Tutorials. Little Web Hut. How to Create a Website - Free Tutorial for Beginners.