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Coding Kung-fu: 35 Graphics Built Purely With CSS3 Look at the graphics below, awesome Photoshop works right? Nah, they’re created by CSS3. Yes, they’re completely “drawn” by CSS3! With this post comes 35 carefully crafted CSS3 graphics which even include something you wouldn’t relate with CSS3 like Apple iPhone, cartoon character Doraemon, and more surprises! You are strongly recommended to view these demos using the latest version of Safari or Developer version of Google Chrome. RSS Feed Icon RSS Feed Icon built with CSS3, exclusively from Hongkiat! Apple iMac Yeah my eyes also can’t believe that, but it’s iMac “assembled” purely with CSS3. Apple Keyboard It’s Apple Keyboard built with CSS3! Apple iPhone Oh, one more thing: iPhoneCSS3. Cherry Blossom The real awesomeness of CSS3 is that it can be used to build anything including plants and animals! Coffee Cup A tiring day? Doraemon This Doraemon is famous for CSS3 compatibility testing. Meowww! Now you are looking at a cat built completely with code! Mushroom, Triforce, Poké ball, Kirby Nyan Cat

Online Internet Marketing & Search Engine Optimization Forum Top 4 Reasons Your Beautiful Website Doesn’t Convert There can be many pitfalls on the way to getting traffic to that beautiful site you created. All the design and creativity in the world won’t bring visitors to your site. You have to know a few basic laws of optimizing a webpage for search before the traffic will begin to flow in your direction. Below are a few tried and true reasons why your site may not be converting visitors to customers and what simple steps you can take to fix the problems you may be encountering. 1. The Keyword Search Doesn’t Match The Landing Page This is the most overlooked and perhaps the most important element if you want your PPC campaigns to pay off. Pay specific attention to the “Bicycles at Target” ad that I’m sure Target is paying big bucks for. What am I supposed to do with a tent when I want to ride a bike? 2. A focused call to action page will have your potential customers performing what you want them to do on your site. 3. Here is an example of a beautiful homepage: 4. About the Author Related Posts

BonBon Buttons - Sweet CSS3 buttons There was a goal: Create CSS buttons that are sexy looking, really flexible, but with the most minimalistic markup as possible. And voila.. here they are, the BonBon Buttons. Named after the French word for "Candy". So, let's take a tour trough the candy store. No, wait! Before you click that download button and try to use them on your site, please also read the flaws. Markup I get a real kick out of trying to keep the markup minimal, so I'm really happy with the outcome. You can change the look by adding more classes: <a href="" class="button orange glossy">Label</a> Label Icons Accessibility Addingrole="button" makes it more accessible. Looks I tried to avoid any images but couldn't resist adding a PNG for the noise. A border-radius doesn't always need to be rounded. For the colors HSL values are used. I tried to simulate different materials. The glossy shape is created using an :after element with a gradient background on top. Flexibility There is one thing I'm kinda sad about. Note

You Start the Girl Effect - Girl Effect Perfect Beginner Tips for Branding your Startup During the process of launching a new company your logo and branding ideas are possibly the most important concepts. You have to consider not only the solid brand, but a whole slew of factors additional including website design and user interface, internal graphics, print work, marketing & conversion goals, maybe even branding yourself on mobile devices too. It can be a lot to consider all at once – but I’ve included a few tips below which may help you during the process. I always recommend new startup companies to spend at least a few days brainstorming for ideas. Get Inspired! You can’t get much done without that spark of creative inspiration. Many designers consider this plagiarism, but there is a huge difference between blatantly copying and stealing something vs building smaller ideas into your own concept. Branding ideas can hold much more value than simple website interfaces. Hit the Design Galleries What are your Goals? First Impressions The Logo Formula Conclusion About the Author

Pure CSS social media icons (experimental) This is an experiment that creates social media icons using CSS and semantic HTML. It uses progressive enhancement to turn an unordered list of text links into a set of icons without the use of images or JavaScript. Demo: Pure CSS social media icons Support: Firefox 3.5+, Safari 4+, Chrome 4+, Opera 10+, IE8+. The image below shows you the final appearance in modern browsers. This experiment starts with a simple list of links, with each link using meaningful text, and then progressively styles each link to take on the appearance of the relevant social media icon. I’ve also included basic text in the title attribute of each link to provide information for users who may not be familiar with what service a specific icon represents. This is an experiment that uses CSS 2.1 and CSS3 that is not supported by Internet Explorer 6 and 7, therefore, you shouldn’t expect it to work in those browsers. Example code The technique I’ve used is much the same as the one used for the Pure CSS speech bubbles.

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