50 Excellent Tutorials for Web Development Using CSS3 In this modern web world we offering CSS3 techniques in these really useful tutorials with many exciting features and latest practice, after an detail research session about CSS3 (Cascade Style Sheet) make an roundup where amazing ideas about Web Developments. CSS3 have more exciting features which are most compatible for cross browser usability as we using famous internet browsers: Internet Explorer 7 & 8, Firefox, Safari and chrome, they all very supporting of new CSS3 properties. In this emerging roundup we emphasis on some latest techniques which were not supporting before in older versions, but now in this latest language techniques CSS3 you can follow all of these following techniques: text-shadow, rounded box, box sizing, opacity handlers, multiple backgrounds, border images and also supporting for multi column web layouts. Hope you all appreciate these helping list of best ever trainings about CSS3 and share your user experience for next version of CSS3. Gradient Borders
Pixels to Ems Conversion Table for CSS A companion reference to the article, The Incredible Em and Elastic Layouts With CSS. The em values in the table assume that the generic browser default setting of 16px font size has not being changed. It also assumes that the <body> has font size set to 1em or 100%. Formula to calculate em equivalent for any pixel value required 1 ÷ parent font size (px) × required pixels = em equivalent Example: 770px wide, centred elastic layout using CSS and ems N.B. 1 ÷ 16 × 770 = 48.125em <html><body><div> … </div></body></html> *I deliberately hooked the formula for the tutorial around 1px, as a value that designers can easily relate to. Required element pixel value ÷ parent font size in pixels = em value So, our required width of 770px in ems can be calculated like this:
10 Free Online Books for Web Designers 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. Here are 10 you should find very useful. A Practical Guide to Designing for the Web A Practical Guide to Designing for the Web aims to teach you techniques for designing your website using the principles of graphic design. Getting Real Getting Real is the business, design, programming, and marketing philosophies of 37signals — a developer of web-based software used by over 1 million people and businesses in 70 countries. The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web jQuery Fundamentals Web Style Guide, 3rd Edition Access by Design Web Designer’s Success Guide The Web Book Dive Into HTML 5
47 CSS Tips & Tricks To Take Your Site To The Next Level | CSS CSS is a wonderful language for presenting web pages. It’s not too difficult to learn, though like most things, it does have a learning curve. Where many people seem to get tripped up is in specific solutions to specific problems. Fortunately there’s a good chance that someone before you has already had the same problem and even better has found a solution. Here are 47 of those solutions. 47 CSS Tips, Tricks, and Techniques to add to your CSS toolbox. For those, who don’t know what is CSS? Please follow the link below for detail introduction. CSS always plays a vital role in web design and it always gives you opportunity to make your website user friendly. You may be interested in the following related articles as well. Feel free to join us and you are always welcome to share your thoughts that our readers may find helpful. Don’t forget to and follow us on Twitter — for recent updates. CSS Tips, Tricks, and Techniques for Your Website Most of these tips what follows will work cross-browser.
CSS 3D Editor Tridiv Making 3D in CSS has never been easier Tweet Tridiv is a web-based editor for creating 3D shapes in CSS. Start using the app See examples Examples iPhone 4S 8 shapes, 148 faces NES 21 shapes, 124 faces Xwing ⚠ 47 shapes, 297 faces Concept, code and design by Julian Garnier.
HTML5 Website Layout Tutorials and Inspiration HTML5 Website Layout Tutorials and Inspiration Posted by Vikas Ghodke on March 21st in Tutorials. In webdevelopment you have to be in touch with latest technologies, if you really want to be on top. Now HTML5 is new its the fundamental language for web, so we all need to learn it thats why we have collected some tutorials on coding a layout with HTML5 and CSS3. We will come up with HTML5 Layout tutorial in upcoming days, Subscribe to our RSS feed to be in touch. Don’t hesitate in trying testking 642-631 dumps, E20-001 dumps, 642-642 exam guide, 642-654 dumps, and 640-816 certification material. Coding a CSS3 & HTML5 One-Page Website Template This tutorial has been written by TutorialZine. View Tutorial HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You’ll Soon Be Using Clean Layout tutorial on HTML5 and CSS3 written by NETTUT PLUS. View Tutorial Coding A HTML 5 Layout From Scratch This tutorial is my personal fav, in the list. View Tutorial Simple Website Layout Tutorial Using HTML 5 and CSS 3 View Tutorial
After: float Continuing in my series of “why is this so hard in CSS or HTML?” type articles, here I want to discuss the process of dealing with floated elements. Before I get started, let me just disclaim: I’m not talking here about using CSS float as an approximation forlayout structure, things like columns. In this other article, I cover what the differences are, IMO, between layout and positioning. With that distinction in my mind, I will be talking here about positioning using floats, floating an element (left or right), with other inline content (text, images) flowing around it. But we’re not talking about layout structuring here. What’s the floating problem? Put simply, if you want to take an element and float it around some other content, that floated element no longer takes up any vertical space, so if it happens to be bigger than the container would otherwise be sized by its other content, then it overflows, rather than stretching the parent. Example: Very cool! Hello, this is some text The “fix”
40 Professional and Detailed Web Layout PSD Templates :Speckyboy Design Magazine It has become increasingly difficult to to find and to freely download high quality and creative PSD web templates, with more and more of the best resources opting for the premium membership route. And rightly so, every designer should get paid for there hard design work. Having said that, you just can’t beat a good high quality freebie… And that is exactly what we have done for this post, collected 40 Professional and Detailed Web Layout PSD Templates. Some of the free templates are accompanied by a tutorial, each describing how the template was designed. But, for the sake of this article we have only focused on the availability of the free .psd templates which have been made freely available within the source files from each tutorial. Please note that there are now only 36 PSD templates, 4 resources have been removed for breaching copyright. 40 Professional and Detailed Web Layout PSD Templates
CSS3 Techniques You Should Know Many of you have probably heard all the buzz around CSS3, but exactly which techniques can we use today? In this article I’ll show you some different CSS3 techniques that work great in some of the leading browsers (i.e. Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera ), and how they will degrade well in the non-supported browsers (i.e. If you aren’t aware of the browser extensions, these are CSS styles with a vendor specific prefix. Mozilla/Firefox/Gecko: -moz-Webkit (Safari/Chrome): -webkit- (note: Some webkit prefixes only work in Safari, and not Chrome) As you might have guessed, one of the downsides of using these extensions is the fact that we must use all of the above prefixes to get the CSS3 style to render in Firefox, Safari, and Chrome. A Note About Demos on This Page The examples are all on this page, so if you’re not seeing some examples properly (or not at all), then the browser you’re using doesn’t support the particular CSS3 technique. Drop Shadows Drop Shadow Demo: Gradients Gradients Demo:
Flexible Google-style loader with CSS So, for a while I had noticed the nice sutble loader Google apps use and I was wondering if it would be easy to make with CSS and CSS animations: Yesterday, I realised that you can get this effect by increasing border size until about the middle of the element, as long as the total width stays the same (by using box-sizing: border-box): However, as you can see above, after the midpoint, the border is not curved any more, so does not produce the desired effect. This is the finished result: The dimensions are all set in ems so that you can change the size in one place: Just change the font-size and the loader scales perfectly. And yes, it’s not super useful as-is, there are tons of spinners on the Web that you can use instead.
A Showcase of Fresh Logo Designs to Inspire You In past articles, we’ve shown you beautiful logos for inspiration and tutorials on designing logos. Since we believe you can’t have too much design inspiration, here is another set of awesome logo designs to spark your creativity. About the Author Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. Related Posts 428 shares Colorful Logos for Your Inspiration We’ve rounded up some examples of logo designs that make excellent use of color. Read More shares 30 Free Vintage Logo Templates Looking for some high quality vintage logos or insignias?