A neat way to spice up your blog and search form is to make your search form with HTML5 and CSS3. One of the first improvements HTML5 brings to web forms is the ability to set the placeholder text. Placeholder text is displayed when the input field is... Read More | Share it now!
Today in this tutorial we learn about how to design and customize awesome download buttons in minutes. Button states saved as images and toggled by CSS are so out of date and also it’s painful for every website developer. we’ll cover prettying... Read More | Share it now!
The marquee <marquee> has a lond and rather dismal history, going all the way back early of the internet explorer. Never standardized element nor a part of any HTML Spec, <marquee> was commonly used to create a scrolling “Ticker Tape”... Read More | Share it now!
The pace at which the Web has evolved is commendable. The web development, particularly front-end web development has been developed rapidly and has been largely affected by the recent changes in coding techniques and approaches. In 2004, a front-end... Read More | Share it now!
In the last article we’ve seen the basic rules to create a simple layout for a website. After concentrating on the pc-desktop version, in this fourth part of the series, we’ll see which are the rules to apply to make the layout responsive.
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In the Previous tutorial of this series, I’ve shown how to start building a website with the HTML code and its main elements. Now it’s time to introduce the first CSS rules in order to have a general idea of the graphic style that the homepage of... Read More | Share it now!
In the first article of this brand new series, I have introduced the main objectives of the series and given a short but complete introduction on the critical components of media queries and responsive breakpoints. Now, it’s time to begin doing some... Read More | Share it now!
In this tutorial, we’ll take a look and see what we can achieve with HTML5 and CSS3. HTML5 brings to the spec a dedicated <nav> element that should be used as the container for any major navigation structure, such as the main vertical or... Read More | Share it now!