Category Archives: css
In this quick tutorial we show you how to use the clip-path property to effortlessly create CSS-only triangles. No borders or unicode involved. Continue reading
Front-end development is quickly becoming more and more focused on efficiency – faster loading and rendering through selector choice and minimizing code. Pre-processors like Less and SCSS go a long way in doing some of the work for us, but there are plenty of ways to write minimal, quick CSS the native way. This guide […]
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CSS flexbox is an incredibly useful tool for layout without using floats or positioning. Currently almost all current browser version support flexbox, making it a go-to standard for web design. It can solve a number of problems efficiently, such as vertical alignment, space distribution, ordering of elements and sizing. It offers more freedom to arrange […]
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Last week I demonstrated how to build a split-screen website layout using CSS flexbox and viewport units that offers an alternative way to present a brand’s featured content. Clicking on one side or the other navigates further into the site without a page load, using CSS transitions and 3d transforms. This week, I’ll show you […]
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More and more websites are getting creative with their error pages. In this tutorial, we’ll create a 404 error page styled like a neon sign!
There is no better time than the end of the year for some fresh inspiration! Continue reading
Here's a short and simple CSS tutorial that you can use as a launch pad for your next CSS project… Continue reading
A collection of tips and best practices that will help you write more efficient, organized, and reliable style sheets. Continue reading
This is the kind of list that your visitors can use to view activity that has happened on their account while they were away. Facebook and Twitter make great use of this kind of feature already – and …