[Design] Level Up Your CSS Skills With These 20 Pro #CSS Tips

From Web Designer Wall – Design Trends and TutorialsLevel Up Your CSS Skills With These 20 Pro CSS Tips:


Level Up Your CSS Skills With These 20 Pro CSS Tips
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 […]



6 Best Resources To Start A Blog In 2017

From Queness Feed6 Best Resources To Start A Blog In 2017:


6 Best Resources To Start A Blog In 2017
Most bloggers make building a blog look easy, but the truth is it actually requires a lot of careful planning to successfully launch a blog. Everything from choosing a great web hosting plan to host your website to finding a theme with a beautiful design requires a great amount of research and strategy. Most people who rush into setting up a blog always end up making lots of expensive mistakes, like spending too much on horrible web hosting or buying a theme that takes forever to load…



[#Design] Master #CSS Flexbox in 5 Simple Steps

From Web Designer Wall – Design Trends and TutorialsMaster CSS Flexbox in 5 Simple Steps:


Master CSS Flexbox in 5 Simple Steps
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…



[#Design] Duo Layout With #CSS3 Animations & Transitions (Pt. 2)

From Web Designer Wall – Design Trends and TutorialsTutorial: Duo Layout With CSS3 Animations & Transitions (Pt. 2):


Tutorial: Duo Layout With CSS3 Animations & Transitions (Pt. 2)
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…



[Tutorial] Essay Writing Tutorial: Choosing the Best One

From Tutorial Lounge » Tutorial LoungeEssay Writing Tutorial: Choosing the Best One:


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[#CSS #Tutorial] Style Your Font Like a Neon Sign With CSS3 Animation

From Basic Use – Latest Tutorial Listings For CSSStyle Your Font Like a Neon Sign With CSS3 Animation:


Style Your Font Like a Neon Sign With CSS3 Animation
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!



[#Design #Tutorial]: Trendy Splitscreen Layout w/ CSS3 Animations (Pt 1)

From Web Designer Wall – Design Trends and TutorialsTutorial: Trendy Splitscreen Layout With CSS3 Animations:


Tutorial: Trendy Splitscreen Layout With CSS3 Animations

There is no better time than the end of the year for some fresh inspiration! One of the most popular trends this year, features splitscreen layouts, lots of white space, clean typography and subtle effects. With this playful trend in mind, I’ve created a two-part tutorial to show you how to use flexbox, 3D transforms…

 



[ALA] Insisting on Core Development Principles

From A List Apart: The Full FeedInsisting on Core Development Principles:


Insisting on Core Development Principles

The web community talks a lot about best practices in design and development: methodologies that are key to reaching and retaining users, considerate design habits, and areas that we as a community should focus on. But let’s be honest – there are a lot of areas to focus on. We need to put users first, content first, and mobile first. We need to design for accessibility, performance, and empathy. We need to tune and test our work across many devices and browsers. Our content needs to grab user attention, speak inclusively, and employ appropriate keywords for SEO optimization. We should write semantic markup and comment our code for the developers who come after us…



[#Tutorial] Use #CSS to Create Interactive Buttons

From Design The Way – Latest Tutorial Listings For CSSUse CSS to Create Interactive Buttons in Different Colors and Designs:


Use CSS to Create Interactive Buttons in Different Colors and Designs
Here`s a short and simple CSS tutorial that you can use as a launch pad for your next CSS project! We`ll show you how to use CSS and HTML to create differently colored and designed buttons in this tutorial…



12 Awesome Animations You Think HTML5 Can Not Do

From Queness Feed12 Awesome Animations You Think HTML5 Can Not Do:


12 Awesome Animations You Think HTML5 Can Not Do In August 9, Google posted a post regarding Flash and Chrome. Adobe Flash Player has played a vital role in bringing rich media content such as video and audio, gaming experience and animation on the web. It makes gaming possible on web browsers, and even bring casino such as allslotscasino.com to online platform. However, Flash has its limitations, such as its lack of support in mobile, battery hungry processing needs and so on, it’s slowly phase out by major web players such as Google, Apple and Mozilla.



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