Contact forms are a great and simple way to show others how they can contact you without having to directly open up their email client and send you an email directly. In this tutorial, I’ll be going over how to create a very simple contact form (that you can use on your own website) and have it use AJAX to run a PHP file which will send you an email with that user’s contact information and load a thank you message, all without reloading the page.0
UI form elements, such as select dropdown lists, have always been difficult to design in CSS. The issue is based on the fact that UI form elements are not necessarily part of the web standard specs. This also includes other form elements such as radio buttons, checkboxes, etc.
What are Responsive Frameworks?
Responsive frameworks are used to help develop and design websites quickly using CSS selectors and classes and allow us to easily create responsive websites with ease.0
What are Extensible CSS Preprocessor Languages?
So you’re probably wondering to yourself: What are these extensible CSS preprocessor languages and why should I use them? You might also be asking to yourself, why I should even learn a new way of writing CSS when I already know how to write it well? The answer is simple… It’ll make you write CSS even faster, more proficient, and will also let you split up your CSS so you can re-use some of it in another section of your site without having to re-write your CSS again.
Before CSS3, there wasn’t really a way to change the default blue text selection color when you highlight some text on a webpage. With current browsers and more support for CSS3, it has been really simple to change the look and color of the text selection.0
When you’re trying to work with HTML content that you are unable to edit (perhaps partially because of technical, work-related, or project-based), the only option to add other content without touching the HTML structure is to use the :before and :after pseudo-elements.0
Page zoom using mobile browsers can be a great way to view certain areas on a webpage, especially if it’s difficult to see a certain area of the page. However, with mobile versions of certain websites, it may not be a useful feature if your website is already optimized for mobile viewing.2