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.
If you know CSS Preprocessor languages such as Sass, then you definitely know the value of having a few mixins to help you develop and design your web pages faster without having to repeat the same code over and over again.
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 […]
Have you ever wondered how to some websites create an overlay popup when they click on a link or button? Perhaps you are wondering how to create an error overlay or even a simple ad popup (not recommended since those are really annoying).
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.
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.
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.
What are CSS3 Transitions? As with many CSS3 features that have been used as of late, many of them have dealt mainly with stylizing static properties. However, with the new CSS3 transitions, you can now do some really cool transition effects for various elements.
Here’s a quick and dirty way to center a website. It’s simple really. You just need to provide two basic properties in your CSS to include in order to center the content on your website.