Form Fields In the previous chapter, we talked about how to create tables to display tabular data. In this chapter, we’ll go over how to create our own forms on a page. Forms are useful in capturing and getting information from a user through form fields such as inputs, checkboxes, radio buttons, select dropdowns, etc. […]
One of the new features(quirks) that Apple had currently implemented in iOS was the page zooming on input form fields when a user taps or focuses on the input field itself. The whole purpose for this was to help alleviate the strain of small font sizes on mobile screens, thus allowing the screen to zoom […]
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.
In this tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to create a very natural and beautifully designed button that you would usually make in Photoshop using only CSS3. Some of the properties that I will be using heavily are CSS3 text-shadows, box-shadows, gradients and rounded corners. First I’ll show you what we are going to be […]
Lately there has been a great amount of websites that have started incorporating CSS3; Many of which have used some kind of text effects such as text shadows. While text shadows have been around for quite some time, it has recently become so much easier to implement because of modern browsers.