Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category

Understanding Bootstrap Modals

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In my previous tutorial, I explained how powerful Bootstrap 3 CSS framework is for a novice designers. It ships with some of the best ready-to-use JavaScript and jQuery components and plugins. The framework has reached version 3.3.7 and it's getting re...

Cool on Scroll Animations Made Easy With the AOS Library

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As front-end developer, a popular request you might get from your clients is to implement stunning animation effects on page scroll. There are many libraries to make this task easier for us. AOS, also called Animate on Scroll, is one such library and...

20+ Docs and Guides for Front-end Developers (No. 12)

It’s that time again to get learning! As before, I’ve collected a number of different learning resources, including guides, docs, and other useful websites to help you get up to speed in different areas of front-end development. So please enjoy the...

5 Beautiful Image Effects With CSS Shapes and Filters

Today we’ve prepared for you five background images showcasing the power of modern CSS. They can be used as desktop wallpapers, eye-catching landing pages, and even as printed posters. In the article below we’ll also go over some of the...

Quick Tip: How to Style React Components with styled-components

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[special]While many aspects of building applications with React have been standardized to some degree, styling is one area where there are still a lot of competing options. Each has its pros can cons, and there is no clear best choice.[/special] In thi...

Five Techniques to Lazy Load Images for Website Performance

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This article is part of a series created in partnership with SiteGround. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. With images making up a whopping 65% of all web content, page load time on websites can easily become an issue....