Archive for the ‘HTML & CSS’ Category

How to use Media Queries in JavaScript

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If you thought responsive design was reserved for CSS layouts only, you'll be pleased to hear media queries can also be used in JavaScript. Continue reading %How to use Media Queries in JavaScript%

GreenSock for Beginners (Part 2): GSAP’s Timeline

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The aim of this second part of GreenSock for Beginners is to introduce you to GreenSock's TimelineMax. You'll be learning: Why you need a timeline How to include multiple tweens in a timeline How to package multiple timelines into functions and nest ...

Building a 3D Rotating Carousel with CSS and JavaScript

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A lot has been said on the use of traditional 2D carousels, for example this piece on Smashing Magazine covers this subject. There’s no simple yes or no answer to the ‘should I use a carousel?’ question; it depends on the particular situation. Wh...

7 of the Best Code Playgrounds

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Messing around with experimental code is easy thanks to several free online development playgrounds. Craig Buckler looks at seven of the best... Continue reading %7 of the Best Code Playgrounds%

GreenSock for Beginners: a Web Animation Tutorial (Part 1)

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My aim in this article is to give you a thorough introduction to GreenSock, also known as GSAP (GreenSock Animation Platform), a super performant, professional-grade HTML5 animation engine for the modern web. This is the fourth article in the series B...

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...

Getting Started with AnyChart — 10 Practical Examples

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If your website is data-intensive, then you will need to make that data easy to visualize, normally by means of a JavaScript charting library. However such libraries a dime a dozen and they all have slightly different capabilities, so how do you know w...

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...

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....