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CSS Grid Garden Teaches You CSS Grid in a Playful Way

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CSS Grid is the new trend in web design. After the modern browsers have been supporting this set of different CSS attributes for a while now, it is time to look into it. “CSS Grid Garden” helps you with that. CSS Grid Garden: Water Your Car...

CSS Icon: Pictograms in Pure CSS, Optionally Animated

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The freely usable web app “CSS Icon” does not only deliver pictograms in pure CSS for free, but it also allows you to define animated transitions between any two of the package’s symbols. Adobe Designer With Love For Detail Wenting Zh...

CSS: Pretty Buttons With bttn.css

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Do you like the current ghost buttons or the ones in Material Design? No matter which flat design concept you prefer, I’m sure the small stylesheet bttn.css has one or two buttons you’ll like. bttn.css: 13 Different Flat Style Buttons But...

Clever: 20 Image Effects With CSS

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CSS blend modes and filters allow for effects that were not possible before. When applying these new options to images, you can create even more impressive effects by stacking or repeating multiple attributes in clever ways. And all of this is done in ...

Fall 2016: New Animation Tools With and Without JavaScript

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The two animation tools that I would like to introduce you to today are not of the run-of-the-mill kind. They are not animation generalists, but rather specialists for small application areas. The JavaScript Granim.js allows you to create animations wi...

Cookies & Co.: Storage Options in the Browser

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For the longest time, cookies were the only option to store information locally within the browser. Even today they are mainly used in combination with server-side sessions. However, thanks to HTML5, we have another option to locally deposit data in t...

Datamaps.co: Quickly Create Maps as PNG or SVG

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Maps are commonly used to visualize statistical data. Yet, these maps are not always available. Above all else, however, the editing of such datamaps always requires effort. The service Datamaps.co not only provides vector-based maps, but also makes it...

MapSVG: Vector-Based Maps for jQuery and WordPress

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Maps are always needed, either for the visual extension of statistics or for the display of location. MapSVG is a service that allows you to easily integrate vector-based, interactive maps in SVG format into your website. MapSVG is available as a plugi...