Archive for the ‘HTML/CSS’ Category

Tool Tip: Moving Letters With Anime.js and CSS

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Animated font effects are real eye-catchers. Used correctly, they can enhance your design. Moving Letters provides you with 16 fantastic visuals. The Swedish designer and developer Tobias Ahlin has an impressive backlog of references. First of all, he...

Hologram: Free Mac App For a Smooth Start With WebVR

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Freelancers that make their money off customer projects have little time for new technologies. With Hologram, you can get a sneak peek at WebVR, without losing entire monthly incomes in the process. Hologram is a native app for macOS and is as such use...

CSS Grid Layout: Masonry Layout Made From Pure HTML and CSS

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Codepen user Kseso convinces us with a simple but impressive application case for CSS Grid, by creating a clean Masonry layout from pure HTML and CSS. CSS Grid Layout is Available Across the Board The fact that the CSS Grid Layout is an important desig...

Taffy: Slim CSS Framework Based on CSS Flexbox

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The syntax of CSS Flexbox isn’t that easy to grasp. If you don’t deal with it on a daily basis, you’d rather use something more straightforward if and as needed. The tiny CSS framework Taffy is that thing. CSS Flexbox: Induction Inevi...

Tool Tip: Color Gradients With CSS for Backgrounds and Buttons

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Color gradients spice up the occasionally boring flat design. Thus, it’s always useful to have a couple of options at hand. Of course, you can also come up with color mix after color mix on your own, but the following two tools will free you of t...

Your Web Image is Unnecessarily Bloated

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Images make up a majority of web content.But a lot of websites and applications that we browse aren’t always delivering the most optimal image format, size, quality and dimension. As a developer, it seems inefficient to serve a 2,000kb JPEG image whe...

Mavo: Web Apps Without Programming, Only With HTML/CSS

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Mavo allows you to create web apps for storing and editing of data without requiring any programming skills. It’s an expansion for HTML and very easy to learn. Lea Verou Has Thought Outside the Box Once Again Designers and developers that donR...

HTML5 Canvas or SVG: Choose Wisely

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In 2004, the introduction of HTML5 also brought us the JavaScript based drawing method Canvas. The vector-based SVG format has been a thing since 2001. However, it only became truly successful over the past few years, in parallel to HTML5. Both formats...

Mobirise: Responsive Web Design Made Easy (and Free)

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Talking about website builders, we have a plethora of options. But those that simply build a site as fast as 123 are few. Mobirise is the quickest builder I ever ran across. Most small businesses don’t aim at delivering the most innovative websit...