Category Archives: CSS
HTML5 and CSS3 web development has pushed the boundaries of what is possible online. Modern browsers have also jumped aboard the bandwagon to support a multitude of these newer effects. As a designer I have been amazed to find crazy … Continue reading
Fonts are essential for the feel of the website. Font developers, like you, need to be smart when creating and selling fonts. In media, where typefaces are very much used, fonts have changed in the same rate as any other … Continue reading
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What is Sass? Sass (short for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets) is the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language in the world and is completely compatible with all versions of CSS.
As long as the web has been around there have been certain design trends which have popped up from time to time. Some of these trends have stuck around and, over time, some have disappeared.
By Marek Brodziak
Print continues to be treated somewhat cursorily by most Web designers, who tend to be obsessed with pixels rather than printers. In the real world, a significant portion of people rely on pages printed from websites for reference: there’s still … Continue reading
CSS3 offers designers more flexibility with background images. Here we take a look at some of the key properties Background images have played a key role in web design for as long as CSS has been popular, and support has … Continue reading
Typography is often neglected on websites. This is a shame, because by improving your typography, you’ll improve both your website design and readability. In this article, I have compiled 10 extremely useful typography tips that will help you to make … Continue reading