Tag Archives: CSS

4 pro tips to maximise responsive accessibility

Ensure your responsive sites and apps are as accessible as possible with this advice from expert Derek Featherstone. Responsive design and accessibility both embrace the idea of flexibility. But there’s more to it than that. Simply implementing responsive design techniques doesn’t … Continue reading

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20 Great Examples of Subtle Motion in Web Design

Two modern technologies of CSS/JS animation and HTML5 video allow designers to add awesome motion effects to their web designs, common examples being large background videos or web elements that move into place. These effects don’t always have to be … Continue reading

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Why Study PHP

Learning a new language (programming or otherwise) can be a bit overwhelming. Many people just don’t know where to start and give up before they even begin. Learning PHP is NOT as overwhelming as it might seem, I promise you. … Continue reading

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Tips And Tricks for Managing Efficient WordPress Websites

One of the easiest CMS engines to learn is WordPress. They have a free service where newbies can sign up to learn the system without committing to a full domain name. Once you get a personal server there are many … Continue reading

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Responsive vs Adaptive Web Design

  Today, website accessibility has become one of the hottest topics of discussion among web developers all over the world. Website owners have become more concerned about their site’s accessibility via devices other than the standard desktop and laptop screens. … Continue reading

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Why Sass?

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.

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CSS3, Web Fonts and Icons

We’re really lucky to be working in an industry like the web industry. Nowadays, we have so many new tips and techniques and ways of working all of the time. We’re also really lucky that we’re in an age where, … Continue reading

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Tips And Tricks For Print Style Sheets

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

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Distance to Mars in Pixel Aspect Ratio

We stumbled upon a really great example of using very Basic HTML CSS and JavaScript together to create something quite interesting. In this example Dave used some clever JS to show us how big Mars and Earth would be and … Continue reading

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CSS Typography for better looking websites

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

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CSS Properties in depth

If you are learning CSS then this is a great resource and explanation on what each of the CSS properties does. Sometimes you need to refresh your mind on how to accomplish something with CSS. Check out all the properties … Continue reading

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