In this tutorial, we create a crisp and modern full width responsive tile navigation menu using CSS, and we’ll embellish it with some CSS3 transitions.
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In this tutorial, we leverage some CSS3 transformations to create a pure CSS diagonal menu, and include some simple media queries to make it responsive.
In this tutorial, we look at some CSS toggle switch examples. We’ll be using pure CSS to create some toggle switches, adding a neat user experience to checkbox functionality.
This set of snippets comprises of some simple CSS3 transitions, transforms, and animations that you can easily drop in to any of your projects.
In this tutorial, we look at achieving a CSS folded corner effect. This is a neat way to add a little extra style and appeal to sections of your site.
In this snippet, we look at the creation of the ever-present aesthetic element – triangles – using pure CSS.
Let’s plunge into the world of CSS preprocessors, in particular, Sass (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets) and SCSS (Sassy CSS). We’ll look at some definitions, how it works, and some examples.
In this tutorial, we take a look at the creation of four different CSS spinners and loaders with CSS3 animations. This will give us some insight into the possibilities out there, and open up your imagination.
In this tutorial, we look at various CSS input text styles that are great for giving forms on your site a more welcoming and appealing look. Gone are the days of image shadows...we're doing it with straight up CSS.
If you’re writing a blog, it’s great to have an archive page that displays all your posts in a neat, concise, and easy to browse fashion. This snippet will show you how to create a WordPress custom archive page.