These days, when CSS3 and HTML5 technologies are used so widely, it is hard to find a modern site that was made without the developments of recent years in this area. Among the huge number of new educational articles and tutorials, published daily on the Internet, we have selected only the best information. In this post you will find a lot of useful materials for both beginners and advanced web developers. Enjoy and share your opinion in comments!
This time we’ll explore transitions for sidebars or off-canvas content like the one we’ve used in the Multi-Level Push Menu. The idea is to show some hidden sidebar with a subtle transition on the element itself and also on the remaining content.
A tutorial on how to create a off-canvas icon navigation with an animated border effect. The menu effect is inspired by CreativeDash’s bounce menu for mobile apps.
Some ideas and inspiration for loading effects on a website.
A slider-like layout where the neighboring sections are positioned horizontally next to each other.
This article focused on how to build something similar to the blurred header effect you can find in iMessage and many other apps in iOS7. But the tricks you will learn will make it possible to build the Control Center effect too.
Sometimes programming is just using the right tool. This may be a framework, library or as it happens in my case CSS preprocessor. You probably don’t realize it, but LESS or SASS have a lot of constraints. I managed to change that by writing my own CSS preprocessor.
When styling a web site with CSS you might have realised that an inch on a screen is not an actual inch, and a pixel is not necessarily an actual pixel. Have you ever figured out how to represent the speed of light in CSS pixels?
The solution to this is CSS shapes and exclusions, which allow us to create true polygons, circles and ellipses. For now this feature is only available in Chrome Canary, or by enabling experimental WebKit features; but in the very near future, it will change the way we design the web forever.
In this tutorial we are going to show you how to mask images with shapes plus some nifty zoom animation effects with just HTML & CSS. I have seen this kind of styling and effect in many portfolio websites and let me show you how it’s made.
Print media (as compared to web media) has a greater flexibility when it comes to content layout and display. Due to the way web content is structured, it’s quite tricky to put text into those unusual shape frames, like how the magazines do.