Over the last few years of surfing the Internet, we can observe more and more websites which have well-designed and creative error pages. This article proposes an idea how to do it using simple animation in CSS3.
Nowadays you can hardly imagine a website not selling anything. So, the best choice is to use pricing tables that allow users to see the price and features of different products at once. In this article, we will create pure CSS pricing tables.
This loader consists of three fading blocks and an effect of a passing wave. Whole animation is done by using @keyframes rule in CSS3 and doesn't require any animated GIF image.
Expanding effect for appearing text that is used in this article consists of two parts where each part performs after another is finished. This effect is only made possible by using @keyframes rule in CSS3.
With the evolutionary changes the industry has been experiencing in the last decade, web developers are always kept on edge, trying to predict the next trend which will take the industry by storm!
When it comes to the question of which blogging system to use, WordPress leads the pack. Its functionalities relating to the diverse range of templates, architecture, and plug-in facilities provide users with an incredible amount of tools and pathways of creating content from websites to sharing pictures and video.
WordPress themes are all the rage today, with tens of thousands being available at a number of marketplaces. Depending on functionality and design, one can go for either free or paid themes.
The web design industry has catapulted in terms of progress over the past few years, and a lot can still be expected from the field at the current pace of technological advancements.
In HTML5, there is a new element - progress which acts as a regular progress bar and is used to visualize the progress completion of a certain task such as data download on a server.