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.
This article is not intended for hardcore pros, it is just a little push to self-development, a kind of a small tour which explains all the possibilities for beginners, for those who have no idea about UI in specific and jQuery as a whole.
This article demonstrates how to create a simple gallery using only CSS.
In this article you'll learn what you need to know to get started with CSS3 animations.
Here are the examples how to place the elements in the middle of the parent element. One of them is improved to make it workable even in IE7 and IE6.
This article describes how to create a toggle box which shows or hides content using only CSS3.
This article contains 10 examples of HTML5 canvas. These examples provide a good demonstration of the HTML5 canvas features.
One of the important parts of a responsive web design is resizing the image automatically to fit the width of its container. Actually it's very easy, all you need to do is to set the appropriate value for max-width CSS property.
Most of the prominent browsers (Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Safari) don't have a method of targeting CSS for a particular browser.
Form fields are designed to collect information from visitors of a certain page. But despite the best efforts and explanations, getting the correct information from an average user can be difficult.
Nowadays, there are more and more websites which display articles/posts/news as square boxes in several columns where each square has a main image and the title of the article/post/news. The following article contains an example of a simple animation for the main image which can make such squares look more attractive.