Bootstrap is the most popular and probably the most complete front-end web framework, which allows developers to fasten the creation of a website or web app. In this article, I have compiled 5 ready-to-use web forms for your Bootstrap projects. It’s time to save some time!
Forms are probably the most important part of any website, as they are the main way for your visitors to interact with you. Unfortunately, forms are often complex and take a lot of time to create. In this article, I’ve compiled my favorite tools for speeding up web form creation and development.
Thanks to CSS3, making your website looking good has never been as easy. In this article, I’m exploring ten super easy – but amazing – tips and techniques to make your website more beautiful and user-friendly.
I already said it before, but nowadays websites have to be easy to use on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. Navigations menus are definitely an important part of a website, but sometimes it can be tricky to make a resposive, mobile menu. Here’s a tutorial on how to create a pure css mobile menu for your favorite WordPress theme.
Icons are widely used by designers and coders when making a website. for years, we have been using images. But as modern browsers made webfont embedding easy and widespread, icons webfont started to rise. Here’s CatsWhoCode selection of the ten most awesome -and free- icon webfonts.
Fixed menus are a definitive web design trend of 2014. They look good, and they are also super useful for visitors. Today, I’m showing you how you can create a lightweight, functional and beautiful fixed menu for your website or WordPress blog.
With the multiplication of devices used to access the internet (computer, tablets, smartphones…) you have to make sure that your website will look good on every device possible. In this article, I have compiled 5 super useful techniques for a better, more responsive site or web app.