Category: HTML5

7 types of HTML codes every novice WordPress user should know


If you’re new to website design, then WordPress is a great content management system (CMS) for the do-it-yourself site owner. It does come with a slight learning curve, but if you’re willing to sit through a few tutorials, it shouldn’t be too difficult.

One aspect that you may want to learn a bit about is HTML code. Though it sounds scary at first, the basics are pretty easy to work with once you get the hang of them. You can use this in tweaking your design, adding custom text in new widgets, or formatting blog posts and pages. If you’re brand new to HTML code, start with this brief overview.

7 tips to instantly make better webforms


Webforms are a crucial part of every website: this is how a visitor interacts with the site. Unfortunately, webforms are most of the time annoying or even painful for internet users. I’ve compiled super useful tips in this article in order to create better webforms and make your visitors happier.

5 ready-to-use Bootstrap form templates for your projects


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!

Super useful tools to simplify forms development


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.

How to build a fixed menu in 3 easy steps


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.

Hyper useful, ready to use HTML5 snippets

HTML is super easy to write, but when creating webpages you often need to do the same repetitive tasks, such as creating forms. In this article, I have compiled 10+ ready-to-use HTML snippets to fasten your front-end coding.