As a web developer or online publisher, you have to deal with poorly formatted text files on a daily basis. So how to survive in this jungle of HTML written on Word files, messy PHP source code and minified CSS? This article showcases the current most interesting online formatting tools in order to make your editing faster, easier and more efficient.
When building a website, using a CSS framework is a real time saver as it provides you with tools every web designer needs when crafting a site. But as you know, loading speed is a very important quality factor. Therefore, I have compiled a list of the current top 10 lightweight CSS frameworks, for creating beautiful, functional and super fast loading websites.
Images are a very important part of any website. Using pure CSS and a few handy tools, you can easily manipulate images and create amazing effects. This article lists 10 free CSS libraries, generators, and techniques for all your website image needs.
In CSS, pseudo-classes are used to define the special state of an element. In this article, you'll learn about pseudo-classes and how you can use them to enhance user experience.
Using modern CSS techniques, it has never been easier to create any kind of a loader/spinner. This article showcases over 40 different techniques and styles.
CSS3 has introduced a handful of new pseudo-class selectors. In this article, let's first have a look at the
:target selector, then let's see how useful it can be on a daily basis for a front-end developer.
As time goes by and the CSS specification grows bigger, writing efficient and maintainable stylesheet has became a bit trickier than before. Here's a round-up of best practices, tools and tips to produce super clean, optimized and maintainable CSS files.