Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
The following article shows a way to embed custom fonts on a website using @font-face rules in CSS.
Create a handy draggable slider to quickly compare 2 images, powered by CSS3 and jQuery.
A CSS3 and jQuery powered slide-in panel, to quickly show side content, notifications or profile information.
Have you ever wanted to make a full color image black and white? In today’s tutorial we’ll show you a quick css3 snippet which will convert your images into Black and White easily without having to use Photoshop. The CSS3 snippet will convert the image into greyscale with the use of filters.
An eye-catching filling effect for your icons, that can be used to make a simple page look cool and dynamic.
The tutorial explains how to create a simple walking man effect using CSS3 animation
This tutorial covers 4 simple CSS transitions you can use to enhance your buttons and add a little flare to your web page.
Enhance user experience on your website and keep your visitors informed about the progress of the task with this eye-catching 3D CSS Progress Bar.
CSS3 introduced a new concept, media queries, which revolutionized the web. Media queries allow the presentation of the content to be manipulated to a range of devices without actually changing the content itself.
HTML imports are an experimental but promising way of embedding content. Imports are used to embed one HTML document into another; when you think about it this should not be something too difficult, but it currently is.
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