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CSS Tutorials — Effects

CSS » Effects — almost 8 years ago
Sure? Yes, it’s possible to create a simple and nice (3D) layout playing with some CSS3 stuff, only using code and without the help of Photoshop.
CSS » Effects — almost 8 years ago
Let’s take a look at how to create a cool anaglyphic style text effect for sprucing up your web designs, while taking into consideration semantics and avoiding the repetition of any markup.
CSS » Effects — almost 8 years ago
Most image captioning solutions in HTML are messy and tough to swap out later. This solution keeps your code clean and upgrades like a dream.
CSS » Effects — almost 8 years ago
In this post, I will discuss the topic of using text shadow in HTML/CSS. Text shadow is a property from CSS2, and what it does is simply apply shadow to the text. Moreover, text shadow allows you to create a somewhat moved or blurred copy of a piece of text, to do positioned or color shadows...
CSS » Effects — about 8 years ago
We are making an Apple-like slideshow gallery with the help of jQuery & CSS, with no PHP or databases required. As a bonus all the source code is freely available for download.
CSS » Effects — about 8 years ago
Rounded corners have been included in the CSS3 specification. Here’s how you can use them today in most modern browsers.
CSS » Effects — about 8 years ago
With CSS3, you can create all kinds of transparency effects, including overlapping, partially transparent text and buttons. And it even works in IE!
CSS » Effects — about 8 years ago
Use CSS to create a polaroid picture effect from a photo.
CSS » Effects — about 8 years ago
This experiment is the Flipbook or flick animation. The idea behind this is simple enough. Using a large image with a hide overflow, we are going to build an animation based on mouse position not unlike the mouse rollover.
CSS » Effects — over 8 years ago
The letterpress effect is becoming hugely popular in web design, and with a couple of modern browsers now showing support for the text-shadow CSS3 property it’s now simple and easy to create the effect with pure CSS. No Photoshop trickery here!
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