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CSS Tutorials — Tips and Tricks

CSS » Tips and Tricks — almost 5 years ago
In this you'll learn how to create a vintage-looking navigation menu using pure CSS3. I hope you'll enjoy this tutorial and you'll learn some new techniques.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 5 years ago
See how to make a Nissan logo with pure CSS shapes (even the letters!).
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 5 years ago
This is al little trick I discovered when trying to replicate a border/outline effect around a custom font.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 5 years ago
This article shows you how to make a nice 3D rolling link effect.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 5 years ago
You must have already seen this (what I call “bouncing”) hover effect in navigation menus. Curious how to recreate it easily ? Below you’ll find my approach, for a simple 1-level menu as well as a drop-down one. It’s pure css, I use an :after pseudo-element with a custom attribute.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — about 5 years ago
PLEASE, if you do use Bootstrap for just about everything be courteous to your audience and change up some of the basic variables so it doesn’t look all the same! I just tested a really cool app and was SO disappointed that it used bootstrap. I’m sick of seeing the same damn buttons. I’m sick of seeing that same damn toolbar up top. It’s driving me crazy.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
Here is a solution to handle long page title of mobile web with little-known CSS tricks.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
In this quick tutorial I will show you how to make a simple navigation bar like on Facebook. This will stay at the top of the page as the visitor scrolls down.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
If you have used CSS background gradients before then you will know how you can add gradients to the background of elements, but it's not as easy to change the colour of text to have a gradient just by using CSS.
CSS » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
In today's tutorial we are going to learn how we can make it easy for your visitors to always have access to the main links on your site by creating a fixed position main navigation. But what we are going to do is hide half of the navigation off the page so it will not move over your content.
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