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CSS Tutorials

CSS » Basics — over 6 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to be creating box shadow effects with just CSS. Below is an image created in photoshop of different box shadows effects. These used to be the only way of creating this effect but thanks to CSS3 we can now do all this with just CSS.
CSS » Basics — over 4 years ago
There are two CSS properties to control the numbering in CSS, counter-reset and counter-increment.
CSS » Basics — about 9 years ago
HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You'll Soon Be Using
CSS » Basics — almost 8 years ago
Last week we went through the step by step process of building a simple yet stylish single page portfolio site concept in Photoshop. This week we’re going to code up the design into a complete working HTML and CSS website and add the finishing touches in the form of super duper jQuery effects.
CSS » Basics — over 5 years ago
Consider this post a crash course that is all about the CSS3 transition property. I will go over what it is, how it works and where, and its awesome capabilities. So, sit back, take a sip of your cocoa and enjoy this amazing journey that is the transition property!
CSS » Basics — almost 4 years ago
Here are the examples how to place the elements in the middle of the parent element. One of them is improved to make it workable even in IE7 and IE6.
CSS » Basics — over 4 years ago
Semi transparent pattern overlays are a great way to make a website that has a full-screen photo or video background more readable and friendlier on the eyes. Step in and learn how to apply such an pattern background overlay using only CSS. Have fun!
CSS » Basics — almost 9 years ago
11 Classic CSS Techniques Made Simple with CSS3
CSS » Effects — about 7 years ago
A few days ago, I received my invite to Google Music. While browsing the app, I noticed a tiny, but neat trick they use to create tabs and diagonal borders with plain-old CSS. I’ll show you how to do the same in your projects today!
CSS » Color Theory — over 4 years ago
With all common browsers now supporting CSS 3, I'm seeing more and more developers seeking to use its design features. One of the most asked about topics is opacity. Seemingly, this is tied in with Twitter using semi-transparent backgrounds on its feed page. In this brief article I'll outline the two different methods of achieving opacity alterations in CSS and when best to use them.
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