In this tutorial, we are going to design a Coming Soon or Under Construction page with a minimalist style and light color scheme in Photoshop, and then, code it all up using HTML5 and CSS3.
We'll show you how to design creative typography with CSS and the jQuery plugin Lettering.js, a simple, lightweight, and easy-to-use plugin that gives complete control over website typography.
We’ve curated 10 free open source code snippets you can use to recreate these toggle effects. They each have a distinct style and they’re all built to run in every modern web browser.
Just about every website uses buttons. They might be used for CTAs, basic contact form buttons or something else altogether.
Regardless, you’ll want to figure out your site’s button design…
Less allows you to write CSS in a simpler way by just using and combining mixins, functions, and so on. Less also increases readability and organization of CSS using imports, nested rules and comments with .less extension.
Custom loading bars offer a way for websites to update visitors using strong visuals. Sometimes a static “loading” message isn’t always enough!
And if you want to add a custom…
You will find a compilation of the 40 most essential cheatsheets for frontend developers and designers. The collection covers CSS, HTML, JS, PHP, WordPress, Bootstrap, many of the popular code editors, and so much more.
You will learn the basics of Sass and see why CSS has some drawbacks, and why and how you can code much faster with Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets (Sass).
With the right tools you can build a website from scratch in less than a day. This requires some experience, but web development is easier to pick up than you’d…
Breadcrumb trails clarify the organization of a website and give visitors a way to browse deeper into categories. They’re also great for schema data which can greatly affect your SERP…
Free online tools are the norm for modern designers. Why reinvent the wheel if you can save time with a free resource?
If you search around, you’ll find plenty of…
We’ve curated the best free CSS tools that we think every developer should not only know about, but also use in their typical dev workflow.