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CSS frameworks have gone responsive, squeezing content into a spectrum of desktop and mobile browsers with varying degrees of success. There’s already a ton of these things floating around. Today we are taking a look at responsive CSS Frameworks and Grids that we feel are worth your consideration. Tweet


More modern version of browsers support CSS3 nowadays and already there are hundreds of tutorial made to teach designers how to use it. Great CSS3 tutorials can teach you the tricks and techniques used by experienced web designers and developers. In this post today, we would like to share with you some amazing and beautiful…


Today we are showcasing some of best tutorials and techniques that will help you create beautiful and functional designs using properties of CSS3. Check out this collection and feel free to share your opinion with us via comment section below. Tweet


CSS3 is here, it’s fun, and allows us to evolve the look of the web as we go. Features like gradients, drop shadows, rounded corners, animations, and opacity are giving us the promise of more fun. In this post we’ve collected some new and brilliant tutorials that will help you in mastering your CSS3 skills….


Box-shadow is a powerful property in modern browsers and we can make some really cool stuff with it. Let’s walk through basics of box-shadow property and then take it to the next level with ::before and ::after pseudo elements. Tweet


Typography is everyone’s favorite toy in web design. The CSS3 text-shadow property is commonly used to recreate Photoshop’s Drop Shadow type shading to add subtle shadows which help add depth, dimension and to lift an element from the page. But this isn’t all the text-shadow property is capable of. With a little ingenuity and creativity…


Most of the time writing website’s CSS is enjoyable and fun job. However some of the tasks aren’t always fun. CSS tools are here to help with those not so fun tasks, and make developers job a bit easier. We rounded up a collection of extremely useful CSS tools. Some tools are new and some…


A modular scale is a sequence of numbers that relate to one another in a meaningful way. Using the golden ratio, for example, we can produce values for a modular scale by multiplying by 1.618 to arrive at the next highest number, or dividing by 1.618 to arrive at the next number down. Tweet


HTML5, in conjunction with CSS3, will be a major alteration of how web pages are built once it is fully implemented. HTML4 was originally released in 1999 after only two years of work. There have been some minor adaptations since then, but the full upgrade to HTML5 has been “in committee” since 2001. The predicted…

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