Retina-fy: Creating High Density Retina Displays for Your Website

Posted in Coding, Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials, Tutorials6 days ago • Written by 1 Comment

High density retina displays or screens, like Apple’s Retina Display, have lots of pixels in a small space that it is almost impossible see the pixelation, thus, displaying smoother images and texts. Although Apple offered it first on the market, manufacturers have been releasing similar devices recently to compete with Apple.

When using Retina Display devices, you can see that other sites online appear blurry. This is because of the low-resolution images being stretched to fill the screen that makes the site look disgusting. A Retina Display scales 1px to 2px, making the size double.

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Create a Sliding Navigation Menu in CSS3 and jQuery 4 Easy Steps

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials1 week ago • Written by 5 Comments

There are many ways to create a navigation menu for the Web. One of the most popular navigation menus is the accordion look drop-down navigation that slides up and down, showing its sub-menus when toggled.

In this tutorial, we’re going to build a sliding navigation menu using CSS3, along with some jQuery codes to manage the sliding animation.

Let’s get started.

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Creating a Responsive Email Template

Posted in Coding, Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials, Tutorials2 weeks ago • Written by 9 Comments

As smart phones and tablets have become popular, more and more people are have been reading their emails regularly on their small screen devices. According to Campaign Monitor, mobile surpassed web and desktop client usage last July 2012. As the mobile email usage grows, web developers and designer must consider optimizing the look of their email newsletters on phones and tablet.

Email clients such as Outlook (Windows), Mail (OSX), etc. use different HTML engines. Many have some rules and regulations. That being said, some CSS might work while some might not.

So, in making an email template, it is highly recommended to use a different approach. Many email clients completely remove the head and strip out styles while some support a limited set of inline and internal styles for formatting. To many, an old-school table layout is the best way to go.

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Creating Shapes with SVG : An SVG Tutorial

Posted in Coding, Coding, Tutorials, Tutorials2 weeks ago • Written by 4 Comments

Have you tried using the SVG image format? Here is an SVG tutorial to help you delve deeper on how to use this image format to your full advantage.

In the past, the only image format that was supported by all browsers was the GIF, an image file developed by CompuServe. Then came the JPEG image file, which offered lousy compression without the loss of details, but the size is really small compared to the GIF file image.

After some time, the aim for advance 2-dimensional vector computer graphics on the Web came into being. With so much competing formats that were submitted to W3C, SVG was finally developed in 1999.

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How to Create Smooth CSS3 Animation Styles and Effects with Ease

Posted in Coding, HowTos, Tutorials, Tutorials, Web Interface2 months ago • Written by 13 Comments

With the newest capability of CSS3, transition from one style to another without using JavaScript or Flash becomes possible. It allows elements to change values over a specified duration, animating the property changes instead of having them static and leaving them dead. CSS3 animation styles and effects give your more freedom to create the design you want.

Today, I’m going to introduce to you different transitions and effects that can be done using only CSS3. So get ready and let’s rock!

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Bend and Set Text on a Circle Without Using Photoshop

Posted in Coding, Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials, Tutorials2 months ago • Written by 5 Comments

When web designer creates pages, sometimes they want to set an element where they need to bend  or wrap texts inside a circle (e.g. for the site’s logo or title). Photoshop and some image editing software is often the go-to software for creating these images.

On the other hand, bending and setting text on a circle without using Photoshop gives flexibility to the design and value to the SEO since search engines can’t read texts in images.

This can be an easy task using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator but setting text on web type using HTML and CSS might be a challenge. Thanks to the power of CSS3 and jQuery, this can be done.

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How to Create a CSS3 Pop-Out Menu Without Learning Programming

Posted in Coding, Coding, Tutorials, Tutorials, Web Interface2 months ago • Written by 8 Comments

Modern websites offer a more complex hierarchy of navigation. This navigation sometimes makes user-experience on the website’s menu a bit confusing. Using a CSS3 pop-out menu makes it easier to find your way to what you want on the site quickly. Thanks to CSS3, animation is now possible.

Using CSS3, you can simply hide and unhide an element under other elements. This will not only simplify your code but also makes it  easily updated. This means you can now perform some sliding animation even without the knowledge of programming.

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How to Create a Scrolling Parallax Website

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials4 months ago • Written by 31 Comments

Parallax websites are one of the latest and biggest trends on the web for some time now. If you want to impress your clients or implement immediate impact on your site, this is a good choice for you. In this tutorial, I’ll teach you how to create a simple but beautiful parallax website that will create an illusion of 3D depth to your site. It will surely catch your viewers’ attention. So let’s dig in.

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10 Easy-to-Follow PSD to HTML/CSS Tutorials

Posted in Coding, Tutorials5 months ago • Written by 5 Comments

Converting PSD to HTML/CSS might intimidate you at first since it’s a brand new world, especially for long-time Photoshop users. A basic knowledge of HTML and CSS won’t hurt; beginners might find these tutorials a bit dizzying but, hey, it’s worth a try. And believe me when I say to you, finding a good teacher who will teach you for free (or for a small amount) is just another difficulty waiting next door if you don’t start now.

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Design a Pricing Plan Using CSS3 in Under 15 Minutes – Downloadable

Posted in Coding, HTML & CSS, Tutorials11 months ago • Written by 21 Comments

Today we continue the series of tutorials on basic HTML5 and CSS3 coding and we jump even deeper into CSS3 with this video on how to design a pricing plan.

If you own a product which you sell only on a subscription basis, then you will probably need pricing tables in order to showcase your product and the purchase options better. This tutorial will teach you how to do that.

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