Create Reflection Effect Using CSS3 and Reflection.js

One of the amazing effects you can do with today’s modern web design is to create an image reflection effect. However, creating an image reflection effect using CSS3 alone for your site can be time consuming. This might work for awhile; however, when you need modify the images on your site, you also need to … Continue Reading

Creating a CSS3 Dropdown Menu – Video Tutorial

We have talked a lot about about HTML5 and CSS3 in the past couple of months and today we continue the series of video tutorials with a new addition: creating a CSS3 dropdown menu from scratch. It is extremely easy to do, so don’t be scared. The video is a bit longer, it runs for about … Continue Reading

47 Cool and Useful CSS3 Tutorials and Techniques

Using CSS3 proficiently makes designing a lot more fun. With a good command of CSS3, you can create beautiful designs with great efficiency and ease. The tutorials are extremely helpful, not only for the professionals, but, also for the beginners. Here we have put together a smart collection of useful CSS3 tutorials to help you … Continue Reading

Breaking Down Media Queries for Responsive Web Design

The core of any Responsive Web Design framework is the media query. Media queries are what enable your website to call different style declarations from your stylesheets based on the current window width of the viewing device. Many of those new to Responsive Web Design, RWD, don’t spend time getting familiar with them. When there … Continue Reading

45 Fresh HTML5 And CSS3 Templates You Should See

The first two things web developers consider when they need to create an extremely stylish and trendy website are CSS3 and HTML5. The reason for this is the functionality and features they offer and why HTML5 and CSS3 are a major topic for web designers. Taking this into account, we thought to compile another fresh … Continue Reading

Mastering CSS Gradients in Under an Hour

Have you refrained from using CSS Gradients because either you didn’t understand them, or thought the browser support for them wasn’t good enough to consider using them in your projects? Well, it’s time to kill those 1px wide images, my friend. If you’re just curious about how to use CSS Gradients, this is the place … Continue Reading