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CSS

  • Blog
    How We’re Using Modules to Organize Our Front-End CodeBem modular
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    Ever wondered how a large site like Tuts+ keeps its CSS, HTML and JavaScript in order over continued development and iteration? I’m going to show you the process we’ve implemented to keep it all tidy and maintainable.Read More…
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    7 CSS Units You Might Not Know AboutRuler
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    Today, I'm going to introduce you to some CSS tools you might not have known about before. These tools are each units of measurement, like pixels or ems, but it’s quite possible that you’ve never heard of them! Let’s dive in.Read More…
  • LESS
    A Few Things You Might Not Know About LESSLogo less
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    In this post, I’m going to highlight the newer features of LESS, some of which you might be blissfully unaware of.Read More…
  • uilang
    Quick Tip: UI Interactions in Plain Language With uilangUilang
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    uilang is a new, simple JavaScript-based language created by Benjamin De Cock, and it allows web designers to create UI click interactions using a set of rules taken straight from the English language.Read More…
  • Semantic UI
    New Course: Getting Started With Semantic UISemantic
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    Semantic UI is a well-crafted front-end framework with professional features and a robust API. Our new course will guide you from start to finish through the process of building a four-page website with a wide range of user interface (UI) elements, using Semantic UI. By the end of the course, you’ll be well acquainted with all the features and benefits of Semantic UI.Read More…
  • Stylus
    New Course: Become a CSS Superhero With StylusCsssuperhero2
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    Stylus is one of the three leading CSS preprocessors that make CSS easier and more powerful than ever before. In Become a Stylus CSS Superhero, you’ll learn to write code faster than a speeding bullet, create layout functionality more powerful than a locomotive, and update whole color schemes in a single bound.Read More…
  • CSS
    How to Give Your Logo the “Slip Scroll” EffectPreview
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    In today's tutorial we're going to use JavaScript to create a simple, flexible, parallax effect where a logo seemingly changes colors with the background it's on when the user scrolls.Read More…
  • News
    Learn CSS With Our New Course BundleGetting%20started%20with%20css
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    Want to get started with CSS or take your skills to the next level? Across six courses with more than 13 hours of video, you’ll learn the terminology needed to work with CSS, how to organise your CSS using SMACCS, the advanced features available with LESS, and how to build a coming soon page using your new skills.Read More…
  • CSS3
    Creating a Collection of CSS3 Animated Pre-loadersPreloader
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    In this tutorial I’ll be showing you how to create a collection of pre-loaders for your web projects using nothing but HTML and CSS3.Read More…
  • CSS
    The Holy Grail of CSS CenteringCenter preview
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    We're going to build an unstoppable CSS centering tool which works cross-browser in IE8 and up consistently.Read More…
  • News
    New Course: Building Your Own Pattern Library for the WebPatternlibrary
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    Have you ever heard about patterns in web design? In our latest Web Design course, Adi Purdila will teach you what they are, how to build your own pattern library and how to properly maintain it.Read More…
  • HTML5
    Explaining the “Details” and “Summary” ElementsDetails
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    Lots of JavaScript libraries are developed to give us additional interactive widgets on websites. Equally, HTML5 has also interpreted a number of popular interactive components, making them into native web features. In this post, we are going to look into one such element called
    (and in doing so the element) which gives us an interactive widget similar to an accordion.Read More…
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