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  • CSS Animation
    New Course: CSS Animation in the Real WorldCssrealworld
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    When it comes to choosing a CSS animation, you’ve got a world of choice at your fingertips. There are thousands available, but which should you use, and where? This course is about using CSS animations in the real world. You’ll learn practical CSS animation tricks for buttons, navigation elements, scroll events, SVG, and how to apply them to a number of situations you’ll come across every day on the web.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…
  • jQuery
    Quick Tip: Sticky Navigation, Without the Awkward JumpWaypoints
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    In this quick tutorial we're going to use jQuery and make a simple sticky navigation. With that done, we'll improve on our efforts by using jQuery Waypoints to make the effect smoother.Read More…
  • Foundation
    How to Build a Shrinking Fixed Top Bar With FoundationFoundation bar
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    A very common trend these days is the use of a fixed navigation, which shrinks to become less intrusive as the user scrolls down the page. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how you can achieve this by using ZURBs Foundation Top Bar, some custom sass and jQuery. To top it off we'll add a couple of media queries to make our menu responsive. Let's get started!Read More…
  • jQuery
    How to Build a Page Scroll Progress Indicator With jQuery and SVGIndicator thumb
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    Today we will be looking at a few techniques for displaying scroll progress for users who are reading a page. We will cover two specific techniques you can employ to show scroll progress, and leave you with a toolset to create your own. Let's get started!Read More…
  • Complete Websites
    Finishing the Responsive Timeline Portfolio PagePortfolio2 thumb
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    It's time to finish off our responsive timeline portfolio layout. In this tutorial we'll add some flair with CSS3 animations and jQuery.Read More…
  • jQuery
    Create a Quick, Sticky MenuSticky menu retina
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    During this quick tutorial we're going to implement a sticky menu with CSS, toggling its visibility with jQuery. It's the perfect way to give visitors social links, additional places within a network of sites, or even personalize settings.Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Build a Multi-Step Form InterfaceForm sideways retina
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    Form usability is an incredibly important topic in web design. As one of the primary input interfaces provided to users, the usability of a form is essential to a good user experience. Today, we're going to build a multi-part form, complete with validation and animation. We'll cover a lot of ground, so buckle up!Read More…
  • Site Elements
    Reveal Content When Needed With an Expanding FooterFooter retina
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    During this tutorial we're going to build an expanding footer; a user interface pattern which allows the user to click on expandable footer regions if they wish to see more content. The end result is comparable to the accordion effect sometimes applied to lists and you can find it used on sites such as seesparkbox.com. Additionally, we're going to be using Emmet to help us write our HTML at lightning speed.Read More…
  • Responsive Web Design
    Examining Responsive Navigation: Off Canvas PatternsNav patterns preview
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    In this tutorial we'll walk through four variations of patterns where navigation and page content is placed off canvas to conserve space until requested. It's time to stop copying and pasting, let's start understanding!Read More…
  • JavaScript
    Quick Tip: Implement a Sticky "Back to Top" ButtonGo to top preview
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    In this quick tip screencast we're going to implement a feature which you may have seen on websites with lots of page content. This button appears when the browser window is scrolled beyond a certain point and will allow our users to easily navigate "back to top". The implementation is pretty straight-forward; first we'll create our link with HTML and CSS, then we'll use a bit of JavaScript to enhance the behavior. The Screencast Alternatively, Download the video, or subscribe to Webdesigntuts+ screencasts via YouTube Read More…
  • UX
    Making Websites Location Aware With HTML5 GeolocationLocation preview
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    Assumption can be a risky business in the world of UX, but some assumptions can enable you to deliver a more tailored user experience to your visitors. We're going to look at enhancing user experience by making your websites location aware.Read More…
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