Parallax scrolling is a type of web design where different elements of a website move at different speeds. As a user navigates through parallax websites, images will float on top of other images in several layers. Parallax scrolling sites can be used in many different ways to create a variety of captivating effects which have the potential to keep viewers on your site for a great deal of time.
One of the more popular patterns that has appeared with Responsive Web Design is off-canvas navigation, Off-canvas navigation is normally accessed through the ubiquitous “hamburger” icon. With the ever increasing use of mobile devices you have to be sure their content looks as good on every type of device, no matter what size the screen. Here are off-canvas navigation menu tutorials & examples that take advantage of “off the screen” space in order to keep the content or navigation hidden until a larger screen allows it to be visible or... Read The Rest →
Here are some CSS / CSS3 dropdown menus that were coded by using pure CSS3. I hope that you will like this collection and find it useful for you.
UI kits can save you time and money while drastically improving the look and feel of your design. Not only will you be able to differentiate yourself from the default Bootstrap styling, you can change the overall styling of your theme much more efficiently. So here are some awesome HTML CSS UI kits are based off Bootstrap and definitely worth checking out for your upcoming projects.
When you develop a website or web app, having the right tools can definitely help you to save a lot of time. In this post, I have compiled a list of fresh and super useful tools to improve your CSS workflow. Sassaparilla Sassaparilla is a fast way to start your responsive web design projects that harnesses the power of Sass and Compass. It comes with just enough to get you on your way, and no unnecessary extras, so you can spend less time deleting what you don’t need and more... Read The Rest →
CSS3 animations, transitions and transforms allow developers to perform all kinds of lightweight magic on web interfaces. This post will show you some examples of button styling with CSS3.