13 Top-Notch CSS3 Fresh Tutorials

In this post we offer you a great collection of 13 Top-Notch CSS3 Fresh Tutorials you can always use whenever you need it.

Texturise web type with CSS

In this tutorial we’ll walk through texturising type from scratch – beginning with basic HTML and CSS, then creating a semi-transparent texture in Photoshop and implementing it on some headline text within a web page. We’ll finish it off by adding some extra CSS and JavaScript love.


Make A Responsive CSS3 Image Slider

The idea is very similar to the previous example: an “imagestrip” containing all the photographs of our slider moving inside a window element which works to restrict the visibility of elements outside it. For this example, you’ll need four images, although in practice you could make a strip with as many images as you wished. The sole condition is that all the images must be exactly the same size.


Responsive Column Layouts

Typically, to create a column layout, you would need to add the first or last classes to reset the margin space and clear the float. Today I’m going to share a very simple CSS trick to create a responsive column layout using nth-of-type pseudo class.


CSS3 patterned buttons

Nowadays, using subtle patterns is kinda cool so I thought why not using them also on buttons? The idea was to create some nice CSS3 patterned buttons and in this article you’ll see what I’ve been working on lately.


CSS3 Transitions, Transforms, Animation, Filters and more!

A practical guide with demos to using CSS transitions, transforms and animations. Examples work in Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera and IE10.


Kick-Start Your Project: A Collection of Handy CSS Snippets

Don’t start your project with an empty style sheet: there are many great snippets that can make your life easier and speed up web development. We are going to show you some handy snippets that you might find useful for kick-starting your next project.


How to create a simple CSS3 tooltip

Tooltips are a great way to show your user more information by simply hovering over an image or text. They can be used, for example, to provide captions for images, or longer descriptions for links, or any useful information which would improve the user experience of your site, without intruding on the design.


CSS3 tucked corners

I had one of those moments this week when I remembered I saw a while ago a tucked corners effect made by Joshua Hibbert. That was cool. While thinking about it, one of my first thoughts was to try finding an alternative solution which can allow you use a pattern as a background for the containing block.


CSS3 Lightbox

Today we want to show you how to create a neat lightbox effect using only CSS. The idea is to have some thumbnails that are clickable, and once clicked, the respective large image is shown. Using CSS transitions and animations, we can make the large image appear in a fancy way.


Create a Flexible Folded Paper Effect With CSS3

In this tutorial we’ll learn to create a flexible (responsive) folded paper effect using CSS3 features like background gradients and box-shadows, which can give a cool-looking background to the content area of your website.


How to Build a CSS3 Sliding Menu

In this article, we’re going to build a slide-out menu using CSS alone. If you’re using a modern browser, it will also show a lovely 3D page effect. This is what we’ll achieve:


CSS Pie Timer

At a first I thought it’s gonna be easy peasy, just have a circle, make it spin, hide some part of it behind a mask and I’m done. Well, it turned out it’s way more difficult. In fact, CSS is not prepared for such a task, even with preprocessors like SASS & Compass. We always struggle when it comes to making shapes, and even more when we have to style or animate those. Most of the time, we manage to work around it and get something working, at the price of maintainability or semantics.


Flashless Animation

Things are different now. CSS3 transitions and animations can do most of the heavy lifting and HTML5 audio can serve up the music and audio clips. You can do a lot without leaning on JavaScript at all, and when you lean on JavaScript, you can do so much more!


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