Tag: css3

Best Practices for Accordion Menu in Web Design

The word “accordion” typically conjures a mental image of your favorite polka band. However that’s not what we are talking about when referring to accordion menu. Although polka music can offer a rip-snorting good time, the term is associated with something different in the realm of web design. User interface accordions might refer to menus, widgets, or…

Popmotion, Javascript Motion Engine for Animated UI

We seen an up-and-coming trend in design that will definitely bleed into 2016 for animation incorporated into UI. With the opposite trend of static websites emerging as well, some would argue otherwise. However, with the development of CSS3 and JavaScript, we see more and more developers embracing interactive animation in their programming. The development of…

Font Combiner can Reformat TTF/OTF files for the Web

Font Combiner is a free web tool used to customize, reuporpose, and publish fonts to get them ready for use on the web. Users have access to 100+ different free web fonts that are ready for customization. All you have to do is set your own parameters and publish the font files. Each creation will…

Live CSS Editor offers Instant CSS Manipulation In-Browser

While many browsers have developer tools, most of then work within complex containers and have lots of excessive unused tools. Live CSS Editor is much like the Chrome Dev Tools editor, however it updates automatically with each change. You can manipulate anything in the CSS with just a few keystrokes and they changes appear in…

Enjoy CSS Generates Custom & Valid CSS3 Code

One of the fastest time saving techniques for web development is to reuse code. Naturally this may come in the form of snippets saved locally to your computer. But it may also come in the form of code generators like Enjoy CSS. This free webapp creates valid CSS3 code for many common features like gradients,…

CodeMyUI curates Free Code Snippets for Web Projects

CodeMyUI is an interesting project that catalogs open source code snippets from around the web. Its primary focus is on frontend code that often pushes the boundaries of modern web development. HTML/CSS/JS code is now capable of doing lots of neat stuff. But not everyone wants to build sample components or UI effects from scratch….

dotCSS Conference runs in Paris, France on December 4th

The incredibly myriad of developers conferences can leave anyone gasping for air. How do you know what to attend and what’s worth the money? Well when it comes to frontend development and Sass/CSS there’s no better place to be than dotCSS. It happens to be one of the largest CSS conferences in Europe with a…

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