I’ll show you how to generate a map and add markers using our location icons (you can also use your own if you wish). We’ll discuss improving user experience and browsers inconsistencies. Enjoy!
In this tutorial, I will present you my alternative solution to the select form tag. It’s css-only and it looks really nice. We will use a list of radio elements, styled as a drop-down list, that will look and behave similarly to the select element.
In this tutorial we will play a bit with icon fonts.
Besides other advantages, this technique provides an easy way to have your icons look crisp on retina displays. We’ll use a custom set of social icons generated with IcoMoon App. We will use css3 transitions and pseudo-elements to add a fancy effect on hover.
We got used to standard grids and clear horizontal and vertical axes. No wonder that the eye-catching layouts based on the diagonal lines have become one of the recent trends in web design. In this tutorial we will create a very simple diagonal thumbnails gallery.
We will use css3 2D-transforms and pseudo elements to display the diamond-shaped elements with a background image.
In this tutorial we will use css3 3D transforms to create a contact form that mimic a regular letter. You’ll have to flip the envelope, note your (sender’s) coordinates on its back lid, open the envelope, unfold the paper and write your message.