CSS’s clip property can be used to change the size of an image, but in a different way than using the width and height properties would. The width and height elements are used to adjust the size and scale of [...]
CSS’s top and bottom properties can be used a lot like the margin top and bottom properties. Essentially, they add space between the top or bottom of an element and it’s next closest ancestor. The difference between the margin properties [...]
Here’s a fun front-end fact: did you know that tables can have captions? Tables aren’t super common anymore unless they’re being used to display data in a clean an organized fashion (when it comes to this, tables truly can’t be [...]
The resize property is actually a really cool, very underrated CSS property that you can use to allow the user to resize any HTML element.
You might already know that by default, textarea boxes are resizable by the user. The three [...]
What’s better than free icon sets? How about free icon sets that are used to depict the cute happy faces of everyone’s favorite pets? Yeah, that sounds about right. Here we’ve compiled a list of some of the best free [...]
As you’re probably already aware, CSS lets you completely dictate how your HTML elements behave — how they’re positioned, what they look like, colors, shapes, etc — on a webpage. BUT, did you know you can also use CSS to [...]
CSS3′s display property can be used in a lot of different context to achieve a lot of different effects. The property takes dozens of different values, so really, it’s very versatile. Commonly it’s used to make an item disappear (display: [...]
If you’ve ever found yourself wondering if there’s a CSS-only way to turn off or disable user-selections on a web page, you’re totally in luck, because we’re going to talk about that right now.
CSS’s user-select property can be used to [...]
Summer is just around the corner, and because nothing says summer like a bunch of fresh fruit, we’ve compiled a list of some of the coolest CSS code snippets that can be used to create a life-like representation of just [...]
CSS’s backface-visibility property is one that you might not have heard of before. The property is used to define the visibility of the back side of HTML elements that have been animated using CSS. If the element that you apply [...]