Opacity and Transparency
By definition, opacity and transparency in CSS define how visible an element is, whether in images, tables, or even RGBA (red green blue alpha) color values. Based on their root words, opacity is the measure of an element’s [...]
An image gallery is a very useful part of a website, as it can showcase photographs, pieces of art, and other visuals for whatever purpose you may need. This can work great for artists who want to display their art [...]
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 [...]
Looking for new places to get free, high quality stock photos for your projects? Check out this list of sites that have hundreds upon hundreds of stock photos available for you to use under the creative common license.
Unsplash hosts [...]
In CSS3, an outline is a line that’s drawn around the outside of an element. Outlines are essentially the exact same thing as borders, they even have the same syntax in your CSS, but they differ in their placement. Borders [...]
The difference between margin and padding is an important concept for new developers to grasp. While margin and padding both provide space in relation to elements, they do so in different ways. Padding provides space within the element, meaning that it [...]
Font Awesome is a, well, awesome tool that gives developers free access to hundreds of different useful icons to add to their sites and web apps. It’s becoming a really nice alternative to downloading PSD icon sets, largely because since [...]
Despite the fact that it’s widely used, applying CSS3′s !important declaration to your stylesheets isn’t considered to be a best practice. The !important declaration is typically used to override style rules that are defined elsewhere in the CSS. For example, [...]