Category: CSS
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  1. Create Attractive Form Using HTML, CSS and JavaScript

    Create Attractive Form Using HTML, CSS and JavaScript The web has changed a lot in the previous few years and introduction of new technologies like HTML5 and CSS3 has given a boost to it. We all see a lot of at...Learn More
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  2. Difference between CSS and CSS3

    **Difference between CSS and CSS3** Here you will learn about difference between CSS and CSS3. Cascading style sheets have entirely shaped the way we view the web; they define the means by which we create the d...Learn More
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  3. Having Fun With Impractical CSS

    Enough Theory, Let’s Get Coding Background and main container According to the structure chart, we want the background in html:before . Then we want the html element to contain everything. This allows us to ...Learn More
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  4. Use Min-Width, Not Max-Width, in Your CSS

    Use Min-Width, Not Max-Width, in Your CSS Your websites should be mobile-first, not mobile-last I am unhealthily addicted to inspecting the websites I visit. Maybe it’s a sign that I’ve been a developer for t...Learn More
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  5. How to Style your Markdown Content in Gatsby 📝

    Gatsby offers out of the box support to write the content in markdown and create pages easily in your app and with the leverage of many Gatsby Plugins, we can do many things like format code snippets, lazy load...Learn More
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  6. The Complete Guide To SCSS/SASS

    In this tutorial Sassy, Sass and SCSS will refer to roughly the same thing. Conceptually, there isn’t much difference. You will learn the difference as you learn more, but basically SCSS is the one most people ...Learn More
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  7. Build a Stunning Breadcrumb Component in React with Plain CSS

    In this tutorial, we are going to quickly generate a react project with the create-react-app. (If you want to get a copy of the repository from github, click here). Go ahead and create a project using the com...Learn More
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  8. All You Need To Know About CSS-in-JS

    You’ve probably heard terms like CSS-in-JS, Styled Components, Radium, and Aphrodite, and you’re left there thinking, “Why is this relevant to me? I’m perfectly happy with CSS-in-CSS (CSS in .css).” I’m here t...Learn More
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  9. Alien Invasions, SVGs and CSS Animations

    I have been a bit obsessed with SVGs and CSS animations lately, so I thought it could be a good idea to share my latest finding with you guys. The idea of this article is walk you through some basic concepts th...Learn More
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  10. Web Development: Build your own portfolio using HTML/CSS

    portfolio.html This is where your HTML code goes :) Setting up the file First, create a file called “portfolio.html”. Then, add a declaration to the file so the browser knows to expect a HTML file. Let’...Learn More
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  11. Setting Up a Next.js Project With TailWind CSS

    1. Why Use Tailwind CSS? Compare Tailwind CSS to a CSS framework like Bootstrap or Foundation, and you will find out that they’re completely different. I can sniff a Bootstrap website or application from mile...Learn More
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  12. Web Animation and the Render Pipeline

    Being a student of both design and development it sort of makes sense that I would find the art of web animation so fascinating. As a discipline right on the border between the two, the freedom in shaping an in...Learn More
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