Question every starting Web Designer has to face, is how does he want to market himself and how to build your portfolio. Since money are what will keep you alive while doing your business, you have to thing about these questions really hard. They are important and they have to be answered.
Today we will discuss possible ways to make sure our CSS are bulletproof and our webpages works properly (how we want) on every browser out there. I want to talk about this subject because it is very important to for successfully follow progressive enhancement philosophy and to avoid ignoring some users because of software they… Continue reading How to bulletproof your CSS
For today, we will create full-screen stacked navigation with beautiful resizing width effect on hover. Our goal is to create navigation which will take approximately 25% of the page’s width and 100% of its height. If you read previous tutorial on “Full-screen page with centered navigation”, you know what am I talking about. Navigation will… Continue reading Full-screen stacked navigation tutorial
Some websites use this very nice feature of being stretched to full-screen no matter if they contain any content. It often comes side-by-side with full-screen photo on the background, some times also using a blur effect. However, our goal for today will be creating this full-screen page with photo on background and centered navigation. This… Continue reading Full-screen page with centered navigation tutorial
Welcome into the second part of our Complete guide to CSS selectors. In first part we explored the basic ones and ended up with attribute selectors. Today we will continue with pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements. Those of you who are not that grounded in selectors should look at Pt1 first. However, if you are ready, we can… Continue reading A Complete Guide to CSS Selectors Pt.2