Opentip is a free opensource Java-Script tooltip class. There are great styles built right into opentip and it’s easy to create your own. Opentips can automatically download their contents via AJAX. It’s extremely easy to configure them to do so. Joints and targets allow you to position the tooltip exactly where you want it. Stems [...]
An experimental image gallery with a realistic touch: the images are displayed in a 3D room with walls.
An experimental jQuery plugin that will group thumbnails by a shared data-attribute into a pile. When clicking on the pile, the thumbnails that belong to that pile will be spread into a grid using CSS transitions.
A jQuery plugin for creating a responsive image grid that will switch images using different animations and timings. This can work nicely as a background or decorative element of a website since we can randomize the appearance of new images and their transitions.
In this tutorial we will create a couple of heading styles to get your creative juices flowing for your next project. Make heading styles work by applying the right combinations of colors, fonts and decoration.
In this tutorial we will create some modern and creative login forms using some interesting CSS techniques and HTML5 goodness.
Parallax scrolling is an interesting technique, where, as you scroll, the background images translate slower than the content in the foreground, creating the illusion of 3D depth.
In this tutorial we will create some realistic-looking switch buttons using pseudo-elements and checkboxes.
A responsive 3D menu concept for a restaurant website. The idea is to show the menu as a folded flyer and unfold it in order to show the menu items.
A tutorial on how to create some custom drop-down lists. We’ll show you five examples with different looking drop-down menus and lists for various purposes.
When it comes to design the key is to do more with less. Too much makes a page look cluttered, too little makes it look like you are back in the 80s. Luckily web developers can do some amazing things with CSS3 that give a page, or content within a page, that extra “pop” needed [...]
Drop shadows and inner shadows are some of the effects I learned to apply using Photoshop’s Blending options. But now, since CSS3 “hit the charts”, you don’t need Adobe’s design tool to add a drop shadow or an inner shadow to a box.