An often overlooked part of development are CSS print stylesheets. Printing pages directly from the browser can lead to frustration. Done right — you can have an optimized page that uses a minimum amount of ink and paper and ensures that everything is easy to read.
Sticky navigation is being used more and more on sites and there’s a good reason why. It improves the UX by making the menu available no matter where the user is on the page. Learn how to create a simple, light-weight jQuery sticky navigation below. Best of all, it’s easy to implement on existing site’s without having to change any existing HTML code!
So you’re a front-end web developer? If so, you probably spend a good portion of your day writing a lot of CSS. I remember those days of copying and pasting over and over again, racking your brain remembering the various vender prefixes, trying to ensure your website is cross-browser compatible, all while doing your best … Read article
[dropcap type=”v2″]H[/dropcap]ave you heard? No, bird is not the word, it’s CSS4. It’s starting to become a hot topic around the web development water cooler. Some of you may be thinking, Great, just when I started to get the hang of CSS3! Well, if it helps any, technically there is no such thing as CSS4. … Read article