April 16, 2018 in Bootstrap, CSS
You might have used normalize in your projects. Bootstrap 4 has created its on version on top of the normalize called reboot. If you are not familiar with normalize, it overwrites browser’s default CSS to eliminate browser inconsistencies, like different font sizes, or margin etc. It also add many CSS rules that helps you make […]
April 2, 2018 in Bootstrap, CSS
As we know Bootstrap 4 is using em’s and rem’s instead of pixels, so its necessary to understand what these units are, and how they work. Let’s take a look. There are few things that you should memorise about em’s and rem’s, these points will help you understand these units more easily.
October 26, 2017 in CSS
Aligning content vertically inside a DIV or a box has always been an issue in CSS. There was some tricks available with display: table and display: table-cell properties. But it was never convenient to implement, until flexbox module came into the existence. With Flexbox, one can align anything (vertically or horizontally) with the align-items and […]
April 29, 2016 in CSS
Recently, in one of my project, the client asked me to create a multi-line navigation, which should be evenly spaced according to link text. One major consideration was that navigation should be dynamic and the number of links can be changed in future if needed.
November 14, 2014 in CSS, Snippets
Most browsers show a dotted line around links (anchor tags), this is an accessibility feature used for people who are not using mouse. When they are switching between links using tab key (or any other keys) on their keyboard, this dotted outline helps them in finding which particular link is currently selected, and then they […]
November 10, 2014 in CSS
You can change color of text on selection using CSS, you can also change background color of selected text to highlight it on selection.
June 3, 2011 in CSS
In a recent project, the client asked me if there is any way to add reflection to images. He wanted this effect because he liked the reflection effect added by designer in the design of his website. But the issue was that he might need to add more images in the future, and he cannot […]
December 4, 2010 in CSS
Whether you have been using CSS for some time now, or you are new to the world of CSS, following some commonly used coding practices can save you a lot of time and energy. If you want to build on your coding education skills then you may want to visit the Bay Valley Tech Bootcamp […]
November 27, 2010 in CSS
So far we have used box model for layout of webpages. CSS 3 now allows us to think out of the box. Ok, not exactly out of the box, but at least transform the box. CSS 2D transform module provides us some new functions, using these functions elements can be translated, rotated, scaled, and skewed. […]
November 20, 2010 in CSS
Text-Shadow is one of the many new properties from the quiver called CSS 3. It’s too powerful to create effects, which were only possible through image editing software’s like Adobe Photoshop. This little beast is a very handy tool to add effects like drop-shadow, multiple shadows, glow, blur, and emboss etc. You can also blend […]