Hi Everyone, today i found some cool stuff for learners who suffering form CSS & HTML , Today im going to talk about free online generates for CSS3 & HTML5, as that first will see what is this
HTML5 is the latest version of HTML or Hypertext Markup Language. It is currently only fully supported by a handful of browsers but the next year should see a large increase in usage. It isn’t expected to be completed until 2014, but the features that are available now are a great way to become acquainted with HTML5 and add some cool elements to your website.
Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in CSS, HTML, Tutorial, Web Designing | Posted on 30-12-2011
CSS has fundamentally changed web design, it has provided designers with a set of properties that can be tweaked to make various techniques to make your pages just look right.
Today we are presenting a round-up of 101 CSS techniques designers use all the time. Definitely worth taking a very close look at! This is just the first series , the second part will be coming soon, stay tuned and Enjoy!
CSS sprites save HTTP requests by using CSS positioning to selectively display composite background images. To maximize accessibility and usability, CSS sprites are best used for icons or decorative effects.
Posted by Raashid A. | Posted in CSS, Freebies, jQuery, Web Designing | Posted on 09-09-2010
Tabs have been around for a long time, they are nothing new, but with so many sites (blogs, ecommerce sites, web apps…) needing to show as much content and navigation as possible, they have never been so relevant.
They are the perfect web page tidying up solution for organizing cluttered content in a space-limited web page. Seperating content into tabs keeps everything nice and compact, clutter free and are always at the ready should a user need it.
In this round-up we have a variety of easy to use modern tabs solutions, techniques, tutorials and plugins, most of them make use of a variety of Javscript libraries (MooTools, jQuery…), but you will also find some innovative pure CSS solutions as well.
User friendly interface and simplicity are key points when designing effective web order forms. Unlike single page forms (a sign up or contact form), an order form tends to have a couple of pages or steps to fill (including payment methods). It is not a good idea for all these to be shown in a single page. Users might be frustrated if the form seems never ending.
A good way of keeping the field list shorter and neater, but still be able to collect all the data required is by breaking them up into steps. However, it’s a good idea to let the user know in advance how many steps they have to go through in order to complete the entire order process.
Now here is a tutorial that will help you make simple yet modern looking web order forms.
Creative Web Order Form