Over the last sixteen years, we've accumulated an arsenal of tools and knowledge that serve as an invaluable resource to both inspire and empower designers around the world. We've collected these awesome assets all in one place, the library. We think you'll love it.
The Vibration API1 is an API specifically made for mobile devices as they are thankfully the only devices that have a vibrate function. The API allows developers to vibrate a device (in a pattern) for a given duration.
With the 3rd version of the great Bootstrap out for about 4 and a half months now, people have had their time to play around with it, learn the changes, find new features, and build amazing things.
I love Twitter’s Bootstrap. I find that when developing with it, either Bootstrap 2 (2.3.2) or Bootstrap 3, that I always need to apply custom styles at the different sizes. Especially when going beyond Bootstrap’s standard functionality. After all, it’s just a front-end framework.
Below you’ll find nicely formatted Media Queries for starting with either of the Bootstrap versions. You can use this as a starting point for your projects. It’s basically what I use when creating a new website or webapp. I’ve also provided links to Github for quick access.
Internet is omnipotent these days but what is more important than website is the web application. Most of the business users as well as a large number of common users are usually on portable or mobile devices and they don’t always have an access to a network. With HTML5’s Application Cache, you can provide them with all or some of the functionality they would have online, no matter where they go. To undertake the process of building a cache with HTML5 for offline access, first of all, requires using a cache manifest file. This is quite simple!
A demonstration of what can be accomplished through CSS-based design. Select any style sheet from the list to load it into this page.
THE ROAD TO ENLIGHTENMENT
Littering a dark and dreary road lay the past relics of browser-specific tags, incompatible DOMs, broken CSS support, and abandoned browsers.
We must clear the mind of the past. Web enlightenment has been achieved thanks to the tireless efforts of folk like the W3C, WASP, and the major browser creators.
The CSS Zen Garden invites you to relax and meditate on the important lessons of the masters. Begin to see with clarity. Learn to use the time-honored techniques in new and invigorating fashion. Become one with the web.
SO WHAT IS THIS ABOUT?
There is a continuing need to show the power of CSS. The Zen Garden aims to excite, inspire, and encourage participation. To begin, view some of the existing designs in the list. Clicking on any one will load the style sheet into this very page. The HTML remains the same, the only thing that has changed is the external CSS file. Yes, really.
CSS allows complete and total control over the style of a hypertext document. The only way this can be illustrated in a way that gets people excited is by demonstrating what it can truly be, once the reins are placed in the hands of those able to create beauty from structure. Designers and coders alike have contributed to the beauty of the web; we can always push it further.
HTML is super easy to write, but when creating webpages you often need to do the same repetitive tasks, such as creating forms. In this article, I have compiled 10+ ready-to-use HTML snippets to fasten your front-end coding.
Today we’d like to show you some ideas for creative loading effects. Nowadays, many different page loading animations are used in websites; just think of the subtle red loading bar seen on YouTube. When loading something on a page, be it images or the next content, we don’t have to be restricted to a tiny loading indicator but we can get creative and big. So the idea is to indicate that something is happening in a stylish way without creating too much distraction for the user. There might be actions where this might not be adequate, but in some situations it might be quite fitting and amplifying for the overall design.
annyang supports multiple languages, has no dependencies, weighs less than 1kb and is free to use.
The Geolocation API of HTML5 helps in identifying the user’s location, which can be used to provide location specific information or route navigation details to the user.
There are many techniques used to identify the location of the user. A desktop browser generally uses WIFI or IP based positioning techniques whereas a mobile browser uses cell triangulation, GPS, A-GPS, WIFI based positioning techniques, etc. The Geolocation API will use any one of these techniques to identify the user’s location.
The Geolocation API protects the user’s privacy by mandating that the user permission should be sought and obtained before sending the location information of the user to any website. So the user will be prompted with a popover or dialog requesting for the user’s permission to share the location information. The user can accept or deny the request.
Today we’d like to share another set of transition effects with you. This time we’ll explore transitions for sidebars or off-canvas content like the one we’ve used in the Multi-Level Push Menu. The idea is to show some hidden sidebar with a subtle transition on the element itself and also on the remaining content. Usually the sidebar slides in, pushing the other content to the side. But there are many more possibilities for subtle and fancy effects and today we want to give you some inspiration.
The structure of our demo is very specific because we want to be able to show all effects in one page only. But in general, we need a sidebar element that will be either inside or outside of a push wrapper, depending on whether we want the sidebar to be on top of the push wrapper or under it.
Spending hours manually designing your pages for the responsive web? Layout your pages in minutes for beautifully responsive pages on desktops, tablets and smartphones.
extractCSS is an online tool which can extract ids, classes and inline styles from HTML document and output them as CSS stylesheet. All you have to do is to type or paste your HTML document and let extractCSS to do the rest for you!
Prototype iPhone apps with simple HTML, CSS, and JS components.
Ink is a set of tools for quick development of web interfaces.
It offers a fluid and responsive grid, common interface elements, interactive components, a design-first approach with ease of use and simplicity at its core. Start integrating Ink in your projects and remove the hassle of building the basics, staying free to focus on what's important.
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is set of tags and rules to create web pages with attractive design to be displayed on the web browser. HTML 5 is the latest and the current version of HTML. The previous version was HTML 4. HTML 5 has lot of advanced features and facilities that give your website a rich, highly interactive and excellent look and feel through its latest and sophisticated Graphical User Interface (GUI) support.
The aim of creating HTML 5 was to define a single markup language that can be written in both HTML and XHTML. HTML 5 has many special enhancements, advancements and Application Programming Interface (APIs) support for different type of web applications whether they are simple or complex.
Do you also want the possibility to add, edit and remove items by dead simple templating? Hell yeah!
Welcome to my CSS3 layout workshop
Hello, and welcome. In this index file, I have provided links to all my final examples, so you can access them more easily, especially from mobile devices.
Page layout for tomorrow.
Set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages.
All without any .grid_x classes in your markup. Oh, and did we mention it's responsive?
Runs on LESS, SCSS, or Stylus.