CSSPortal - Page 3 of 4 - Fun with CSS!
Published on April 27, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | 8 comments
You have probably all seen notification badges somewhere, such as on smart phones or facebook, in this tutorial we are going to show you how to create theses badges with CSS and with the HTML data-attribute. These badges can be very effective in alerting the user to new things on your site.
Published on April 19, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | 11 comments
Today we have put together a small collection of 10 box shadows that you can use to give your images a bit more flair. The image shadows are created using the box-shadow property and with most examples we also use the :before and :after pseudo elements.
Published on April 12, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | 11 comments
In this tutorial we are going to show you how to style checkboxes and radio buttons using only CSS code. By customizing these two elements, you’ll be able to keep your webpage colors and styles consistent with other elements on your page. The way we style the checkbox and radio button is by making the […]
Published on April 5, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | 4 comments
Page loading times is an important factor in ranking well in a variety of search engines, plus is also extremely important for the end user of a website. These days we all want everything straight away and we do not want to wait too long for webpages to load, if sites are too slow, there […]
Published on March 30, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | no comments
Over the past few weeks, I’ve received a number of emails asking me how to achieve the look that appears when hovering over an image on our css template page. The following tutorial will explain and show you how this can be done.
Published on March 22, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | 3 comments
Have you ever found an image but wanted to display it flipped the other way? Previously you would have used your favourite image editor to create a new image that was flipped. These days it is now possible to rotate an image with CSS using the transform property.
Published on March 9, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | no comments
We’ve all seen the dotted lines around anchor links, and we know that they are there for a reason, but for the majority of us, we do not want them there. This snippet will show you how to remove them for your webpages. Please keep in mind that the dotted lines are there for accessibility, […]
Published on March 8, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | no comments
The CSS @font-face rule allows web developers to use any font to display text on a webpage. By using the @font-face rule you’ll no longer be restricted to using the limited amount of fonts that are available on the users computer.
Published on March 1, 2014 | by Rene Spronk | 1 comment
The placeholder attribute was introduced with HTML5 to offer the user the ability to show text in an input field, when the user clicks on the input field and starts typing the text disappears so that you can enter what you need. Here we will show you how you can style the text displayed by […]
Published on May 26, 2013 | by Rene Spronk | 8 comments