If you are developing web applications, you may have created forms, at least for a contact page, or even a login page. So I suppose you should know how to create a form, and the major field you can add such as text element, password field, or other checkboxes and radio buttons. Of course you will add a submit button to submit data to the server, and maybe a reset button i you want to play the old school way.
Think you know CSS? If the results of a free CSS test I’ve offered online for the past six months are anything to go on, plenty of practicing developers don’t know CSS as well as they think. Out of over 3,000 people who have taken the test so far, the average score was just 55%. But hey, an average isn’t that interesting by itself.
Here are six great css3 and svg animation loaders. All these svg and css3 animation loaders have been gathered from codepen.io. These loaders are free to download and use, please share the loaders on twitter and enjoy
The DevTools Timeline panel has always been the best first stop on the path to performance optimization. This centralized overview of your app’s activity helps you analyze where time is spent on loading, scripting, rendering, and painting. Recently, we’ve upgraded the Timeline with more instrumentation so that you can see a more in-depth view of your app’s performance.
A comprehensive package including more than 300 banner templates with dozens and dozens of colors and variations that you can modify at will, thanks to the included PSD files, organized in layers with all their vectors. Don’t forget to check our extensive logo package sometime soon and share with your friends. Enjoy!
If you’re familiar with the HTML progress bar, which shows how much of an activity has been performed, you will find that the meter element is similar to that - both show a current value out of a maximum value. But unlike the progress bar, the meter bar is not to be used to show progress.
A sprite atlas is a "advanced" version of the old spritemap. It has the ability to fuse many images of different sizes together into one image file, while the Spritemap has the drawback that all images have to be of the same size due to technical reasons.
The drawback of a sprite atlas is, that it needs a supporting file that contains all the positions and dimensions of the sprites inside the image file. The sprite images cannot be "found" mathematically, like it works with the simple spritemap. Because of that, a sprite atlas always makes two requests to the server.
The aim of this example is to show how you can create tables with HTML and style them with CSS, including specific and various examples. Since web pages are loaded with a lot of information, it sometimes becomes a neccesity organising data in a more easy-to-read and intuitive way. That is where CSS can be of great help. Below you can find a complete guide to CSS Tables, from the html setup to the stylish viewpoint of table rows and cells.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.