Responsive Design

Well designed but not responsive website

A well designed website doesn’t mean always that a website is responsive too. But first of all: What’s responsive? First mentioned was the term responsive web design, based on an article at Wikipedia about responsive web design, in 2010 by … read on

New Color Values and Transparency in CSS 3

In addition to the extended color keywords range, CSS 3 offers now not only the existing hexadecimal, e.g. #ff0000 and RGB, rgb(0,120,46), color models but also an additional HSL model, plus additional Alpha values on HSL and RGB for specifying … read on

Articles:

Easy Rounded CSS Button with Drop Shadow

This snippet is for an easy to make CSS button that can be used to give your links a bit extra pfiff. The button uses the CSS border-radius for the rounded corners, box-shadow for the drop shadow and the CSS … read on

Create an Expandable Button Using CSS border-image

Using a small image together with the CSS border-image property, it’s possible to create a flexible button that will expand to hold differing content lengths or to allow for text sizes depending on a users custom settings. In this experiment … read on

Backup or Move your WordPress Blog

For whatever reason you use your blog, be it a company blog, private blog or as a means to earn a living, there’s a lot of work that goes into it. Many WordPress bloggers spend a lot of time and … read on

iTouch Digital Mock-Ups – Professionally Present

With so many things going digital today, it’s not really a great surprise to see a rising number of presentation help tools also on their digital way. Not every Graphic Designer is into creating real Mock-Ups to show off their … read on

Keeping Watch: Energy Bill

If you work as a web developer, online programmer or SEO consultant, whether working for yourself or running a small company, difficulties can arise when trying to co-ordinate everything to run smoothly. On the one side, time and effort must … read on

Periodic Table of HTML Elements

A fine idea and interpretation of HTML elements in the well known format of a periodic table is a nice find. Over at JoshDruck.com you can find just that. Displayed in a very clean and organized format and sorted and … read on