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

Blood Red Blog Headers – Vampire Love

Playing with different angles and views in deep blood red, hearts and text these rich headers decorate every blog and webpage, giving them a unique attractive touch, which will make your pages stand out. The set contains different layed out … read on


Twenty Eleven: WordPress 3.2 Themed

Love the – Hate the white space, it’s just too minimalist, it’s better – no, it’s worse than some paid themes, the header image and it’s display area is just too, mmm Big?, loading and positioning of images and concerns … read on

How to Wrap Very Long Words and Strings Using CSS

Long words and paths can be a problem but can be easily controlled or forced to either wrap around to fit inside the container’s width or to create a scrolling area in which long strings or words are preserved, but … 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 you can find just that. Displayed in a very clean and organized format and sorted and … read on

New Color Names in Abundance with CSS 3

The selection of “named colors” is much bigger as the 17 named CSS 2 colour keywords, giving much more choice. Listed below, roughly organized by Hue, each color strip shows: color keyword | hexadecimal value | rgb value Extended Color … read on

Catching Visitors with Modern Webdesign

What makes a web site interesting and exciting for visitors? What makes some web sites attractive and successful and some not? Some have it easy: the big players like Amazon for example don’t need to worry too much about stunning … read on

How to Add an Image to HTML Lists Using CSS

Adding images instead of bullets (list markers) to lists adds a nice touch to your design, enabling you to carry the design of your web site into your list elements. This is quite easy to do using the CSS list-style-image … read on