The CSS Table Gallery is a showcase of how CSS and data tables can work together to create usable and pretty results. Every once in a while there are emails on discussion lists asking for nicely designed tables and they are prone to go off-topic and ending in a holy war why tables are bad and why you shouldn't use them.
Well, there are legitimate uses for tables, for tabular data they are the best solution, as - properly marked up - they structure the data for the visual user and make it easy to follow for blind visitors or those using user agents without table rendering.
Create Your Own CSS Navigation Bar in Minutes Every website needs a menu. CSS templates and tutorials for creating navigation bars have been in high demand ever since Internet users and web designers realized that, compared to the limiting and clumsy functionality of plain HTML tables, Cascading Style Sheets are the way to go! Designing your own navigation menu using the latest version of CSS is certainly an option, but it’s hard and time consuming.
An Advanced Guide to HTML & CSS takes a deeper look at front-end design and development, expanding on what is covered in the beginner’s guide. Studying modern front-end development, this guide teaches the latest for any designer looking to round out their front-end skills.
A powerful Photoshop-like CSS gradient editor. As you might know, HTML5 introduced many exciting features for Web developers. One of the features is the ability to specify gradients using pure CSS3, without having to create any images and use them as repeating backgrounds for gradient effects.
BlueTrip gives you a sensible set of styles and a common way to build a website so that you can skip past the grunt work and get right to designing. A full featured and beautiful CSS framework which originally combined the best of Blueprint, Tripoli (hence the name), Hartija, 960.gs, and Elements, but has now found a life of its own. Download the package, include the images and stylesheets in your site structure, and get going!
CSS3 is here, it’s fun, and allows us to evolve the look of the web as we go. Features like gradients, drop shadows, rounded corners, animations, and opacity are giving us the promise of more fun. In this post we’ve collected some new and brilliant tutorials that will help you in mastering your CSS3 skills.
Gridless is an optionated HTML5 and CSS3 boilerplate for making mobile first responsive, cross-browser websites with beautiful typography.
Gridless is an optionated HTML5 and CSS3 boilerplate for making mobile first responsive, cross-browser websites with beautiful typography. Gridless uses mobile first responsive web design to adapt itself to the device's width. This means it'll work anywhere: old feature phones, newer smartphones, tablets, notebooks and bigger desktops. IE6/7/8 don't support media queries, so we use Respond.js to polyfill that.