With the speed that the internet and its development are constantly changing, web designers need to keep up by with all these new techniques, technologies and standards. It can be difficult. In todays post we have collected some fresh resources and tutorials around web development, focusing on CSS and HTML.
If you are the guy who uses <div> tag for everything, this post is for you. It focuses on how you can write clean HTML code by using semantic markups and minimize the use of <div> tag. Have you ever edited someone’s templates, don’t those messy tags drive you crazy? Not only writing clean templates can benefit yourself, but your team as well. It will save you time when you have to debug and edit (particularly the large projects).
Buttons, whatever their purpose, are important design elements. They could be the end point of a Web form or a call to action. Designers have many reasons to style buttons, including to make them more attractive and to enhance usability. One of the most important reasons, though, is that standard buttons can easily be missed by users because they often look similar to elements in their operating system. In this post they have several techniques and tutorials to help you learn how to style buttons using CSS.
The CSS box model lies behind everything you do in CSS. Every element is defined by a rectangular box that encloses that element. Understanding how the box model works is a key to understanding CSS and having greater control over your layout and presentation. In this article they talk about what the CSS box model is, how one box affects the other boxes around it, and some common browser issues when displaying CSS boxes.