• Create a CSS3 Image Gallery with a 3D Lightbox Animation

    • Tom Kenny

    For the most part, the CSS3 tutorials and examples out there are a little dull. Of course there are some really great examples out there such as Benjamin de Cock’s CSS Playground but most others consist of a drop-shadow here and a few rounded corners there and nothing more. It’s time to start doing something […]

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  • Create a Slick CSS3 Button with box-shadow and rgba

    • Tom Kenny

    When redesigning my new site, I experimented with creating a realistic behaving button with CSS3. You can see it in action on the contact page. It was created mainly with the use of different box-shadow values for the static state and the active state to mimic the real behaviour of a typical button.

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  • Improve your Knowledge of Related Skills

    • Tom Kenny

    Whatever you do, you should always be looking to improve your work. This is especially true if you’re a web designer or developer as technology and techniques are always improving around you. With that in mind, we’re going to look at one of the best ways to improve your work, by knowing more about related […]

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  • Use CSS3 Now!

    • Tom Kenny

    I posted a quick tutorial yesterday showing how to use a simple CSS3 technique to spin some icons on hover. I’ve posted CSS3 tutorials before but all of a sudden this latest one has already received a few negative comments complaining that they can’t use CSS3 yet. Of course you can! Get over the way […]

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  • Writing Clean CSS3 Code [updated]

    • Tom Kenny

    One of the main problems with writing CSS3 code are the vendor prefixes. These are the -moz- or -webkit- you see before properties such as border-radius or text-shadow. They’re a necessary evil at worst and you’ll have to use them to get the most out of what CSS3 currently has to offer. So what’s the […]

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