In this tutorial I`m going to show you how to create a simple, but very stylish vertical menu using some CSS3, a bit of jQuery, a custom text font and the most impressive icon font you can find at this moment, which is FontAwesome.
Combine all of these with a nice color scheme and you get a beautiful UI element, ready to be used in your projects!
Web design is developing at high speeds. Nowadays, each web designer`s mission of keeping up with trends and web requirements is a complex process because there are more and more technologies which have to blend together in order to achieve a high-quality finished product. Responsive web design became from a concept a necessity in less than a year and it seems that this is the direction things are going to.
WordPress is widely regarded as one of the best platforms to host a blog. It’s free. It’s secure. It has tons of cool add-ons and widgets that people can use to further customize their blog and make it stand out.
The vital components of most blogs are the images that go in its posts. Without images, a blog will look lackluster and dull and can eventually lead to a reduction in web traffic.
jQuery plugins are what web designers love most. From image sliders, to image galleries and navigation plugins, they are so many, so diverse, so amazing and interactive that can beautify a website instantly. Let`s take a look at 30 plugins which I consider a must when building websites. Of course, you can`t implement all of them, but I`m sure you`ll find them a use in your future projects.
I`m sure you noticed that almost every website has implemented at least one jQuery plugin. My opinion is that jQuery is beautifying a website and should be a must have. The offer varies from image gallery sliders to tooltips or to fancy navigation but the most popular plugins are the sliders.
Below I`m presenting you the best and the most beautiful and fully functional jQuery Slider Plugins which will certainly increase your website`s pageviews!
Take your website to a new level by starting to use the power of CSS3 combined with jQuery.Don`t be afraid!Let`s forget IE6! Take Twitter example who`s using already the CSS3 rounded-corners and drop-shadow!