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CSS Display Inline-Block Example

In this example, we’re having a look at the display property of css. Specifically, lets see the inline-block value that can be given to it. You could previously use float to make elements stretch throughout the browser width, while now it is all easier with the inline-block value. Basically, it’s a way to make elements inline, preserving their block capabilities ...

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CSS Rotate Image Example

In this example, we will consider image rotation using css. CSS offers a specific property called transform to do this. This property can take a lot of attributes, but we will only consider rotation. Image rotation will be needed on certain occasions when you want to create your personalized view of image positioning and have a fancier look. All browsers ...

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CSS Horizontal Menu Example

The aim of this example is to show how we can create beautiful horizontal menus using a bit of html and more css to create some nice styling. As you have seen on websites, menus are everywhere, it is an important part of the website, like a navigation toolbar for users to get essential links. As long as only a ...

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CSS Input Type Text Example

In this example, we’ll have a look at how we can style text inputs. Text inputs are very common in websites nowadays like in sign up forms, contact forms, search boxes, survey answers and so on. But you notice most of them are not styled, and you can see a bunch of text fields with the same default view accross ...

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CSS Inheritance Example

In this example, we’ll focus on a css property value that I guess many of you ignore (do not use) while styling elements on websites. It is inherit. Before we go straight into that, know the following: Each element in HTML is part of a ‘tree’, and every element (except the initial html element) has a parent element that encloses ...

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CSS Box Shadow Example

In this example, we will go through the box-shadow property of css. Just like the text-shadow property, box-shadow will give an element of html a new look by adding different styled shadows. As you can imagine, this is going to be more of an examples show rather than exaplanation because the property is pretty straight-forward. The cases you’ll see below, ...

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CSS Text Shadow Example

Ever felt chaotic about text going into unsuitable button colors, boxes or simply sitting inside a bad contrast in the page? Well, it’s probably because you’ve used colors that won’t match to give a good view of the text, (e.g make it readable). With CSS, it is very easy to solve this using the text-shadow property to enhance the text ...

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CSS Button Style Example

In this article, we’re going through CSS Buttons. As we all know, buttons are important elements on pages and we use them to visually beautify common actions like download, upload, log in/out, submit and so on. A good button design enhances usability. Before we explain how to style buttons, keep in mind that buttons are not links. The main purpose ...

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CSS Multiple Classes Example

In this example we are going to have a look at multiple classes that you can apply on an element of html. It has become more and more useful declaring some standard classes in CSS (actually referring to them, even though they do not exist) and using these classes whenever we need in our elements. It basically is the inverse ...

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