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10 Clever CSS Tips

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css3Even though CSS3 has been under development since 2005, it continues to be one of the most versatile options for web designers. Although your CT web design professional will be handling the design of your website, it is always helpful to know a few design tips and tricks of your own. The following roundup of articles will help keep your designs looking beautiful, fresh and relevant:

1.Basic CSS3 Techniques That You Should Know – Everyone should know the basic techniques for getting the most out of CSS3. This article will help you brush up on your application of this powerful tool.

2.Quick Tip: New HTML5 Form Features – This screencast provides a quick overview of the latest HTML5 features you need to know to put CSS3 to use in your designs. It includes tips for placeholders, autofocus tools, email and URL input types.

3.Pure CSS Speech Bubbles – Speech bubbles can be a useful design element to include on your website’s pages. They can attract the attention of your viewers to important content that you want to highlight such as a call to action. While many speech bubbles rely on HTML or JavaScript, this article shows you how to do it in CSS.

4.CSS3 Gradient Buttons – Gradient buttons are a useful design element to have in your repertoire. Using CSS3 will ensure that your buttons will be compatible across browsers. While this article focuses on buttons, the same methods can be applied to create gradients for other HTML elements.

5.Create a Sticky Note Effect in 5 Easy Steps – Sticky notes are a helpful addition to some web pages. Designing them in CSS3 and HTML5 will make them

6.Quick Tip: The Multi-Column CSS3 Module – Breaking up content on your website’s pages is important. In some cases, multiple columns are the perfect solution. Instead of running a solid block of text, why not break it up into separate columns? This quick tip will show you how.

7.CSS3 Solutions for Internet Explorer – Do some of your visitors still cling to Internet Explorer? This article will help you take advantage of CSS3 and provide your Internet Explorer users happy at the same time.

8.Create a Color Changing Website Using CSS3 – Sometimes a bold design is the best option for your website. While creating a color changing effect using CSS3 certainly won’t be appropriate for every website, it can be very effective if applied correctly.

9.CSS3 Opacity – Opacity is very useful for web designers. Being able to handle opacity will help you use CSS3 more effectively as a whole. This article covers the basics to get you started.

10.Create a Beautiful Looking Custom Dialog Box with jQuery and CSS3 – Dialog boxes are important design elements. However, in order to stand out, they must be beautiful and customized to fit in with the rest of your design elements. This article will help you get started with custom jQuery and CSS3 dialog boxes.

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