Trying to optimize your site’s speed don’t forget about imagery. In this case you can benefit from CSS sprites that’s an awesome technique to make your site faster. In this blog post we’ve gathered 10 CSS sprite generators. Check them out.
One of the best things about CSS 3 is that it reduces the need to use images in your designs. That means fewer HTTP requests, fewer bytes to download, and fewer files to keep track of. Need rounded corners? That’s pure CSS. Want some shadows? Yeap, CSS again. Actually you can draw any possible symbol and present it with CSS. But how about wrapping text blocks in some exquisite manner? CSS will help again. Interested to know more, welcome to the blog post.
The series of Monday’s freebies starts a new week at the TemplateMonster blog. Today we are going to share with you 20 Drop Down Menu Tutorials, go check them out.
Check out the round-up of nice CSS3 image hover effects. Browse through and pick some ‘attention grabbers’ for your designs.
Once in a while we need to hide some divs using CSS which is one of the oldest “Black Hat” techniques used by webmasters to boost their rankings. It’s a simple form of cloaking which is showing search engines a different content from the one presented to users’ browser. So lets have a look at the most popular hiding techniques and lets decide which of them is the safest in terms of Google.
The blog post includes description of several methods on how to style your images with extra CSS3 design flair.
CSS blending is one of the latest achievements of Adobe company. This great feature allows developers and designers create beautiful effects without using the so-loved Photoshop.
Our roundup includes 30+ most recent CSS3 tutorials that would help you create awesome design features and styles. Feel free to browse through and use these magnificent manuals in your work.