In this article, I’ll be exploring how naming conventions can be used to represent sizes in scalable CSS.
In the Things My Clients Hate. What about Yours? article I discussed 5 things my clients hate. Now, let me present the other side of the story – i.e. 5 things I hate about clients. Well, with so much hatred, it might sound like we freelancers and clients are at a war but definitely I don’t think this is the case.
One of the curious questions a web designer faces is when to make a change to the tools you use and the way you work. How do you know when say goodbye to something that may have served you well for a time?
In this tutorial, I’m going to run through the basics of 4 different style buttons – flat, border, gradient & shadow (skeuomorphic), and press style buttons. I’ll reset all the CSS so that buttons display consistently across devices, and I’ll style each set of buttons with a
:active state. Without further ado, let’s dig into the HTML.