Category: Web Design
If you are a web designer, trying to figure out what the heck has gone wrong in your responsive web design, you may find the answer in this tutorial. It could be a CSS3 media query mistake so simple that you’ve just overlooked it.
Media Queries are Essential to Responsive Web Design. With CSS3 media queries, we can write CSS that delivers an optimal web experience for visitors viewing our websites at different screen sizes.
If you spend much time on the internet, sooner or later you’re going to come across Parallax Web Design. Here’s a basic overview of the parallax effect used in web design. Parallax Web Design is the perfect choice for websites where you want to entertain or educate your visitors. Combining your Parallax Web Page with other more traditional pages will help solve the SEO problems associated with one-page websites.
This beginner HTML5 tutorial will help you make smooth strides towards a basic understanding of HTML and HTML5. You’ll become familiar with these three related terms: Elements, Tags and Attributes.
In this beginner CSS tutorial, we’ll start slow with simple explanations of HTML and CSS, then we’ll push forward into CSS3, the latest version of CSS, and explain a few things about HTML5’s wonderful sidekick.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is an exciting topic for website owners. Image optimization, on the other hand, is often overlooked and misunderstood. But they actually have a very close relationship. In fact, they could be considered a pixel perfect match. There are 4 Basic Steps to getting an image in tip top shape for your website.
This simple tutorial utilizes a red velvet cupcake and a dash of humor to explain these common web design terms: HTML, CSS, PHP and SEO. It is aimed at web design beginners, small business owners and everyday internet surfers.
In the classic tale of the Tortoise and the Hare, the Tortoise eventually wins the race through persistence and determination. But your website visitors will not be so patient and understanding. A speedy website is likely to win against its competitors. Slow and steady wins the race… sometimes. But not when it comes to mobile friendly web design.