Category Archives: CSS

CSS3 Multiple Backgrounds

Our journey to the world of CSS3 shadows continues. Today we will focus on another interesting feature—how to use multiple backgrounds with CSS3. Backgrounds Composition There are many reasons why you may need to create a composition of multiple images to build your background. I think the most important are the following: to reduce bandwidth usage where the sum of the file sizes of separate images is less than the size of an image with merged layers (especially if your […]

7 Cool text-shadow Samples

7 Cool text-shadow Samples

We’ve been exploring the basics on how to use CSS3 shadows: box-shadow and text-shadow. Today, we are going to improve our skills and look into how to build some amazing text-shadows. Some of the ideas for shadows, I found in various tutorials for Photoshop— I was interested in whether or not I could achieve similar effects by using just text-shadow. Internet Explorer and Windows 8 To try all these samples yourself and express your creativity with the text-shadow, try downloading […]

5 Things I Love About CSS3

This picture was made by Photoshop; however, you can’t find this picture by using a search engine because search engines are not able to distinguish text from a picture. Due to the size of the picture, users with low internet speeds also have to wait a long time for it to load when browsing. So is there a new method to solve these problems? The answer is yes. HTML5 and CSS3 could solve these problems; what’s more, they could do […]

CSS Tools And Generators for Developers

CSS tools are essential for web developers because they act like a sort of magic lamp that can simplify the job at hand. Most development tools are time savers that are there to help developers create stylish, functional and optimized websites with a few shortcuts. CSS tools and generators are available in such large numbers that a developer can choose from a range of them to make their projects go smoother. Here is the collection of around 50 useful and […]