Despite the growing popularity of SVG, its time around and excellent browser support, we have a lack of good vector icon approaches. It’s time to fill this gap and use SVG as icons in our web projects.
When it comes to responsive type on the web, there’s more to do than just resizing the text’s container and having the text reflow inside of it. This in-depth article covers various techniques for making text responsive.
A tutorial on how to create an interesting animated 3D opening type effect with pseudo-elements, CSS transforms and transitions. The idea is based on Edenspiekermann’s Open Type project and it’s a very creative way to display and play with letters.
ElastiStack is a little script that let’s you navigate through a stack of items by dragging away the first one. It comes with an elastic touch meaning that when dragging the top-most item, the other ones will follow as if they were connected elastically. When reaching a certain distance, the dragged item will release itself and the next item will pop out.
There are several techniques for creating overlays: from using an absolutely positioned element to outlines and pseudo-elements. In this article we are going to explore each technique’s styles with their pros and cons.