Making your own custom checkboxes has always been a good way to standardize your designs. Learn to create a custom checkbox with only CSS borders.
The previewer consists of a list of 3D Card movie posters tilted to the right and one featured movie shown full size. This uses CSS3 perspective transform.
Create a dynamic pricing table that has an editable list of options that will recalculate the features and price of the whole table using jQuery and CSS3.
Fixed headers are a must for long pages and important menus. The transition between an inline and a fixed navigation can really make your design stand out.
The clean workspace header and background image has become a huge web trend. It can give many websites a sense of clean professionalism.
Learn how to make a dynamic scrolling shadow effect. As you scroll, each individual panel dynamically shifts the shadow based on where it is in your window.
A good, eye catching tagline is essential to product website. Learn how to make a couple of my own animated tagline effects using CSS3 transition effects.
It’s a closing door menu where 2 sides of the menu come together to create the final menu. It has 4 variations, 2 horizontal, 2 vertical with bounce.
Today I will be creating an animated progress bar that updates the progress based on how far scrolled you are into a content section.
This one here is something I thought of after seeing the surge in popularity with push in side menus. I’ve seen a couple websites animate in the menu links when it pushes out.
Paper Plane is a creative theme that is perfect for individuals or businesses. This theme comes with crisp graphics and is retina ready and is responsive meaning it looks great on all devices.