I want to start this article by talking about the general idea of accessibility. If you’ve never heard of this concept then it’s a good idea to identify this as the practice of making the web accessible for people with disabilities.
We all know that responsive design is the way to go. The web is meant to be accessible by any and all devices.
This is a quick tutorial on creating a minimal, sticky, or fixed, navigation with CSS. Let’s get started right away!
In short, Git is a version control software. It means it helps manage changes to a project without overwrites and loss of work. Therefore, if something gets messed up, broken or overridden Git is going to help you get back the otherwise lost work.
CSS layout mode is an algorithm that helps position and size elements based on their sibling and parent elements. There are actually six different layout modes.
SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphic, is an image file format that is growing in popularity. They are actually a simple text file that holds coordinates which map out shapes and, therefore, make an image.
Before we go into the CSS attribute selectors let’s take a step back. I don’t know how familiar any of you are with all of this but I’m sure you’re at least familiar with basic HTML attributes.
With CSS animation becoming so powerful you can create great looking and simple pre-loaders for your website.
I can show you how you can implement Dribbble’s library in 4 steps. Anything more is just additional set up of the actual portfolio website and that’s all up to you.