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Welcome to our CSS and HTML archives page. Here you will find articles, tutorials and free resources that will help you build beautifully designed web pages.

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Tools for Formatting, Organizing and Tidying CSS Code

If you are an uber-experienced web designer, you probably won’t have this problem. Your CSS files will be structured coherently and concisely, every selector will have been attentively placed, every property will be perfectly formatted… basically, your CSS will look like carefully crafted art. If this describes you, then move along please, this post is not for you. But if…

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15 Even More Responsive Frameworks Worth Considering

This is part 3 in in our ongoing series of posts highlighting the latest responsive frameworks. And yes, today we have 15 even more frameworks for you to consider. Just like all of the other frameworks we have previously featured, the frameworks below have been built for one specific reason: to allow you to rapidly and painlessly build a responsive…

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30 Free Icon Font Sets from 2013

Last February we took our first look at web fonts and back then it was something new, so new in fact that very few sites had truly appreciated the benefits of using them, and perhaps because there really wasn’t that many sets readily available. Now, in this post, we are not going to list all of the benefits of using…

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Collection of Useful Open Source CSS Resources

There are loads of free scripts to download and include in your website projects. Developers are constantly releasing their work under open source General Public Licenses. This allows other developers to work off the same code and even customize pieces to better suit their project’s needs. Overall the majority of codes you’ll find these days are written in JavaScript or…

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Getting to Grips with the HTML5 File API

The HTML5 File API allows developers to interact with the local filesystem on the client-side. Using these APIs, developers can build more robust web applications that work seamlessly both online and offline. This tutorial demonstrates the basic usage of these APIs to do common tasks like reading the properties and content of files. Disclaimer – At the time of writing…

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How to Build a ToDo Application with Web SQL and jQuery

This tutorial will take you through the step by step development of building a ToDo App entirely powered by Web SQL. You will learn about getting started with Web SQL, understanding transactions, following best practices and how to write re-usable functions. Please Note: The Web SQL database API is not a part of the HTML5 specification, although it is in…

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10 Free Pure CSS UI Kits

We have covered UI kits many, many times before. But never have the kits been exclusively built with CSS. All 10 of the kits below have been coded beautifully using CSS3 techniques and all include a range of common web UI elements. This post has been in the pipe-line for a very long time, that only goes to emphasizes the…