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Where HTML elements give a web page structure, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) controls how those HTML elements are presented on that web page. A style sheet can be applied to any web page and makes it much easier to edit and manage the appearance and layout of a multi-page site.

CSS3 is the latest version of CSS, and includes many powerful features and properties that give web designers more control over a web page, without having to rely upon using images or external JavaScript libraries. Features include flexible box, animations, multi-columns, rounded corners, shadows, transitions, gradients, animations, and much more.

Here you will find articles, tutorials, snippets, and collections, covering almost all areas of CSS and CSS3, including flexbox, animation, image filters, responsive toolkits, frameworks, libraries, and so much more.

You might also like to browse our extensive Bootstrap, JavaScript or jQuery archives.

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10 Free Pure CSS & Carousel Sliders

You can find plenty of JavaScript-based slider plugins on the web for free. These work great and support all modern browsers, but nowadays you can replicate most of these features…

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10 Bootstrap 4 Code Snippets

If you’ve done any frontend development then you’ve heard of Bootstrap. It is by far the most significant framework for web developers with the most features out there. The newer…