Checkboxes is a HTML element that is possibly used on every website, but most people don’t style them so they look the same as on every other site. Why not make your site look different by styling your checkboxes, you could even make them look nothing like checkboxes. Continue reading “How To Style A Checkbox With CSS”
Extensible, scalable, Sass-based, OOCSS framework for large and long-lasting UI projects.
inuitcss is a framework in its truest sense: it does not provide you with UI and design out of the box, instead, it provides you with a solid architectural baseline upon which to complete your own work.
With just 3 lines of CSS (excluding vendor prefixes) we can with the help of transform: translateY vertically center whatever we want, even if we don’t know its height. Continue reading “Vertical align anything with just 3 lines of CSS”
Anybody who’s followed me or my work for any length of time will no doubt know that I’m a huge proponent of the BEM naming convention. What I’m about to talk about in this post is not an alternative or different naming convention to BEM, but an augmentation: small additions that level BEM up a notch. This extended BEM syntax has been dubbed BEMIT, as it borrows some paradigms and patterns from the (as yet unpublished) Inverted Triangle CSS architecture. BEM + ITCSS = BEMIT. Continue reading “Taking the BEM Naming Convention a Step Further”
Created by web design company Zurb, Foundation is a highly advanced, enterprise-grade front-end framework that is ideal for developing nimble, responsive websites. Used on sites like Facebook, eBay, and Mozilla, it is also fairly complex and may not be suitable for newbies. Continue reading “Foundation”