Learn how to build responsive single-page websites (with animation and scrolling effects) using frameworks like Compass, Susy, and Breakpoint.
Learn how to create typography that's beautiful, functional, and easily scalable across tablets, phones, and computers of all types and sizes.
Learn how Compass (powered by Sass) can help you build a responsive layout workflow that is easier, faster, and more compatible than CSS alone.
Build slideshows that harness the full power of the web with reveal.js.
Build a to-do list widget with an editable field so users can easily create tasks and delete them as they are completed, and a drag-and-drop version that allows for quick and easy sorting.
Store simple data without a database using web storage solutions like XML, JSON, YAML, and HTML5.
Use open technologies (HTML5, jQuery, and CSS) to create a slideshow that responds to mobile and desktop layouts, and learn to customize the slideshow to fit your next project.
Spice up dry data presentations with an interactive, visually engaging bar chart drawn with the HTML5 Canvas element.
Discover how to combine advanced HTML5 form elements to gather personal details from your site visitors and deliver a better user experience.
Take advantage of the HTML5 geolocation feature by using the recently released Google Store Locator Utility Library, and include directions and feature filtering in your web apps.
Presents a short series of CSS animation techniques, such as looping, playing, pausing, and more, and puts them together in a small project: an animated infographic.
Build features that allow visitors to your online store to filter their selections interactively via sliders, drag items onto wish lists, and automatically save them locally.
Introduces the LESS and Sass tools—dynamic CSS style sheet preprocessors that add features like variables, conditionals, and functions to the CSS language and can accelerate complex CSS implementations.
Build an online application for creating personalized photo cards with user-uploaded imagery and text.
Explores the possibilities of the new coding options, which animate well over 50 different properties automatically or interactively, and how they open the door to enhanced user experiences.
Takes the student step-by-step through the process of using CSS positioning to create pages that have traditionally been laid out using HTML tables.
Eric Meyer reviews the essentials of using CSS to create a site, make minor changes, or do a complete overhaul.
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