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Create Slanted or Razor-Blade Div Shapes with CSS3
 
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(Video Uploaded in HD format) Creating slanted (or razor-blade) div container shapes is easy using CSS3. There are two elements that come together: (a) a normal div, and (b) a pseudo class for the div. Put these together in your HTML document, then add and adjust three important properties to your pseudo class: z-index, transform-origin, and transform. • The z-index property places your pseudo class rectangle behind the main div so that the main div's contents are visible. • The transform-origin property sets a reference point (i.e. top left, top right, bottom left, bottom right) for your pseudo class rectangle to refer to, or originate from. • The transform property skews your rectangle along the Y axis (using the skewY(4deg); property) to tilt or skew your rectangle. You can change the value of '4deg' to any angle you like which looks good. Build cool and unique layouts with this simple CSS code snippet. The code snippet is in my first comment below. Enjoy!
Views: 26506 Arjun Khara
Perfectly Centering DIVs Horizontally and Vertically Every Time Using CSS3
 
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• Title: Vertically and Horizontally Centered Divs • Tutorial sponsor: Quantico Singapore Copywriting and Content Marketing Courses (https://www.qc.sg) • Music: End of Summer and Pas de Deux • Author: Arjun Khara Here's a simple and effective way to always have your divs centered vertically and horizontally, using the CSS3 transform: translate( ); property-value pair. Here's the code snippet, including browser fallbacks: .centereddiv{ background-color: #000; position: absolute; width: 650px; height: 100px; top: 50%; left: 50%; -webkit-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -moz-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -o-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -ms-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); transform: translate(-50%, -50%); Centering is a popular issue in CSS and gets a lot of attention just because it’s central to page layouts. we can simply use the property-value pair called Transform: Translate Translate shifts an element on a page on the X and Y axes and it accepts all values, including percentage and pixels. We simply put: transform: translate (-50%, -50%). That’s it. Now when we change the dimensions of the div to anything we want. You can see the div always remains in the center, because the browser is compensating for any width and height dimensions using the translate property. It’s really easy. It’s good practice to implement browser-fallback properties. So in addition to your code, you would simply add the browser prefix for translate like this. -webkit-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -moz-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -o-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -ms-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); transform: translate(-50%, -50%);
Views: 11446 Arjun Khara
CSS Flip Card Effect
 
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Create a flip card using just HTML and CSS3. The process requires just 5 essential blocks of CSS code. Flip cards are great space-savers for website content, and can greatly boost online user experiences. The code snippet for this tutorial is in the comments.
Views: 30066 Arjun Khara
Create Outlined Div Boxes (see-through) with Arrows and Pointers, Using CSS
 
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Here's how to create and style just the outline of a div box (see-through) complete with arrows / pointers. This technique uses only basic HTML and CSS. No JavaScript required. Code snippet for this effect is in the comments section below.
Views: 28459 Arjun Khara
Create DIV Boxes with Arrows and Pointers, using CSS
 
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CSS is used to create boxes with arrows that point towards content. These are often used as tooltips and quick instructions that pop up to guide you along a website. This tutorial shows how to create these divs with arrows, and the logic behind the CSS code. Here's the code block used in this tutorial: //The main box .arrowBox{ width: 200px; height: 30px; background-color: #ffc728; border-radius: 5px; position: fixed; top: 3em; left: 230px; padding: 10px; font-family: Roboto, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 22px; color: #313333; text-align: center; } //The arrow pointer .arrowBox:after{ content: ' '; width: 0px; height: 0px; border-top: 10px solid #ffc728; border-left: 10px solid transparent; border-bottom:10px solid transparent; border-right:10px solid transparent; position: absolute; left: 50%; top: 100%; margin-left: -10px; } Background music by: YouTube Free Music (End of Summer, and Pas de Deux)
Views: 33569 Arjun Khara
Perfect vertical and horizontal centering for text within divs
 
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A short tutorial to easily and perfectly center your text, horizontally and vertically, in a div. This tutorial uses just HTML and CSS to solve a common problem in front-end web design — vertical text alignment. The code snippet for this tutorial (with browser fallbacks) is in the comments.
Views: 3350 Arjun Khara
CSS Animation with Keyframes: An Introduction
 
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Learn how to animate almost any element on a webpage using pure CSS animation and familiar HTML and CSS syntax. CSS animation is easy once we understand the 'animation' and '@keyframes' properties. Many motion effects can be accomplished using only pure CSS animation that were once only possible with JavaScript. This tutorial shows how to create a bouncing arrow that changes color, using pure HTML and CSS3.
Views: 6864 Arjun Khara
CSS3: Recreate Google's Material Design Form Effects and Animation
 
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Learn how to style a form that mimics Google's Material Design form effects and animations, using pure HTML and CSS. We'll also learn about transitions, z-index, and input:focus and input:valid.
Views: 6244 Arjun Khara
CSS Flexbox - Lay Out Content Across All Screen Sizes
 
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The CSS Flexbox is a simple and powerful device to design and lay out website content across all screen sizes. And this can be achieved in just three simple steps, a few lines of CSS3 code. The code snippet for this tutorial is in the comments.
Views: 698 Arjun Khara
Pure CSS3 Accordion: Responsive + Versatile + Multimedia-Friendly
 
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Create a really useful accordion using pure CSS, that (i) is fully responsive (ii) displays everything from FAQs and buttons to images and videos (iii) works across all devices and browsers. It's also SEO-friendly since all the information is already present for browsers to parse, which isn't always the case when using JS. The code snippet for this tutorial is in the comments.
Views: 594 Arjun Khara
CSS Sliding Toggle Switch Checkbox Effect
 
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Create dynamic sliding toggle checkboxes using pure HTML and CSS. This tutorial shows how to build these toggle switches (used in YouTube and Google Material Design). The process is straightforward and the effect is quite easy to achieve. The code snippet for this tutorial is in the comments. The code snippet also has a bonus section: inserting ‘on’ and ‘off’ text into your toggle switch.
Views: 1766 Arjun Khara
How to Put a Border Around an Entire Div Box and its Pointer, Using CSS
 
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This short tutorial is a response to the question: How to add a border around an entire div together with its arrow pointer? To put a border around a div and its arrows requires using both :before and :after pseudo classes. (If you'd like a more comprehensive video with voiceover explanations on how to do this, please let me know in the comments). Step 1: Create a div and give it a fill (white) and a border (black). Step 2: Create an arrow pointer using :after pseudo class, with the same fill color as the div (i.e. white) and append it to the div. Please see the previous tutorial in my channel on how to do this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7JwxPnYoOw&feature=gp-n-y&google_comment_id=z13svrlxolbnzve0w23vevrx4w23vta3i Step 3: Create another arrow pointer using :before pseudo class, which will go behind the :after pseudo class and become the border around the pointer. NOTE: This is a supplementary tutorial that assumes prior knowledge. To learn how to create div boxes with arrow pointers, please see the other video in my channel series.
Views: 2799 Arjun Khara
3D Low-Poly Mountains Using Pure CSS
 
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Create a mountain range in the popular 3D Low-Poly style using pure and simple CSS3. Please visit the videos on (i) CSS arrow divs and (ii) razor-blade divs, if you're not comfortable with borders and transform property-value pairs. The code snippet for this tutorial is in the comments section.
Views: 694 Arjun Khara
Mac OS X Yosemite Keyboard Shortcuts
 
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Mac OS X easy keyboard shortcuts that work on Yosemite. A more comprehensive list of shortcut keys is in this description. Happy typing. • Add Selected Item to Sidebar — Command+Control+T • Show Inspector (on selected item or items) — Option+Command+I • Close All Windows — Option+Command+W • Go to Applications Folder — Shift+Command+A • Desktop Folder — Shift+Command+D • Go to All My Files — Shift+Command+F • Go to Home Folder — Shift+Command+H • Log Out Current User — Shift+Command+Q • Help — Shift+Command+? • Empty Trash — Shift+Command+Delete • Copy — Command+C • Duplicate — Command+D • Find — Command+F • Hide Current Application — Command+H • Get Info on selected item — Command+I • Minimize Window — Command+M • New Finder Window — Command+N • Open — Command+O • Close Window — Command+W • Cut — Command+X • Open Spotlight — Command+Spacebar • Move to Trash — Command+Delete • Show/Hide Dock — Option+Command+D • Open Inspector — Option+Command+I • New Smart Folder — Option+Command+N • New Folder — Shift+Command+N • Empty Trash — Shift+Command+Delete • Add Selected Item to Dock — Shift+Command+Control+T • Quick Look — Spacebar • Spotlight Currency Converter — Type any Currency (e.g. 1000USD)
Views: 3475 Arjun Khara
Responsive Web Design (HTML5 and CSS3)
 
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A quick tutorial on creating clean and efficient responsive design for websites. This tutorial covers HTML5 and CSS3 standard techniques for easily building responsiveness into your website structure using meta properties and the @media query. The code is in the comments.
Views: 460 Arjun Khara
Form Fields: Dynamically Display Inputted Details, in Real-Time
 
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Give your form users the ability to see their inputs display and update in real-time. When entering booking information, for example, some websites dynamically print out your details in a separate box as you're typing these into the form fields. This makes it easier to check your details before submitting and adds to the overall user-experience. This tutorial teaches how to create this cool effect using pure HTML and CSS.
Views: 188 Arjun Khara
A Short Animation on Loikaw Lodge by the Lake (Myanmar)
 
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This is a short project for a good friend who runs his own hotel in Loikaw, Myanmar, together with his family. Taking a (tiny) detour from CSS and JS to play with After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, Cinema 4D, and ScreenFlow.
Views: 284 Arjun Khara
Flat Design With Cast Shadows
 
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(Tutorial: Beginner Level) Flat design with a cast shadow effect looks awesome and is quite easy to achieve. This mini tutorial shows you how to get this effect using Adobe Illustrator. A text explanation of the tutorial is in this description below. Explanation of Tutorial in 10 Steps: 1. Create two squares of different colors, a large one and a smaller one. 2. Duplicate the smaller square — you now have two small squares. 3. Create a symbol or character — in the tutorial it's the letter W. 4. Create an outline the symbol or character. 5. Place the symbol or character on a layer between the two smaller squares. 6. Duplicate the symbol or character layer and change its color to match the smaller squares. 7. Change the blend mode of the symbol or character to 'multiply' 8. Go to 'Distort and Transform' then 'Transform' and change the 'move' values to 0.5px for VERTICAL and 0.5px for HORIZONTAL, and make the copies high enough to extend the cast shadow beyond the boundary of the smaller square. 9. Make a clipping mask with the small square on the top most layer, and the symbol or character that has the blend mode applied to it, to constrain the cast shadow within the small square. 10. Move the original symbol or character layer to the very top, and play with its fill and outline colors to achieve the effect you want.
Views: 232 Arjun Khara

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