How To Carve Your Niche As A Web Designer

A web design must be enthused with creativity and awesome designing sense which takes your business to a new progressive level, and you certainly cannot afford to deliver a mediocre level of design in such a nip and tuck competitive…

Diamond Grid

Diamond Grid Style with CSS and HTML

Today I want to show you a really neat CSS grid style, called the diamond grid. I saw a tutorial for this first on 1stwebdesigner by Sam Norton. While I followed his tutorial, I noticed that he’s using an unordered list to achieve…

Create a Simple jQuery Modal Window

In today’s tutorial we’re going to take a look at how to create a simple jquery modal window. In a previous tutorial I’ve shown you how to create a pure css modal window, in this tutorial we’re going to use…

Five Ways to Tell If Your Website is Confusing

Researchers from Yale, Stanford and the University of Michigan set out to determine if people would spend more money when presented with simple options or with more complicated ones. As you can guess, the simple options won out. But you don’t even have…

How to create a Wonderful Responsive Website by using HTML5?

Being a website owner, it becomes important for you to create a fully responsive website if you want to reach maximum potential customers across multiple platforms and devices. By creating responsive web design, you can give enhanced experiences to your…

Free Download: Spicy Treats UI Kit

It’s been a very long time since I’ve shared a premium quality freebie with you guys. Thanks to the guys at PixelKit who gave me a spicy treats UI kit to give to you guys for free! The Spicy Treats…

Explore the Most Remarkable Benefits of using HTML5

This is a guest contribution by Maggie Sawyer. HTML5 is the most recent version of the hyper-text markup language used to develop all types of websites. The latest version of HTML comes with many of the same features that are offered…

Data Table with Collapsible Table Rows

Data Table with Collapsible Table Rows

In today’s tutorial we’re going to take a look at an experiment I’ve been working on in the past few days. The basic idea is to have a html data table, that has multiple section, ( group or rows )…