The alt attribute was first introduced in HTML 2 (1995), so it’s been with us for an awfully long time. This little three-letter attribute is so important; not only does it help with Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), but it also improves the accessibility of your site. Alt attributes and accessibility Accessibility on any...read more
Categories: HTML, Tutorials
CSS3 allows us to animate elements in more ways than before. Below, I’m going to show you how to create an awesome, spinning hover state for any image. Preview Download HTML The markup is simple enough. Our social ID acts as a wrapper which allows us to center the icons. CSS This is...read more
Categories: CSS, Tutorials
Identify your audience Before you even start typing take a moment to think about who will be reading your article. Are you writing for a children’s, or adult’s magazine? Are they industry professionals, or complete beginners in their field? The way in which your article is written is dictated by these answers, so...read more
The code for adding shadows onto any text via CSS is actually very simple – it’s only one line! However, unless you understand what each segment is for, it can become very confusing. SO here’s a quick summary of what each little bit does! If you’re not able to see the code below...read more
Categories: CSS, Tutorials