Category: CSS

SCSS Mixins | 5 awesome and creative examples

SCSS Mixins | 5 awesome and creative examples

This post is for those of your that work with the sassiest CSS of all, SCSS! Today we’ve compiled 5 great SCSS mixins for you. From centring elements, generating animations or applying long, sexy shadows; we’re sure you can use some of these great SCSS mixins in your upcoming projects. So […]

Add animated gradients to your website with javascript | Granim.js

Add animated gradients to your website with javascript | Granim.js

If you want to add beautiful, animated gradients with Javascript to your website, look no further than Granim.js Granim.js is an incredibly lightweight (less than 10kb!) Javascript library. It allows you to create fluid and interactive animated Gradients. It does this simply and intuitively. You can install the Granim.js library using […]

Font Awesome 5 is nearly here and it looks, well, awesome

Font Awesome 5 is nearly here and it looks, well, awesome

Font Awesome 5 is the most funded software Kickstarter ever and it’s easy to see why. Here’s some things it’s bringing to the table.

The end of the clearfix hack. Could it be?

The end of the clearfix hack. Could it be?

The clearfix hack is a method for an element to automatically clear its child elements. Generally it’s used in float layouts where elements are floated to be stacked horizontally. But, might it soon be a thing of the past? Goodbye clearfix hack. Say hello to the flow-root display property. Rachel Andrew’s blog has a […]