How to Create a 2D Digital Clock with HTML, CSS, and Vanilla JavaScript

Wouldn’t it be fun to create your own beautiful Digital Clock with basic web technologies? This tutorial will cover how to create a faux-3D digital Clock with HTML, CSS, and Vanilla JavaScript.  Let’s get started! HTML Structure The HTML structure will consist of a rectangular container with a time display inside. The time display will… Continue reading How to Create a 2D Digital Clock with HTML, CSS, and Vanilla JavaScript

How to Create an Expanding Search Input with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

As a designer, you can enhance the user experience of a website or mobile application by adding subtle animations to its components. One such component is a search input box. This tutorial will cover how to create an expanding search input; one which expands when a user clicks on a search icon. You’ll find this… Continue reading How to Create an Expanding Search Input with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Build a Simple YouTube App with Vanilla JavaScript

The Tuts+ YouTube channel is fast approaching 1.5M subscribers. Let’s celebrate this great achievement by creating something YouTube-oriented! We’re going to build a simple, yet fully functional YouTube app with Vanilla JavaScript. The concept will be pretty straightforward; we’ll build a simple UI where we can enter the ID of a channel and our app… Continue reading Build a Simple YouTube App with Vanilla JavaScript

Build a Simple YouTube App with Vanilla JavaScript

The Tuts+ YouTube channel is fast approaching 1.5M subscribers. Let’s celebrate this great achievement by creating something YoutTube-oriented! We’re going to build a simple, yet fully functional YouTube app with Vanilla JavaScript. The concept will be pretty straightforward; we’ll build a simple UI where we can enter the ID of a channel and our app… Continue reading Build a Simple YouTube App with Vanilla JavaScript

Create a Currency Converter with HTML, CSS, and Vanilla JavaScript

Let’s create a fully functional currency converter application using HTML, CSS, and vanilla JavaScript. By the end of this tutorial, we will have a responsive currency app that fetches real-time data with the Exchange Rate API and presents it in a user-friendly interface. HTML Structure Our currency application will have a simple interface containing :… Continue reading Create a Currency Converter with HTML, CSS, and Vanilla JavaScript

Create a Currency Converter with HTML, CSS, and Vanilla JavaScript

Let’s create a fully functional currency converter application using HTML, CSS, and vanilla JavaScript. By the end of this tutorial, we will have a responsive currency app that fetches real-time data with the Exchange Rate API and presents it in a user-friendly interface. HTML Structure Our currency application will have a simple interface containing :… Continue reading Create a Currency Converter with HTML, CSS, and Vanilla JavaScript

Build a Grid-to-Full-Screen Image Animation With CSS (and a Touch of JavaScript)

In this tutorial, I’ll show you a motion effect where a split-screen image grid layout will turn into a full-screen image. 1. Begin With the HTML Markup We’ll define three sections: The first and third sections won’t have any real value, but we’ll utilize them to prove that the effect can work inside any page content.… Continue reading Build a Grid-to-Full-Screen Image Animation With CSS (and a Touch of JavaScript)

How to Hide/Reveal a Sticky Bottom Nav Bar on Scroll (With JavaScript)

If you’ve ever used LinkedIn’s mobile app, you’ve probably noticed the sticky bottom navigation bar. By default, it appears, then as you scroll down disappears, and appears again as you scroll up.  LinkedIn’s Mobile App Layout Fixed/sticky navigation bars are the primary layout pattern on mobile apps.  Udemy’s Mobile App Layout But nothing stops us… Continue reading How to Hide/Reveal a Sticky Bottom Nav Bar on Scroll (With JavaScript)

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Getting Started with HTML Tables — SitePoint

HTML tables are intended for displaying tabular data on a web page. They’re great for displaying information in an organized way, and can be styled with CSS to match the look and feel of our website. In this tutorial, we’ll cover the basics of creating HTML tables and adding styles to make them responsive and… Continue reading Getting Started with HTML Tables — SitePoint

How to Create Animated Snow on a Website (with CSS and JavaScript)

In this tutorial, we’re going to implement an animated snow effect on a webpage using CSS and vanilla JavaScript, just in time for the holiday season. ‘Tis the season to be jolly so let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! 1. Markup with Holiday HTML For our markup, we’ll have two primary containers:… Continue reading How to Create Animated Snow on a Website (with CSS and JavaScript)

How to Animate a “Twisting Text Effect” With CSS and JavaScript

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to split an element’s text into separate characters, which we’ll then animate to give us a twisting effect. What We’ll be Building Without further intro, let’s check out what we’ll be building: In our case, there will be two types of animations: The first animation will happen each… Continue reading How to Animate a “Twisting Text Effect” With CSS and JavaScript

How to Implement Infinite Scrolling With JavaScript

What is Infinite Scrolling? Infinite scrolling is a feature used to dynamically load more content on a page once a user scrolls to the end of the page. The concept of infinite scrolling is used to load data from a server in a way that feels “seamless” to a user but doesn’t overload the server… Continue reading How to Implement Infinite Scrolling With JavaScript

10 Best Free Open Source JavaScript Lightbox Widgets and Plugins

Images are crucial, whether you’re running an e-commerce or portfolio website. How many sales you make or new clients you get depends a lot on the quality of the images of your products and services that you can showcase through your images. So it makes sense to highlight your images with a lightbox. Lightboxes make… Continue reading 10 Best Free Open Source JavaScript Lightbox Widgets and Plugins

How to Customize the WooCommerce Checkout Page

The checkout page is one of the most important pages on any eCommerce website. All the effort that you put into your website content, design and marketing will amount to nothing if your customers keep abandoning their carts and never complete the checkout process. Some statistics show that cart abandonment rate can vary in range… Continue reading How to Customize the WooCommerce Checkout Page

Choosing a WordPress Website Builder and Why You Should Use One

There are a lot of tools and services for creating websites today. However, none of them are as popular as WordPress. In fact, WordPress powers around 43% of all websites: that include hobby sites, official government websites, and the biggest news websites. Some examples of websites built with WordPress are The White House, Rolling Stone,… Continue reading Choosing a WordPress Website Builder and Why You Should Use One

WooCommerce Shortcodes Cheatsheet

WordPress added support for shortcodes around 15 years ago. You can use shortcodes to easily add complicated functionality to your website which otherwise would have required you to write a lot of code yourself. Basically, shortcodes are short text snippets whose behavior depends on some more complicated code written in the back end. While WordPress… Continue reading WooCommerce Shortcodes Cheatsheet

How to Customize the WooCommerce Shop Page

People who have created WordPress websites know that there are different kinds of pages that you can create in WordPress. WooCommerce follows a somewhat similar structure. There are single product pages like single post pages and then there are archive type pages to show a list of products. The WooCommerce shop page falls in the… Continue reading How to Customize the WooCommerce Shop Page

How to Customize Contact Form 7 for WordPress: Checkboxes and Radio Buttons

In the past, we’ve discussed different customizations of the WordPress Contact Form 7 (CF7) plugin. Today, we’ll learn how to build custom checkboxes and radio buttons with this plugin. Sound like a good exercise? Here are two animated images that show how these form elements will look after our custom styling: And here is a… Continue reading How to Customize Contact Form 7 for WordPress: Checkboxes and Radio Buttons

Customize a WooCommerce Product Page for Free

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} Creating a fully functioning eCommerce store requires you to take care of a lot of big and small things. Any website that you create to sell products will have different types of pages to address different needs. Dedicated product pages are one such example. A product page… Continue reading Customize a WooCommerce Product Page for Free

How to Conform to WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) in Email

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} WCAG (the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) make the web a more accessible place for everyone. They’re written for web content, not email content, but as the two have a lot in common, conforming to WCAG lays a good foundation for applying accessibility to email. So, how do… Continue reading How to Conform to WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) in Email

How to Build a Responsive Slider With Swiper.js

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} Have you ever built an advanced slider for a project? If so, you might have taken advantage of any one of a number of JavaScript carousels. In the past, I’ve covered two of them: slick and Owl. Today, I’ll introduce another well-known one: Swiper. Ready to learn… Continue reading How to Build a Responsive Slider With Swiper.js

What is HTML Email?

* { box-sizing: border-box; } body {margin: 0;}*{box-sizing:border-box;}body{margin-top:0px;margin-right:0px;margin-bottom:0px;margin-left:0px;} In this quick explainer, I’ll clear up any doubts or questions you have about HTML emails, how to create them, and how to send them. What is HTML Email? Your email program or service can send and receive emails in two formats; plain text and HTML. Plain… Continue reading What is HTML Email?

A Look at Its Impact on the Web

In the web design industry, it’s rare that a tool stays relevant for a decade or more. Things tend to change so quickly that the useful life of an app or framework usually isn’t very long. However, Twitter’s Bootstrap has defied those odds. Now in existence for over 10 years, the self-described “front-end open source… Continue reading A Look at Its Impact on the Web

How To Fix Outlook Dark Mode Problems (Email Design)

Unpredictable text color changes in Outlook for Windows is one of the many mind-boggling issues you’ve no doubt encountered if you’ve ever built an HTML email for Dark Mode. Outlook brutally inverts colors in Dark Mode, in some cases even turning dark colors into white. Not only can this result in very unsightly parts of… Continue reading How To Fix Outlook Dark Mode Problems (Email Design)