It is the second part of the post dedicated to CSS selectors. In Part 1 I explained the most common and simple selectors like type, ID, class and universal, as well as attribute selectors. In this part I will take a closer look at combinators, pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements. Read More →
PBS Arts: Off Book is a web-based series that explores cutting edge art and the people that make it. The 13 episode series focuses on the process, motivation and meaning of a new generation of artists. A new episode of Off Book launches every other Wednesday on PBS Arts. Read More →
As I walk the streets in my free time I usually have my camera with me in case I spot something interesting and useful. In the last few weeks I was taking pictures of old walls in the old town of Vilnius and have a set of six free high resolution old wall textures for you. This set is free for use in both personal and commercial projects. Enjoy! Read More →
Simple blue progress bar from upcoming User Interface set, that I hope to finish very soon. Feel free to download and use this item for both personal and commercial projects. Just don’t forget to link back to this website ;).
Every CSS rule has two basic parts: a selector and a declaration block. The declaration block lists the formatting instructions like font size, line height, borders, and so on. However, the fundamental part of CSS rule is the selector – after all it tells a web browser to which element or elements on a page these formatting instructions should be applied. Although the original CSS1 specification had only 5 or 6, CSS2 and CSS3 introduced a variety of new selectors enabling complex styling of webpages using simpler CSS and less script. So let’s explore available CSS selectors starting with the most common and simplest and moving onto the more advanced ones. Read More →
Web design industry is always changing. To help you keep up to date with new tools and services I decided to start a new series of posts called “Useful Tools for Web Designers”.
In this post you will find the new amazing tool from Adobe and also a few more tools to help you improve your web design workflow. Read More →
This week’s selection of free fonts. Most of them have only one weight but it’s still useful to have them in your collection. Read More →
If you are building a custom WordPress theme for a client’s website or your personal project you can custom-tailor every detail because you know who will be using your theme, what type of content will be managed and any other specific requirements. Your theme may not need to incorporate some WordPress functionality, like widgets, custom header images or background, post thumbnails and so on. But if you are building a theme that will be submitted to WordPress.org themes directory or sold through theme marketplace sites your theme needs to have a certain minimum level of capabilities, in order to ensure proper functioning on a wide variety of sites for a wide range of users. Read More →