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11 Handy Code Snippets For Interactive Buttons

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Here in this post, we are show­cas­ing a beau­ti­ful and use­ful com­pil­a­tion of 11 code snip­pets for cre­at­ing inter­act­ive but­tons for your web designs. But­ton is the most import­ant and power­ful com­pon­ent of any web design.»

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→ smashingapps.com

39 CSS Code Snippets To Make You A Better Coder

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«It is almost impossible to gath­er in an art­icle all the CSS code snip­pets that could help you in the future but here are some of the ones that you would need more often than oth­ers. Don’t get scared by the length of some of these CSS hacks’s code cause they’re all easy to imple­ment and where is the case, they’re well doc­u­mented.»

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CodeMyUI: Free Code Snippets

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«Hand­picked code snip­pets you can use in your web pro­jects. Find web design inspir­a­tion with code samples.»

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→ codemyui.com

10 Useful Free CSS Codes For Web Developers

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«With this col­lec­tion, we are show­cas­ing a fresh assort­ment of some free and extremely use­ful free codes for web developers so that they can down­load them and sim­pli­fy their work pro­cess. All the codes presen­ted in this col­lec­tion are hand-picked and will be extremely use­ful for the developers.»

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→ smashingapps.com

15 Code Snippets for Timelines

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«Remem­ber all those per­son­al port­fo­li­os that present an artist in a unique and eye-pleas­ing man­ner. Those that breathe with mod­ern­ity and ori­gin­al­ity, instantly cap­ture the atten­tion and make you stay.»

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→ noupe.com

25 Free Code Snippets for Navigation Menus

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«Craft­ing any user inter­face requires patience and some expert­ise with HTML/CSS. Yet rebuild­ing inter­faces from exist­ing code can be a lot more fun and excit­ing. You learn so much from study­ing what oth­er developers have cre­ated and by screw­ing up their examples.»

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Designing Flexible, Maintainable Pie Charts With CSS and SVG

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«When it comes to CSS tech­niques, nobody is more stub­born and smart enough to find solu­tions to any prob­lems than Lea Ver­ou. Recently, Lea has writ­ten, designed and pub­lished CSS Secrets, a truly fant­ast­ic book on the little CSS tricks and tech­niques for solv­ing every­day prob­lems. If you thought that you know CSS fairly well, think again: you will be sur­prised.»

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→ smashingmagazine.com

Modern And Useful Form Snippets To Use

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«It is import­ant to be aware of the fact that the design of a web­site can mean a lot. It only takes a few minor UI modi­fic­a­tions to an exist­ing plat­form to cre­ate a big­ger and bet­ter first impres­sion.»

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New CSS Tricks And Snippets That You Should Know

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«Cod­ing takes time and if you’re not used to it, it is actu­ally annoy­ing. Why? Well, con­sider that you don’t know how to do a cer­tain thing. It will take you a lot of time by tri­al and error to find the right piece of code that will work cor­rectly on your page.»

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→ designyourway.net

The Best CSS Reset Stylesheets

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«Reset­ting your CSS to baseline prop­erty val­ues is use­ful for gain­ing con­trol, pre­dict­ab­il­ity, and uni­form­ity with regards to how browsers render your HTML ele­ments.»

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→ sixrevisions.com