Tag Archives: animation

Word Find Game Aesthetics Tutorial

CSS styling keeps getting better for webpages, with extended functionality, as proven when CSS3 came to being. Two styling features we find quite impactive are … CSS animation … and … CSS linear gradients … we use, respectively, regarding … … Continue reading

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CSS Grid Column Context History Tutorial

With web applications, two words are often intertwined … context … and … history … because the state of a webpage can sometimes only be fully appreciated by how it got to be like that, or its “history” in “context”. … Continue reading

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CSS Grid Column Animation Tutorial

CSS @keyframes rule animations can add “pizazz” to your webpages. And, because yesterday’s CSS Grid Column Primer Tutorial‘s web application‘s actions could take place in the blink of an eye before registering “what just happened” for the user, we offer … Continue reading

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Multiple addEventListener Logics for HTML Elements Ondblclick Tutorial

In yesterday’s Multiple addEventListener Logics for HTML Elements Primer Tutorial‘s “function ael_more” you may have noticed the codeline … document.getElementById(iois.id.replace(‘i’,’td’)).addEventListener(“click”, window[“ev” + fnum + ”]); … we use to set up the [element].addEventListener means by which we add “onclick” event … Continue reading

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Multiple addEventListener Logics for HTML Elements Primer Tutorial

The dynamic creation of event logic associated with webpage HTML elements is a powerful tool for making your webpages dynamic. In the case of the great [element].addEventListener means by which you can make this happen, there is a great feature … Continue reading

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Random Background Webpage Masking Tutorial

Another “layer of functionality” we are interested in regarding the burgeoning “Random Background Images” web application of yesterday’s Random Background Webpage Fade Tutorial, featuring the wonderful Lorem Picsum, is … image masking … and we allow for … radial gradient … Continue reading

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Random Background Webpage Fade Tutorial

We add in CSS driven fade in and fade out functionality on top of yesterday’s Random Background Webpage Primer Tutorial which introduced a simple web application accessing the wonderful Lorem Picsum‘s access to great photographs used as a background image … Continue reading

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Text Background Clip Primer Tutorial

Again, today, we’re cloning and modifying a new “proof of concept” version of a “Text Background Clip” server web application … based on the PHP of Simple Emoji Border Card Primer Tutorial … and … a lot of CSS help … Continue reading

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