There are plenty of Responsive menus on the net, which you can incorporate within your project to make an exciting navigation system. But more often than not we end up fixing and tweaking things with those menus! So today let’s focus on creating our own simple sliding navigation menu which will fit any screen size and also looks great.
Although the tradition of creating a logical and structured layout using CSS has received innumerous appreciations from web developers across the globe, there have been multiple pitfalls associated with the same. Even with the quick availability of handy tips and tricks on creating a CSS layout, some or the other kind of bugs/errors tend to enter into the code. In this post, I’ve jotted down a list of 15 common bugs encountered during creation of a CSS layout. So, let’s take a closer look at each of these bugs and get to know about their simple-to-follow fixes.
Let’s face it, HTML forms are integral part of the web, it’s a powerful and crucial tool for interacting with users. But without some styling and positioning, forms just look awful! So, how do you make it appealing and presentable? This is where the CSS comes into play. In this article I’ve compiled 10 Form styles which you can directly copy and use it on your website projects.