Bootstrap is a CSS(Cascading Style Sheets) library developed by Twitter that lets you create responsive websites with easy to understand naming convention and well-designed grid system. It has gained popularity due to its easy of use and pre-processor support, here are some good practices that will make your Bootstrap powered environment clean and easy to … Continue reading Good Bootstrap practices
I designed social share buttons for Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus, all these buttons are written in pure CSS and part of a project I have been working on. It’s clean and simple, you can add them to your website, it’s hosted on my CDN. The CDN is not longer available Markup of square buttons. … Continue reading CSS: Social share buttons
A simple CSS trick that turns an image from Grayscale to colourisation. See the Pen Colorize image by Darryl Dias (@Darryl) on CodePen. This adds Grayscale filter to the image, and lets you hover on to turn it into colour. Have a question? leave a comment below.
Twitter Bootstrap is a CSS library that lets you build website rapidly and let you focus on web development instead of writing lots of CSS and reinventing the wheel. If your content focuses more on code has large strings of code that need to have horizontal scroll instead of blotting in a specific area. You … Continue reading How to fix horizontal scroll in Twitter Bootstrap
Sass also known as Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets is a stylesheet scripting language that is interpreted into Cascading Style Sheet also known as CSS. Sass consists of two syntaxes, The original syntax, called “the indented syntax”, uses a syntax similar to Haml, It uses indentation to separate code blocks and newline characters to separate rules, it … Continue reading Sass on Raspberry Pi