In this tutorial I’ll demonstrate how we can build an HTML5 invite form and check the results through jQuery. I haven’t gone into any backend PHP as this isn’t always the best solution for an invitation system. You may want to tie into another e-mail campaign such as MailChimp or Campaign Monitor. But with this technique running the frontend you can quickly implement a backend language to manage the e-mail submissions.
My example below uses a few Dribbble shots as a demo of how you can setup animated box effects. The style appears when you hover over each image to display some further information such as the title, description, and publication date. I’ll be explaining how to build a similar effect on your own website using nothing but HTML5 and CSS3 techniques.
It can take a lot of additional effort to build mobile-specific website templates. HTML and CSS have come a long way but there are still plenty of standards and loopholes to jump through. And with the mounting increase of various mobile devices there are more platforms now than ever before.
In this guide I would like to share some of the most common tips when designing for mobile screens. The web is a fluid beast constantly changing with the times. You have to limit your knowledge of building for desktop browsers in exchange for newer compact designs. The learning process is devious but after a bit of practice you’ll pickup mobile design very quickly.
The year 2012 has kicked off with a booming design and web industry. More developers are entering the web than ever before and it’s the perfect time to brush up on your coding. These tutorials I’ve added below are fresh off the presses and will help you catch up on all the latest HTML5 & CSS3 trends. With just a bit of practice you can pickup on all these skills and really improve the quality of your coding standards.