With the growing popularity of CSS3 and HTML5, developers are renovating the online world in which we live. As this technology becomes more widespread the websites we create will be more diverse, creative, interactive, and mobile friendly. I have compiled 20 of the coolest CSS3 tutorials available to both inspire you and walk you through the steps on how to develop your blog/websites so it stands out above the crowd!
1. Slide Down Box Menu
Slide Down Box Menu: Navigation is something all of your visitors will notice. In this tutorial learn how to create a unique sliding box navigation.
2. Elegant Accordion with jQuery and CSS3
Elegant Accordion with jQuery and CSS3: Codrops developed another great tutorial outlining how to use jQuery to create vertical accordion tabs that slide out when hovering and CSS3 to enhance the looks.
3. Minimalistic Navigation
Minimalistic Navigation: A very simplistic take at navigation with a very easy how-to.
4. Making a Photobooth Web App
Making a Photobooth Web App: Learn how to build a photobooth that allows your website visitors to take a snapshot with their web camera and upload it from a neat CSS3 interface.
5. Image Gallery
Image Gallery: This tutorial shows you how to create a stunning image gallery in CSS3 that remains compatible with browsers that are not quite up-to-date.
6. Music Player Menu
CSS3 Music Player Menu: This tutorial will show you how to create a Music Player Menu using only CSS3 properties instead of using images.
CSS3 Typography: You’d swear this text was created using Photoshop, but no, it’s all CSS3!
8. Drop Down Menu with Integrated Forms
Drop Down Menu with Integrated Forms: This tutorial will show you how to couple jQuery and CSS3 to integrate forms with a dropdown menu.
9. Animated Vignette Buttons
Animated Vignette Buttons: Using multiple backgrounds in CSS3, this tutorial shows you how to create a unique hover effect.
10. Dynamic Stack of Cards
Dynamic Stack of Cards: This tutorial will help you dive into CSS3 transformations and transitions.
11. My Notes
My Notes: This is a a handy little tool that allows you to add and edit notes.
12. Contextual Slideout Tutorial
Contextual Slideout Tutorial: This tutorial will walk you through how to create easily configurable contextual slideouts.
13. Cufonized Fly Out Menu
Cufonized Fly Out Menu: This unique take on menu adds a little extra flavor to the navigation.
14. Bottom Slide Out Menu
Bottom Slide Out Menu: This tutorial offers another unique way to set your navigation apart from normal.
Slicebox: This is a great new image slider that has a built in fallback for browsers that don’t support the code yet.
16. Multi-Step Signup Form
Multi-Step Signup Form: A simple tutorial to create a multi-step form, including a progress bar!
17. Slide Out Boxes
Slide Out Boxes: This tutorial will help you make a widget to help your related blogs stand out.
18. Interactive Photo Desk
Interactive Photo Desk: This is a fun, interactive way to display pictures to your website viewers.
19. Simple Toolbar
Simple Toolbar: Toolbars have become very popular on websites and this tutorial will show you how to easily create one.
20. Content Slider
Content Slider: This tutorial outlines an easy way to rotate the background at the same time the heading and descriptions are sliding in and out.
Article by Danielle Towner
Danielle Towner is a simple, small town girl that has discovered a passion for all things digital. With a degree in marketing and several years of agency experience under her belt she has played a significant role in nearly every type of marketing for clients of all shapes and sizes. She has conducted extensive market research studies, developed marketing plans, implemented advertising campaigns, managed email marketing efforts, designed marketing collateral, composed press release and sales copy, as well as developed and implemented social media strategies. With her eagerness to learn, she strives to always be on the cusp of the next big thing.