Post Formats are still uncharted territory for a lot of Wordpress developers. I have demonstrated a method of keeping the code itself and the final markup as squeaky-clean it is supposed to be. Instead of loading all the resource libraries, only load them when they are needed – and do so in the most elegant fashion possible.
This tutorial will demonstrate how to develop a complex responsive navigation menu using the “Mobile-First Approach“. The aim is to present mobile users with a pseudo-native, touch-conducive and interactive interface that enables them to navigate the website with ease. On the other hand, tablet users will be presented with an appropriately sized navigation whilst desktop users will be presented with a glorious drop-down navigation menu.
The whole point of web design is to present appropriate user interfaces that feel native to the user’s environment. Due to the rising number of users from mobile and tablet devices, the “Responsive Web Design” approach has become a necessity in modern day web design. There is a new commandment in web design practice: Thou shalt not discriminate against devices.
One of the most critical aspects of web design is the navigation. The navigation, above all else, must be clear, usable and cross-browser compliant. But the tragedy is in the fact that most websites have awful navigation designs that make content difficult to navigate to.
In this tutorial, we are going to build a fabulous cross-browser dropdown navigation menu with the help of some advanced CSS3 properties.
Clients are often short on words to truly explain their expectations and reactions in detail, over traditional forms of communication. As a designer, you may have found yourself struggling to understand exactly what the client wants from your designs once you’ve submitted a few mockups. Usually they want something to “pop”.
Thankfully, web technologies have advanced to [...]