CSS is a stylesheet language that developers use to develop layouts and design web pages. As a toolbox, we can use it to customize the orientation of various elements. If you work as a front-end developer, you’ll almost probably use […]
The breadth to height ratio of a picture is called the aspect ratio. The aspect ratio defines how your image (or any particular object) will look on the website and is denoted by a colon (like A: B).
The aspect ratio […]
The text-stroke property is an experimental property that provides text decoration options. It is an abbreviation for the following characteristics:
The text-fill-color property overrides the color property, allowing for a graceful fallback to a different text color in browsers that don’t […]
A user’s customer experience is influenced by what they see on a site, and it will also impact how readily users can navigate the website overall.
Applying graphics to the background-image property in CSS of specific portions of a website is […]
It used to be quite tough to arrange components in CSS, and people were compelled to utilize inconvenient workarounds like floating components with clearfixes, but afterward came flexbox. Flexbox changed CSS designs and is undoubtedly among the essential CSS elements […]
What Exactly Does Vertical Alignment Imply?
Vertical alignment is the condition or act of arranging objects to be stacked one on top of the other. This concept’s precise meaning changes depending on the situation. Vertical alignment has applications in a vast […]
CSS Transform Property
You may use the CSS transform property to visually modify an element by skewing, rotating, translating, or scaling it.
The transform attribute transforms an element in 2D or 3D space.
Even if a height and width are specified, this element […]
What is CSS?
The CSS transition-timing function is a feature that helps you transition from one thing to another. A CSS transition timing function property specifies how intermediary values for CSS attributes impacted by a transition effect are computed. In general, this allows […]
Create a ruler cell div, add background pictures for markers (linear-gradient is OK), and specify a percent location for each marker. This can only be done once in your CSS, and if you utilize the same picture, there will be […]