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Responsive Images: How They Can be Created and Implemented Using CSS Images leads to better engagement with your website visitors. They help in presenting the important pieces of information in a fun and effective manner. And so, when creating a mobile version of your website, make sure that your images look perfect on any mobile display. But, let\'s face it! Making your images responsive can be challenging, since not all of them are adaptable. Put it simply, the fixed-width images cannot resize according to the device they\'re accessed on.


10 Awesome CSS3 Tips & Tricks Most experienced front-end web developers probably already have many CSS3 tips & tricks in this post as part of their CSS coding guidelines, but did you know there are some powerful CSS selectors to target an empty DOM element, HTML elements of a specific type, or maybe any type of element?

Many older resources tend to shy away from using some of these CSS3 tricks, however more and more we see that modern browsers are so fast, it doesn't matter nowadays. With that in mind, JavaScriptBank.com is happy to present 10 handy CSS3 selectors you can start using today.

More other CSS3 tips & tricks to master yourself:
- CSS3 box-shadow Property Basics
- HTML Button with CSS3: Tiny & Helpful Demo plus Tutorial
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CSS3 box-shadow Property Basics If you're a web designer, you might be familiar with Photoshop's (or other drawing program) "drop shadow" layer property. It gives that layer a small shadow, creating the illusion of it floating on top of the image canvas.

On the world of web development, there is a similar feature in CSS3 called a box-shadow. The basics of box-shadow property will be explained below with many CSS3 live demos, and we'll see a few of the cool capabilities this CSS3 property allows us to do.

More CSS3 related article to practice yourself:
- HTML Button with CSS3: Tiny & Helpful Demo plus Tutorial
- Great Collection of Extreme CSS3, JavaScript Tutorials
- Simple Awesome Inline Modal Box with CSS3
- Beautiful and Stunning CSS3 Animation Experiments
- Awesome jQuery Accordion with CSS3 and HTML5


Awesome Box Shading Skill with CSS only In this tutorial, the author will guide you how to create awesome box shade with CSS only. This is a full-detailed instructions and a cool demo. Please go to the full post page for awesome web experiment.


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