We’ve all had to work with photos that need to be cut down and have parts removed. Do you reach for the Eraser tool first? If so, you’re locking yourself in to changes.
Here’s a less destructive alternative using layer masks.
Content doesn’t always have to stay visible. Sometimes it can hide in the most unexpected locations.
In this tutorial we’ll start with a cartoon themed header, build two different states for content and animate a transition between them using jQuery.
As much as I love seeing the mystery man appear in WordPress comments across the internet, your blog deserves better. In this tutorial we’ll take a custom image and add it as the default gravatar to give your comment section a more personalized touch.
Ever define a border weight in CSS only to find it heavier in Internet Explorer? Today’s tip is on keeping consistent border width across browsers when using shorthand.
If you’re familiar with CSS shorthand, you’ll know that border width can be described in either exact units (pixels), or through one of several more general terms (like thin).
A lot of forms can be boring and plain, don’t let yours blend in. This tutorial will show you how to spice them up with CSS classes and default values that change according to which form item is selected. All with just a splash of jQuery.
Ever built a great website mock up in Photoshop only to slice it up and discover that the all the colors are off in the saved images? Even though the hex values are the same, the appearance is totally different.
Easy now! Don’t curse out Photoshop just yet. It’s a simple problem to fix if you know the right options to change.