If you are tired of standard heading styles then read this snippet and learn to add lines before and after heading giving it an attractive and unique style.
Read about how to use multiple background images with the help of background-image, background-position, background-repeat properties. Also, see examples!
Use the CSS ::selection selector to change the default highlight color while selecting texts. Use only CSS and do cool tricks to have a better user experience. All with examples.
The HTML <hr> element is a block-level element and creates a horizontal line. In this snippet, find out how to style a horizontal line by adding a color to it.
Since actually, we cannot style the “title” attribute inside an anchor tag, we suggest using some other methods of styling the tooltip inside an anchor tag.
One of the best effects to stylize your text, is making it appear blurred. In this snippet, we are going to show you two methods of creating a blurry text. So here we go.
Learn how to create a drop-down navigation menu with <ul> tag. Create your code step by step and try examples!
In this tutorial, find out how it is possible to style a list with dashes instead of bullet points. Use the :before pseudo-element with the content property.
If you want to make your Web page more attractive using multicolor texts, read our snippet, find out 3 ways of creating ones and see examples.