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Creating Sleek On/Off Button with CSS3
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Creating Sleek On/Off Button with CSS3

Using a button is, so far, the preferred way to interact with an electronic stuff; such as the radio, TV, music player, and even a smartphone that has a voice command feature still needs at least one or two physical buttons. Furthermore, in this digital age, the button has evolved in its digital form as well, which makes it more interactive, dynamic and real easy to make, compared to the physical button. So, this time, we are going to create a slick and interactive button which is based on this excellent design over at Dribbble using only CSS. Well, let’s just get started. HTML We will start off the button by placing the following markup on our HTML document. It’s really simple, the button would be based on an anchor tag, we also have a span next to it to create the indicator ligh...
CSS Units: Pixels, EM, and Percentage
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CSS Units: Pixels, EM, and Percentage

Unit takes an important role for measuring and building things like a house, a bridge or a tower, and building a website is not an exception. There are a number of methods of measurements used on the Web, specifically in CSS, namely Pixel, EM and Percentage. In this post, we are going to run through these units to get further insight into these units of measurements.Guide to CSS Viewport Units: vw, vh, vmin, vmaxGuide to CSS Viewport Units: vw, vh, vmin, vmaxViewport-percentage lengths, or viewport units as they are more frequently referred to, are responsive CSS units that allow... Read morePX Pixel is a fixed unit measurement and the smallest unit on screen measurement but don’t confuse this with the Pixel that defines screen resolution. The Pixel in CS...