Unsemantic CSS framework tutorial and Guide

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What is Unsemantic? Unsemantic is a CSS framework that is responsive and based on fluid grid system that uses percentages instead of fixed pixels.  Like any other CSS framework, Unsemantic too has pre-prepared CSS classes that would make web page development easier. Unsemantic is popularly knows to be the successor of the famous 960Grid CSS framework. … Read more

How to use Conditional Comments in HTML

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Many of us would have come across scenarios where we wanted a different Stylesheet or CSS properties for IE (Internet Explorer). While many would have resorted to Feature detection/browser detection there is an easier approach to achieve this. You can use Conditional comments to target Internet Explorer or different versions of IE. Conditional Comments are … Read more

How to use Google web fonts ?

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Over the time if you notice, the web is becoming more beautiful and pleasant. People have actually become more serious about UX, UI, Typography and the related technologies. One of the important steps towards this is using pretty fonts. There are many ways to use custom fonts on your website but one of the easiest … Read more

NetBiscuits – Getting Started

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What is Netbiscuits? Netbiscuits is a platform for the development and delivery of next generation web apps across all mobile and connected devices. In other words, It is a platform that helps you in developing and delivering mobile device specific websites or webapps. In order to develop webapps using netbiscuits platform, you will have to … Read more

Px To Em Conversion – How to (Explained)

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With a variety of browsers flooding the market and fluid design being a concern, Front-End developers try to be more alert with their code and the unit of measurements they use in their codes. When it comes to the font size, developers usually demand the unit of measurement of font sizes to be converted from … Read more