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9 Satisfying CSS + JS animations for relaxation πŸ’†

Sometimes after a long, exhausting day it is enough to look at something beautiful. Therefore “satisfying” videos or pictures are very good. You can see in this article that this is also possible with CSS and JavaScript!

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You should avoid these 7 CSS No-Gos!

Again and again one reads CSS tips and what one must consider in order to create fancy websites as fast as possible. Sometimes it helps to see the bad examples to know what is really good. And exactly these CSS No-Gos you can find here!

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Programming JavaScript Equalizer

Simply as a design element or functional, this equalizer is a real eye-catcher! Here I explain to you how you can program this equalizer yourself with pure JavaScript.

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Program your own WYSIWYG editor – in 10 minutes!

Are you annoyed by missing or unnecessary functions in WYSIWYG editors? No problem! Here I show you how you can program your own WYSIWYG editor.

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Programming interactive (rotatable) 3D cube

You move your cell phone and the cube turns? Yes! That’s exactly what we’re programming today. With the help of the devices alignment via JavaScript.

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Top 20 CSS Navigation Menus

A good user flow contributes enormously to a successful website. The content, positioning and appearance should therefore be well thought out. Here you will find some inspirations for your own navigation menu!

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Hide annoying Google reCAPTCHA v3 Badge

The Google reCAPTCHA is most already encountered on a website. In the new version Google only shows a fade in at the bottom. That’s not very fancy, so I’ll show you here how to remove this fade in.

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Top 20 CSS Buttons

Buttons are not only good for user navigation, but also an extremely important design element for any website. For this reason there are the best CSS Buttons here!

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Programming Reading Position Indicator with jQuery

Reading progress indicator, scroll position or scroll indicator: The mysterious bar has many names, but the best known is probably Reading Position Indicator. Such a bar can also be found in the header of this post. Here you can learn how to program this feature with jQuery and CSS.

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