As a web developer, you are always curious to grab and learn the trending techniques and tips to build a website. For the frontend web developers, the CSS3 has been a dramatic turning point with a plethora of new settings and properties that are easily supported by the new era web browsers.

Nowadays, most of the passionate developers are working hard to create the most enticing ideas that are still inconceivable.

These free killer tips and codes that you are about to learn and anyone who is willing to forge ahead into the killer CSS techniques can help himself excel in this field easily. Sit back and simply copy these killer techniques into your own work and build new ideas with this simple, yet amazing guide.

Checkbox Styles

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As you know that the mobile UI designs have become popular in web designing. The customized sliders and those checkboxes have cloned many features and they appear quite handy with this killer technique.

These boxes and sliders have been created using the typical HTML field with heavy customization. This can only be possible through CSS and many designers have been waiting for years for some dramatic input field and other browser manufacturers have only recently delivered products that support the CSS3. This was only as a method of customization.

Checkbox Styles

Animated Popout Statistics

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Most of the large popout interface seems amazingly beautiful and the added CSS3 animation effect make it more glamorous. The data bars and data charts would animate when the page is loaded and also the pop off the page when you hover events.

Animated Popout Statistics

Youtube Logo

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It required the simplest CSS3 technique and was created using a background gradient with some simple text shadows. Each part of this logo has been encapsulated in H1 tag by using two span elements.

Youtube Logo

Pure CSS Accordion

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This one is typically the accordion menu and is tied on JavaScript. The CSS used can easily handle effect and it is quite easy to create this menu hidden behind those radio buttons you see.

Pure CSS Accordion

Tag Link Button

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If you remember that 10-15 years back most of the tag icons were quite popular for tag clouds and other blog listing. These were created with background images. However, with the modern CSS you can easily build some scalable tag link with all kinds of backgrounds.

Tag Link Button

Stitched Border Effect

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This is an amazing effect that relies only on background images. The CSS3 background gradient has replicated the effect with the help of vector shapes right inside the browser. You can easily create some amazing stitched effect with Photoshop or illustrator.

Stitched Border Effect

Fullscreen Carousel

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This goes into a bit of complicated stuff, but the JavaScript has been a solution to many image carousels galleries. This enables a web designer to easily create rotating carousels with some cool animated effect.

Fullscreen Carousel

Perspective Circular Loader

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It is quite popular nowadays and you might be familiar creating from basic objects or the SVG vector images. It has been created a perspective slant from the viewer quite easily.

Perspective Circular Loader

Starry Parallax Background

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The new Starry Parallax Background with a continuous motion and some parallax design resides in realm of jQuery. Might be a frustrating work though! However, the CSS3 animated function has made it easily possible.

Starry Parallax Background

Notepaper Blockquote

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This is an amazing technique that makes use of the Thibaut Courouble over the traditional CSS flow. It can be easily crafted along with series of border shadows and somme cool gradient effect into a single div.

Notepaper Blockquote

Animate Progress Bar

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Ah! The old yet the most popular progress bat that was create by Thibaut Courouble and relies mainly on CSS codes. The animation has become more easy using CSS3 and can create an interactive progress bat with some clickable stages.

Animate Progress Bar

Jagged Banner Container

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You’ll be amazed that this is among the ideas that require use of Photoshop, but can be replicated in your web browser. This creates a cool effect and splits the page composition targeting the areas like headers and CTA button, etc.

Jagged Banner Container

Full Interactive NES

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This is a retro blast and you may not find its use in the most typical website. However, the code snippet is simply amazing and features some interactive designs.

Full Interactive NES

CSS Status Icons

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You notice that most of the website are relying on PNG and JPEG images for their icons. However, the SVG files are also gaining much support for their vector abilities. But, this is the true code-based icon and each of them have status icons that are created using pure CSS that is a dumbfounding the least.

CSS Status Icons

Sliding Text Animation

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Don’t be fooled with these animation as most of the large header and dramatic parallax layout are made using this simple trick. The sliding text draws visibility and allows you a unique way to share your message. In case you are unable to find the JavaScript the CSS controls the text animation easily.

Sliding Text Animation

1 COMMENT

  1. So, all this CSS is cool, and probably really efficient for loading in a webpage, but, how does it all hold up with legacy or future web browsers. And has anyone tested it all for accessibility? In the past a simple icon with an ALT tag would have been used, and been understandable for limited vision or blind users with screen readers, but how does this CSS work for screen readers?

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