When Responsive Web Design was introduced to the developer community, it brought on a significant change in how we think about our web sites as well as how we develop our projects.
This article is a roundup of several CSS and SVG solutions, as opposed to being an article comparing one solution that can be achieved using either CSS and SVG.
In this article, we are going to go over techniques for creating arbitrarily-shaped UI components using CSS properties and SVG’s capabilities, and a mix of both!
In this post, we’ll tackle custom HTML form styling—specifically checkbox and radio inputs.
In this post, I’ll show you how to make a ‘text filling with liquid’ effect. It can be used for preloaders, titles and such, but overall it’s a neat study of SVG effects in general.