Have you ever wondered how you can create your own social media buttons using custom icons? I sure did and finally know how to go about it, including the syntax for email button link.
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When the browser window is narrow, the menu in the upper right converts from a regular row of links into a dropdown menu.
One of the trickiest parts to be responsified on a website is “the Navigation”, this part is really important for the website accessibility, as this is one of the ways visitors jump over the web pages.
Today, I will be sharing an experiment to replicate the behavior of the side menu, similar to what you’ve seen on smartphone applications, but this tutorial is for the web. I will take you through each step from structuring your layout and adding swipe gestures to open/close the menu, usable on both desktop and smartphones.
This page demonstrates two interesting aspects of SVG that you may not be aware of: styling the SVG with an external CSS file and amending the SVG based on media queries. Below are the four most common ways to display SVG in a browser. If both external CSS and media queries are working, you should see four green Twitter birds with FTW.
It appears that displaying SVG with the
<object> tag is still the best method (assuming it doesn’t have to be a background) as it honours both external CSS references and media queries in all modern browsers – plus of course it allows fallback content for browsers that don’t support SVG.