You can now create your own CSS creatures by tweeting them to @csscreatures. These adorable CSS cuteness are generated 100% from HTML5 and CSS3 and created by Bennett Feely. You can customize your own monster by tweaking body colors, personalities and more. I’ve created my very own monster in turquoise with huge buckteeth and a happy (with just a tad bit crazy) LOL – mine is the one on the most left! Create one and share yours!
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All the CSS3-related tutorials, ideas and various posts in Stampede Constructs
Create Google Polymer-style checkbox using CSS3
Google Polymer, the new framework by Google, is a library for creating Web Components, a set of W3C standards and upcoming browser APIs for defining your own custom HTML elements. Polymer is used as the framework for the new Google Material Design, with UI interactions that will definitely appeal to interface designers. If CSS3 is more your flavour, Chris Sevilleja from scotch.io can show you how to create Polymer-style checkbox using CSS3.
Creating Accordion Using CSS3
Get Creative With Link Effects
Bored with common link styles or the usual hover effect over and over again? It’s time to get creative with your link effects. My favourite is the one with a rectangular box that transforms to 3D block on hover. What about yours?