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22 HTML5/CSS3/jQuery Tutorials for Frontend Web Developers

by Jake Rocheleau

on May 4, 2012

in Tutorials

When discussing web applications you always have to split development into two areas. Unless you are skilled both in the backend coding and frontend design markup, there is a dividing line between these two areas. HTML5/CSS3 are really starting to snowball in popularity. And with the jQuery library already infamous amongst JavaScript developers these 3 languages can streamline the development of any web project.

But the problem is that many designers are put off from starting on the frontend. It truly doesn’t take a lot of difficulty to complete a full web design. But when you add in the code aspect it can amount to a few extra days or even weeks of work. The tutorials I have added below are geared towards designers interested in bulking up their knowledge on coding frontend web layouts. Check out some of these fascinating skills and see if you can replicate the functionality in your own website. Another frontend issue that is exploding right now is mobile web development. As time goes on mobile is beginning to take over and eventually will account for more activity than non mobile.

HTML5 Grayscale Image Hover

Useful Links for Learning CSS @Keyframes Animation

Create a Responsive Web Design with Media Queries

Mobile Navigation Design & Tutorial

Using Backgrounds in CSS3

jQuery Timeline Animation

Wrangle Async Tasks With JQuery Promises

CSS Refreshers: Borders

Progressive and Responsive Navigation

Techniques For Overcoming Poor CSS Support In Email

Gridpak: The Responsive Grid Generator

Simple jQuery Filtering using Quicksand

Learn jQuery Faster with Firebug, jQuerify, and SelectorGadget

Smoother Loading Typekit Fonts

Essential Responsive Web Design Testing Tools

Login and Registration Form with HTML5 and CSS3

Responsive Content Navigator with CSS3

Accordion with CSS3

Timeline Portfolio

Apple-like Login Form with CSS 3D Transforms

The Apple.com navigation menu created using only CSS3

Keyframe Animation Syntax

About Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a freelance writer and web developer. He writes articles for numerous blogs on freelancing, Wordpress, CSS3, and jQuery. You can find him all throughout Google and follow his tweets @jakerocheleau. Connect with Jake on Google +