HTML offers a bunch of great features to include images on your website that perfectly fit your responsive design and to improve their performance. Let’s explore them together in this article.
Forms are everywhere on the web. Unfortunately, very often they turn out to be an accessibility and UX nightmare. Here are some examples of forms I found, what problems there are, and how to (easily!) fix them.
CSS grid is a powerful layout algorithm that enables us to build great designs. In this part of the tutorial series we use it to create a responsive layout for a small contact form.
Almost every website contains at least one form. Today we learn how to build forms with HTML that are accessible and easy to understand and use.
Like my previous post, this one is again about HTML. Together we will build a setup for a small website containing a homepage, an about me page, and a contact page.
In the first part of my web development basics article series I’ll focus on HTML and how to create your first small webpage.