20+ HTML5, CSS3, jQuery Tutorials for Front end Web Developers


Web developers often have a hard time searching through the myriad of tutorials and articles available on the topic of website development ie. HTML5. CSS3, jQuery. Being a developer means that you need to constantly look for new things regarding your field of work and to learn new “tricks” because nobody can say that he knows everything. So, even if you are an experienced programmer or a newbie, reading tutorials could only make you better at what you do.

In this article you will find 20+ great tutorials created by web developers to web developers and show you the best tutorials on HTML, JavaScript, CSS, jQuery and more!

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



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    June 27, 2012 at 11:26 am

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  2. Danielle

    May 23, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    This is an awesome list! For those of you who need help with jQuery or tools similar to it, check out WalkMe http://www.walkme.com. The tool allows you to build tooltips without the use of a tutorial. Or, if you would even like to create a tutorial for users, you can use the tooltips to do so, instead of using time-consuming products like video, etc.

    Danielle Harrison
    Co-Founder of WalkMe.com

    • Pankaj

      May 23, 2012 at 6:17 pm

      Denielle, thanks for sharing a wonderful tool with us.

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