How to Make Circular/Curved Text with JavaScript

Creating circular text, or text on an curved path, in webpages may seem like somewhat of a intimidating task. There isn’t really a straightforward way to achieve it with standard HTML and CSS. There is a JavaScript plugin or two out there with some pretty decent results, but using plugins means extra dependency and load time associated tacked on to your project. […]


CSS: Making the Switch from Static to Relative Units

CSS gives web developers plenty of options when it comes to defining lengths for HTML elements. In a broad sense, defining lengths in CSS can be broken down in to two categories: using absolute versus relative units. Absolute units are probably most commonly done with pixel lengths with the familiar px unit. Other absolute length units exist (e.g., mm, […]


CSS: Simple Sticky Footer

The sticky footer… The oh-so-sought-after expanse at the bottom of the page that contains contact information, site navigation, a call to action, or whatever else you might want to chuck in there. It’s the element that knows its place in the world (wide web) and embraces it by staying in it’s place. A well executed sticky footer encourages your site visitors to further engage; it […]