Renato Silva

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Broken Image Layout with Background lines Using CSS

Today we are going to make a broken image layout with some background lines using CSS. This is something new trend you saw in many websites. Some background lines or Broken layout. This is what we are going to make in this video. For that you need some good CSS knowledge. We going to use things like positioning, flex, pseudo elements and many more. This design will be full responsive.

👉 source code: https://codepen.io/Web_Cifar/pen/mdrgGpO

🔔 Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdxaLo9ALJgXgOUDURRPGiQ

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Broken Image Layout with Background lines Using CSS

13 Cool Simple CSS Grid layout examples

Collection of free hand-picked simple CSS grid examples. Also, it includes a bunch of front-end techniques, tips, and tricks for your future reference. Hope you will like these freebies and find them useful. Happy coding!

  • Styling the last row of a grid with CSS selectors
  • Grid Animation Effects
  • Simple grid mixin
  • Simple Grid CSS Grid
  • Simple CSS Grid Hover
  • Simple css Grid – Responsive
  • Simple css grid system using scss
  • CSS variables simple CSS grid
  • Super Simple CSS Grid
  • 3D Grid UI
  • Aspect ratio Grid boxes with CSS Variables
  • Simple grid system
  • Simple Grid template

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anita maity

anita maity

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Sidebar Menu Using Only HTML and CSS | Side Navigation Bar

how to create a Sidebar Menu using HTML and CSS only. Previously I have shared a Responsive Navigation Menu Bar using HTML & CSS only, now it’s time to create a Side Navigation Menu Bar that slides from the left or right side.

Demo

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Crop and Resize Image Before Upload In Laravel Using with jQuery Copper JS

Crop and resize image size before upload in laravel using jquery copper js. In this post, i will show you how to crop and resize image size in laravel using jQuery copper js in laravel.

This laravel crop image before upload using cropper js looks like:

laravel crop image before upload

Laravel Crop Image Before Uploading using Cropper js Tutorial

Laravel crop image before upload tutorial, follow the following steps and learn how to use cropper js to crop image before uploading in laravel app:

  • Step 1: Install New Laravel App
  • Step 2: Add Database Details
  • Step 3: Create Migration & Model
  • Step 4: Add Route
  • Step 5: Create Controller By Artisan
  • Step 6: Create Blade View
  • Step 7: Make Upload Directory
  • Step 8: Start Development Server

Read More => https://www.tutsmake.com/laravel-crop-image-before-upload-using-jquery-copper-js/

Live Demo Laravel Crop image Before Upload.

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CSS background image tutorial with examples

This article was originally published at: https://www.blog.duomly.com/css-background-image-tutorial-with-examples/


The background image is probably one of the CSS properties which all of us, front-end developers, used at least a few times in our careers. Most people think that there can’t be anything unusual about background-image, but after a quick research, I have a different conclusion.

There are lots of questions askes about CSS background image every day in Facebook groups and lots of unknown tricks which can help us to achieve amazing effects and make stunning apps and websites.

That’s the reason I decided to create this article to show you what magic can be done using such a simple CSS property. I gathered seven tips and tricks I believe will be the most useful and create some code examples where you can check what’s going on there for you.

And, if as usually if you don’t like reading, jump to our Youtube channel for a video version.

Let’s check what’s behind the background!

1. How to fit a background image perfectly to a viewport?

Let’s start from something that’s more tip than a trick. How often it happened to you that you had to struggle with your background image to make in perfectly fitted and not stretched and unattractive?

Let me show you the way how to make your background image always perfectly fitted to your browser window!

2. How to use multiple background images with CSS?

Hm, and what if I’d like to add more then one image in the background?

That’s possible and not very difficult, but can give a nice result while you’ve got an idea to mix two graphics into something beautiful.

I personally think that it’s super useful when we want to add a pattern on the top of a background image, so that’s what I will show you in this example.

Let’s see how it works!

3. How to create a triangular background image?

Another exciting CSS background image trick is a triangular background image. It creates a really beautiful effect, especially when we would like to show some totally different options like day and night, or winter and summer.

It is done by creating two divs, both for the full viewport, then it’s needed to add a background image to both of them, and next, the second div needs a clip-path property to create a triangle shape.

Let’s see the code and result!

4. How to add a gradient overlay to my background image?

The fourth trick I’d like to show you in this article is about overlay on the background image. It can be useful when you would like to put some text on the image, but it’s too light, and text is not visible, but it can also improve the image itself.

For example, sunset images can be strengthened by adding a pink-orange gradient or red to transparent gradient.

Let’s see how we can easily add a gradient overlay to the background image!

5. How to create a color-changing background image animation?

And what if you can decide which color is the best as an overlay for your background image? Then animations on background images are really useful.

Using an animated overlay can give your website a great final effect, and for sure, people will remember it.

Let’s see what we can do using background images and animations in CSS!

6. How to make a grid background image?

Sometimes it’s a great idea to go a little bit more crazy, especially if the project is about art or photography, then a nice background image can be created with CSS grid and CSS background image.

Oh, if you don't know what's CSS grid check it out here.

Let’s take a look!

7. How to set a background image as a text color?

Using background image with background-clip you can achieve a beautiful effect of the background image for text. In some cases, it may be very useful, especially when you’d like to create a big text header, but not as boring as a normal color.

Let’s see the stunning effect we can get!

Conclusion

In this article, you could see 7 different tips and tricks to make amazing things with the background image. I’m pretty sure those hints will be helpful and allow you to get amazing results on your layouts. If you’d like to check out some more interesting CSS tips and tricks, check out our latest CSS borders tips and tricks article and one of the previous CSS tips and tricks.

If you have ever used any customized solution for your background let me know in the comments, I will be happy to find out what more can be done with CSS background image property.

Thank you for reading,

Anna from Duomly

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Beth  Nabimanya

Beth Nabimanya

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Css trick: add colour and linear-gradient to a background image

Implementing responsive background-image is very simple, but combining it withadditional** background-color** and **linear-gradient **is not as simple as imagined, and if you also have to make the background image light and transparent, and also with some text on it that should not be transparent …

Yeah, it sounds cumbersome 🙈, but this is the task I encountered in my current project, let me explain the purpose with pictures first.

We have two different images ( I’m using example images here ) that need to be displayed according to the screen size, mobile version and desktop version: 👇

For the component I created the example code below:

My purpose is to use css property “display**” **to confirm which image is displayed on which device according to screen sizes.

✂️ Implementing them is simple, but here comes the requirement, the final effect should look like these below:

mobile image with effect

Ok, after first glance, what I see is that we maybe need some **linear-gradient, someadditional background colors, some text positions, **some image opacity rules

Let’s start with the first image (desktop version) 🌸

First, create CSS for the desktop image wrapper, I named it “heroImageWrapper”, see example code screenshot below: 👇 ( click on the screenshot for the complete view )

define height and width is very important

  • With CSS “display”, we could determine that this image should only appear on screen size that is bigger than 481px as “desktop” version
  • Give the wrapper an “relative” position so that we can position the text within it later
  • Define linear-gradientwith 90deg (t_he values _0deg180deg270deg, and 90deg, are equivalent to to topto bottomto left, and to right respectively) and opacity: 0.92 to blur the left side a little
  • … add some border, border-radius …

🌱 Now comes the interesting part, as we see from final effect, there should be some additional colors, opacity … , until now we have only implemented the **linear-gradient and some opacity, **but the picture should be darker and more blurred, how can we add another color to overlap the entire image?

Maybe we can imagine with something like an overlay between the image and the text. Either way, we need a CSS technique to introduce this kind of coverage. 🍁

Natively, CSS provides the powerful ::before, ::after elements for adding stylistic content to the page that shouldn’t affect markup.

In this case, my solution was use “before” to add a “pseudo” content which is actually only a “placeholder” without any content except an additional background color #beddf2.

👉 One important note, all pseudo-elements require a content CSS property to display. In our case, this will just be a blank string.

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