Tag Archives: buttons

Add Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace buttons to your site – Webflow tutorial

As we know, social proof is the idea that others endorse you or your business. And to demonstrate that, and to better connect people with social accounts on your site, we’re going to cover Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace. Let’s start with Facebook. You can access the Facebook element the same place all elements are listed… Read More »

20+ Awesome Button Animation & Effect | HTML CSS & JS | 2020

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20+ Awesome Button Animation & Effect | HTML CSS & JS | 2020

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HTML Tutorial – 14 – Forms II

The most useful and common input type is the text field. Like most form elements it requires the name attribute to be specified and the value attribute will be set to the text that it contains. Another useful input type is the password field, which hides its characters from view. For both of these types… Read More »

HTML Tutorial – 13 – Forms I

Forms allow users to enter and submit data. For example, we can use forms to handle logins, order forms, and user feedback. The form tag requires two attributes – action and method. Action is the location where the form is sent to. This can be either an email link or a form handling script. A… Read More »

WordPress Tutorial: How to Add Social Sharing Buttons to Your Website

Hi and welcome to WordPress.com. This video will show you how to add social sharing buttons to your website or blog. These buttons allow your readers to easily share your content through popular social media channels and other services. Log in to your site, click on My Sites and Sharing in the side bar. Then,… Read More »

Danny Seo: Button Art | DIY Home Décor | Michaels

Hi I’m Danny Seo author of the book Upcycling and today I’m going to show you how to transform a collection of extra buttons something that maybe you have in your junk drawer at home or a great big jar of them you found at a flea market or thrift store. Into something less fashionable… Read More »