Steven Bradley
Steven Bradley is a web designer, WordPress developer, and author of the book Design Fundamentals. He blogs at Vanseo Design and owns and operates a small business forum helping people learn how to run and market their business more effectively.
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    What You May Not Know About the Z-Index Property400x400
    The z-index property in CSS seems simple enough, but there's a lot to discover beneath the surface if you really want to understand how it works. In this tutorial we'll clarify the inner workings of z-index, by looking at stacking contexts and a few practical examples.Read More…
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    Examining Responsive Navigation: Off Canvas PatternsNav patterns preview
    This is the final part in a Premium series about responsive navigation patterns. But here's the bonus: this one's freely available for everyone! In this tutorial we'll walk through four variations of patterns where navigation and page content is placed off canvas to conserve space until requested. It's time to stop copying and pasting, let's start understanding!Read More…
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    Responsive Navigation: Toggle Patterns - New on PremiumNav patterns preview
    Welcome to the third in a Premium series which looks at responsive navigation patterns. This tutorial will walk you through three patterns where navigation is toggled on and off to conserve space at the top of the page. It's time to stop copying and pasting - check out today's Premium tutorial and start understanding!Read More…
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    Examining Responsive Navigation: Toggle PatternsWeb design
    Welcome to the third in a Premium series on how to develop responsive navigation patterns. This tutorial will walk you through three patterns where navigation is toggled on and off to conserve space at the top of the page.Read More…
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    Examining Responsive Navigation: Footer Patterns – New on PremiumPreview
    Welcome to the second in a Premium series which looks at responsive navigation patterns. This article will walk you through four patterns where navigation moves to the footer, conserving space at the top of the page. It's time to stop copying and pasting - check out today's Premium tutorial and start understanding!Read More…
  • Web Design
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    Examining Responsive Navigation Patterns - New on PremiumPreview
    As web designers create more and more responsive sites, patterns continually emerge for how we handle global navigation. This is the first in a series of posts focused on how to develop some of those patterns. It's time to stop copying and pasting - check out today's Premium tutorial and start understanding!Read More…