How to Create Loader Animation with CSS


A loader is a very useful element for every web project. When we use Ajax to update parts of a web page, some time needs to get the respective content. At this situation, preloader is a perfect choice for notifying the user to wait. You can use an image as a preloader or create CSS loader. If you want to make loader animation with CSS, this tutorial will help you to create simple and lightweight loader animation.

How to Create a Toggle Switch using CSS


The toggle switch will add a neat and clean user experience to checkbox functionality. The toggle switch can be created using pure CSS, so you can use toggle switch as a filtering button in your web project. If you want to provide a better user experience on the web project, then display a toggle switch instead of a checkbox. Here we'll provide the short CSS code snippets for normal and rounded toggle switch.

How to Create Simple CSS Tooltip


Tooltips are a great way to showing details information to the user by hovering a text or image and it helps to improve the user experience of your website. Using tooltips you can display image caption, description for links, and useful information. You can easily create a tooltip with CSS without using JavaScript or jQuery. In this tutorial, we'll provide a short code snippet to create simple CSS tooltip that appears when the user moves the mouse pointer over a text.

Overlay Preloader Image over Div using CSS


In the web project, overlay image on div is a most used feature. Here we'll provide a shot CSS snippet for displaying a loader over content div. Preloader indicates that the content is loading. Not only for the list content, you can use it for every case where you want to overlay something on content.

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