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About Nikhil

Experienced Frontend Developer and UX Designer who specializes in HTML5, CSS3 SASS/SCSS, Bootstrap 4, Materialize, Semantic UI frameworks, Javascript, Jquery, Ajax, React JS and APIs.

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Web Development

20 Best Chrome Extensions for Developers in 2024

Google Chrome, is without a doubt, the most popular browser in the world. In terms of user share, Google Chrome is well ahead of other major browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, Microsoft Edge, etc.

April 1, 2024

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Read time13 Min Read

New Year Resolutions-of-web-tester

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New Year Resolutions Of Every Website Tester In 2020

Were you able to work upon your resolutions for 2019? I may sound comical here but my 2019 resolution being a web developer was to take a leap into web testing in my free time.

January 14, 2020

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Read time14 Min Read

CSS Preprocessors

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Comprehensive CSS Preprocessor Comparison: Sass vs LESS vs Stylus

It has been a while since the concept of CSS Preprocessor made its debut into the mainstay of front-end web development workflow and changed the way we code CSS.

November 28, 2019

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Read time12 Min Read

CSS Grid Layout vs CSS Frameworks

Web Development

CSS Grid Layout vs CSS Frameworks: When To Use What?

“CSS Grid or CSS Framework? What should I use for my next project?” It is a question often asked by web developers, specifically new ones after they are introduced to the CSS Grid layout.

November 18, 2019

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Read time24 Min Read

Variable Fonts vs Static Fonts & Cross browser Compatibility

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What Are Variable Fonts: A Complete Tutorial With Examples

One of the key cornerstones of Modern web design is Typography. For those who are aware of the eminence of typography in web experience, no explanation is necessary. For those who don’t, no explanation would suffice. While the web is entering a new, exciting and uncharted domain,

June 6, 2019

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Read time18 Min Read

Complete Guide To Cross Browser Compatible CSS Gradients

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Complete Guide To Cross Browser Compatible CSS Gradients

CSS gradients for background have become an indispensable aspect UI/UX design and have a massive impact on a website’s design. It plays a fundamental role in setting the design hierarchy, capturing user attention and focus, and finally defining website usability and appearance.

April 29, 2019

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Read time20 Min Read

How To Create A Cross Browser Compatible HTML Progress Bar?

Web Development

How To Create A Cross Browser Compatible HTML Progress Bar?

One of the key elements of any modern website that you would have come across on the internet is an HTML progress bar. HTML5 progress elements have become a fundamental part of web design that is used for a wide array of tasks be it to display file download/upload status, file transfer,

April 5, 2019

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Read time9 Min Read

It’s 2019! Let’s End The Debate On Icon Fonts vs SVG Icons

Web Development

Icon Fonts vs SVG – Clash of the Icons

In the world of modern web, icons have become an indelible and integral part of UI design. From navigation menus to social media icons, symbols and indicators,

March 14, 2019

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Read time18 Min Read

Fixing Browser Compatibility Issues With CSS Opacity & RGBA

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Fixing Browser Compatibility Issues With CSS Opacity & RGBA

Very often web designers encounter the need to spice of their websites by playing with CSS opacity for backgrounds, texts and images to build modern subdued styling effects.

March 8, 2019

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Read time8 Min Read

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Why Vertical Text Orientation Is A Nightmare For Cross Browser Compatibility?

The necessity for vertical text-orientation might not seem evident at first and its use rather limited solely as a design aspect for web pages. However, many Asian languages like Mandarin or Japanese scripts can be written vertically

February 27, 2019

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Read time8 Min Read