Here is a list of sources you can use to enhance your website. Most of these are simple to implement, but note that ‘simple’ is not a synonym for ‘easy.’ You should expect to spend some time experimenting and learning if you choose to implement one of these. That is why this is extra credit.
A little goes a long way in enhancing your site. There are many more options available besides those listed here:
- FontAwesome: Font Awesome gives you scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.
- Animate.CSS: Just-add-water CSS animations. A cross-browser library of CSS animations. As easy to use as an easy thing. Head to the Animate.CSS’ GitHub page and scroll down for instructions.
- CodePen: search the pens for features that you would like to incorporate into your website, like slideshows.
- AniJS: A Library to Raise your Web Design without Coding
- Bounce.js: Bounce.js is a tool and JS library that lets you create beautiful CSS3 powered animations.
- Bootstrap: Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web. Note: This will override or affect all of your existing CSS and style, including the code I provided you during Week 8.
- Search for “CSS libraries” or “CSS enhance website” or any other combination of words that return results with CSS libraries, tips, or tricks. I did and found: