Interactive Charts & Graphs with Chartist.js
Because graphs built by Chartist.js are created using vectors, they are fully responsive to your visitors’ screen sizes and will automatically match your visitors’ screen resolution.
Chartist.js is built with and supports code written for the SASS CSS preprocessor. Using CSS @media queries, Chartist.js supports creating different graphs for different screen sizes. For easier control than manually writing @media queries, the library also offers an easily-implemented mechanism to specify graphs for different types of devices.
With these settings, the library supports both traditional and mobile-first designs. For mobile devices for example, Chartist.js can show fewer labels creating a more easily read graph.
Accessing elements within graphs created by Chartist.js is easily done through the HTML DOM, just like any other element on your website. Because the graphs are created using SVG, every component of the graph is accessable and editable.
Chartist.js Tutorials: Creating Line, Bar, Scatter, and Pie Charts
Looking to download a lot of data? Need to find the exact information in a gigantic internet haystack that you are looking for? These resources are designed to help you build spiders, crawlers, and other tools to obtain data from the internet.
These tools are designed to help you build your website, add content, and improve your website’s appearance.
Parallax Web Design
Parallax website design moves one part of your website at a different speed than the rest of your page. This often creates a 3D-like effect, adding depth and interest to your webpage design. The resources, including themes, tutorials, and examples, are designed to help you build a website with parallax scrolling.
Infininite Scrolling Web Design
Build an endless scrolling website, loading new content when your visitors reach the end of your webpage.
Website Theme Resources
Website themes are an easy to create a great website quickly. They provide a beginning point for you to build your websites, giving you layout, code, and functionality to work with. These resources are made to help you find the right theme to help you start building your website.
Our comprehensive, analytical research into the website theme industry, focusing on trends and major changes affecting website designers and website theme customers.
Our Fall, 2014 Theme Forest Analysis Report shows a major shift in the theme marketplace. The empirical assesment of Theme Forest over a 28 month period indicates a series of interesting trends and patterns.
Our assement of the popularity of parallax scrolling in website themes published on Theme Forest shows that parallax design elements are an increasingly popular trend.
How to find WordPress and Drupal themes licensed under the GNU Public License. These themes offer increased freedom and the ability to use your theme on multiple sites.
These themes are built for use with the Drupal content management system. Drupal is wonderful and quite popular for business websites.
Themes for creating parallax-scrolling 3D-depth-like effects and animations as visitors scroll down a page.
Themes built for making professionally designed portfolios.
Themes built for making small, medium, and large business websites.