Pure CSS Responsive Cards Design with Hover Effect

Hello readers, Today in this blog you'll learn how to create Responsive Cards with Hover Effect in HTML & CSS only. Previously I have shared a Working Calculator using HTML CSS & Javascript, now it's time to create a Responsive Cards Design using HTML CSS.

Maybe you know what is a card on the website. If you don’t know about this, Often cards are used to organize listings of blog posts, products, services, etc. Section with border and content and take margin from another one they are cards.

As you can see in the image, this is a pure CSS card with a hover effect. you can see there are three cards, icons, buttons, and some dummy texts. These cards are fully responsive with the help of CSS @media property. To create these Cards, I used simple and easy HTML CSS codes which help the beginner to understand easily.

If you're feeling difficult to understand what I am saying. You can watch a full video tutorial on this program (Pure CSS Responsive Cards Design with Hover Effect).

Video Tutorial of Responsive CSS Cards with Hover Effect




I hope you have understood the basic concepts and codes from the video. As you have seen in the video these cards are fully responsive to mobile devices also. When you open these cards on your mobile devices, it will automatically adjust their width and height according to the height and width of the device.

If you like this program (Pure CSS Responsive Cards Design with Hover Effect) and their hover effect and want to get the source codes of these cards. You can easily get from the download link which is given below.

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Responsive Cards with Hover Effect HTML & CSS [Source Codes]

As always, before sharing the codes of this program (Pure CSS Responsive Cards Design with Hover Effect). Let's a few talks about this program. As you can see in the video, first I created a div tag with the class name cards and placed all tags inside it. Then I created another div tag with the class name content and placed all cards content inside it. Then, I pasted this whole content three times to create three cards.

I used font awesome icons to show Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube icons in the cards. And, I create anchor tag <a> to create read more button. The anchor tag provides a href attribute which helps to redirect the user to a particular website when he clicked.

There are many things I left. Because I can't say all things in writing. I'm just talking about the main codes of this program. But, don't worry you'll understand all codes and programs after getting the source code of these Cards.

To create this program (Pure CSS Responsive Cards Design with Hover Effect). First, you need to create two Files one HTML File and another one is CSS File. After creating these files just paste these following codes in your file.

HTML FILE:

CSS FILE:


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  1. Which IDE or Editor do you use in videos?

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    1. I'm using Atom..Check that video description I have already made a video about it.

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