Improving Icons for UI Elements with Typographic Alignment and Scale


Utilizing icons in user interface elements is helpful. In addition to element labeling, icons can help reinforce a user element’s intention to users. But I have to say, I notice a bit of icon misalignment while browsing the web. Even … Improving Icons for UI Elements with Typographic...

Creating Style Variations in WordPress Block Themes


Global styles, a feature of the block themes, is one of my favorite parts of creating block themes. The concept of global style variations in WordPress were introduced in Gutenberg 12.5 which would allow theme authors to create alternate … Creating Style Variations in WordPress Block Themes...

Cool Hover Effects That Use CSS Text Shadow


In my last article we saw how CSS background properties allow us to create cool hover effects. This time, we will focus on the CSS text-shadow property to explore even more interesting hovers. You are probably wondering how adding shadow … Cool Hover Effects That Use CSS Text Shadow...

Collective #711


Motion DevTools * Voby * State of CSS 2022 * Learn CSS Subgrid * Markdoc The post Collective #711 appeared first on Codrops

A CSS Slinky in 3D? Challenge Accepted!


Braydon Coyer recently launched a monthly CSS art challenge. He actually had reached out to me about donating a copy of my book Move Things with CSS to use as a prize for the winner of the challenge — … A CSS Slinky in 3D? Challenge Accepted! originally published on CSS-Tricks. You should...

COLRv1 and CSS font-palette: Web Typography Gets Colorful


According to Toshi Omagari, the author of Arcade Game Typography, the world’s first multi-colored digital font was created in 1982 for a never-released video game called Insector. Multi-colored fonts, sometimes called chromatic type, are still relatively rare on the … COLRv1 and...

Stack to Content Layout Transition


An experimental layout transition where a stack of images animates to a gallery view, showing some more content. The post Stack to Content Layout Transition appeared first on Codrops

Let’s Create a Tiny Programming Language


By now, you are probably familiar with one or more programming languages. But have you ever wondered how you could create your own programming language? And by that, I mean: A programming language is any set of rules that convert … Let’s Create a Tiny Programming Language originally...

Useful Tools for Creating AVIF Images


AVIF (AV1 Image File Format) is a modern image file format specification for storing images that offer a much more significant file reduction when compared to other formats like JPG, JPEG, PNG, and WebP. Version 1.0.0 of the AVIF specification … Useful Tools for Creating AVIF Images...

Get a Random Array Item with JavaScript


JavaScript Arrays are probably my favorite primitive in JavaScript. You can do all sorts of awesome things with arrays: get unique values, clone them, empty them, etc. What about getting a random value from an array? To get a random item from an array, you can employ Math.random: const arr =...

How to Serve a Subdomain as a Subdirectory


Let’s say you have a website built on a platform that excels at design and it’s available at example.com. But that platform falls short at blogging. So you think to yourself, “What if I could use a different blogging … How to Serve a Subdomain as a Subdirectory originally...

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