Monitor Your SEO Placement with SEObase (Sponsored)


Search engine optimization is big business; both SEO experts and their customers want to track the effectiveness of their keywords, campaigns, and competition. To get and measure those results, however, you need the right tooling monitor those results. SEObase is an awesome tool for doing just that...

Creating an Editable Textarea That Supports Syntax-Highlighted Code


When I was working on a project that needed an editor component for source code, I really wanted a way to have that editor highlight the syntax its typed. There are projects like this, like CodeMirror, Ace, and … The post Creating an Editable Textarea That Supports Syntax-Highlighted Code...

Not Your Typical Horizontal Rules


The default browser style for <hr> is so weird. It’s basically: border-style: inset; border-width: 1px; The default border-color is black, but the border doesn’t actually look black, because the inset border “adds a split tone to the line … The post Not Your Typical...

Flash of inAccurate coloR Theme (FART)


There is a lot to think about when implementing a dark mode theme on a website. We have a huge guide on it. There are some very clever quick wins out there, but there are also some quite tricky things … The post Flash of inAccurate coloR Theme (FART) appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

The Importance of Career Laddering


The title of this article is misleading. It’s not actually very important for an Engineering Manager to use career laddering, per se, or my process. It is, however, very important that an Engineering Manager is clear with their employees… The post The Importance of Career Laddering appeared...

How to Build a FullStack Serverless HN Clone With Svelte and Fauna


Svelte is a free and open-source front end JavaScript framework that enables developers to build highly performant applications with smaller application bundles. Svelte also empowers developers with its awesome developer experience. Svelte provides a different approach to building web apps...

Collective #657


Natto * Glob Editor * Frontend Toolkit * Say Hello To CSS Container Queries The post Collective #657 appeared first on Codrops

Generating (and Solving!) Sudokus in CSS


I love to make CSS do stuff it shouldn’t. It’s the type of problem-solving brain training you’d get building a calculator in Minecraft, except you probably won’t get a job working with Minecraft Redstone no matter how good you … The post Generating (and Solving!) Sudokus in CSS appeared...

Building a Settings Component


This is a tremendous CSS-focused tutorial from Adam Argyle. I really like the “just for gap” concept here. Grid is extremely powerful, but you don’t have to use all its abilities every time you reach for it. Here, Adam … The post Building a Settings Component appeared first...

Building a Settings Component


This is a tremendous CSS-focused tutorial from Adam Argyle. I really like the “just for gap” concept here. Grid is extremely powerful, but you don’t have to use all its abilities every time you reach for it. Here, Adam … The post Building a Settings Component appeared first...

Going “Meta GSAP”: The Quest for “Perfect” Infinite Scrolling


I‘m not sure how this one came about. But, it‘s a story. This article is more about grokking a concept, one that’s going to help you think about your animations in a different way. It so happens that this particular … The post Going “Meta GSAP”: The Quest for “Perfect” Infinite Scrolling...

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