Learn From Remix


I’ve built websites that are used by millions of people all over the world. I’ve made more mistakes than I care to count and I’ve had to deal with the repercussions of those mistakes for years thereafter. Through all of …

The Invisible JavaScript Backdoor


An interesting (scary) trick of an nearly undetectable exploit. Wolfgang Ettlinger: What if a backdoor literally cannot be seen and thus evades detection even from thorough code reviews? I’ll post the screenshot of the exploit from the post with the …

Spicy Sections


What if HTML had “tabs”? That would be cool, says I. Dave has been spending some of his time and energy, along with a group of “Tabvengers” from OpenUI, on this. A lot of research leads to a bit …

Test Your Product on a Crappy Laptop


There is a huge and ever-widening gap between the devices we use to make the web and the devices most people use to consume it. It’s also no secret that the average size of a website is huge, and …

Inertia


I’ve always like Jeremy’s categorization of developer tools: I’ve mentioned two categories of tools for web development. I still don’t know quite what to call these categories. Internal and external? Developer-facing and user-facing?The first category covers things like …

Jetpack Licensing for Agencies and Professionals


(This is a sponsored post.) I’ve built WordPress websites for I don’t know how long now, but suffice to say I’ve relied on it for a bulk of the work I do as a freelance front-ender. And in that …

Coloring With Code — A Programmatic Approach To Design


Learn to create beautiful, inspiring, and unique color palettes/combinations, all from the comfort of your favorite text editor! The post Coloring With Code — A Programmatic Approach To Design appeared first on Codrops

How to Use an iPad for WordPress Theme Development


I recently started university and, before buying a MacBook Air (the M1 chips are amazing by the way), I had to use an iPad Pro for class. However, being a Computer Science student meant I had to find a way …

Open Props (and Custom Properties as a System)


Perhaps the most basic and obvious use of CSS custom properties is design tokens. Colors, fonts, spacings, timings, and other atomic bits of design that you can pull from as you design a site. If you pretty much only pull …

hhhelpers


I was just going on about how many awesome little helper sites there are out there, and now I’ve ran across another wonderful little hive of them. Sébastien Noël, under the name fffuel, has created a whole bunch of great …

Reduce Your Website’s Environmental Impact With a Carbon Budget


As I write this, world leaders are gathering in Glasgow for COP26, the international climate change conference, in the attempt to halt (or at least slow down) catastrophic climate change by pledging to end their countries’ dependence on fossil fuels. …

UI Interactions & Animations Roundup #20


A special collection of inspirational UI interaction shots with hot animations. The post UI Interactions & Animations Roundup #20 appeared first on Codrops

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