Easy Stock Market Quotes with marketstack (Sponsored)


The stock market is wild right now, at least in the United States. Between pandemic, political events, and everything else going on, the stock market is one swing after another. There are a host of services that give you stock quotes but I don’t trust them; I feel like they delay information...

An Eleventy Starter with Tailwind CSS and Alpine.js


When I decided to try to base my current personal website on Eleventy, I didn’t want to reinvent the wheel: I tested all the Eleventy starters built with Tailwind CSS that I could find in Starter Projects from the documentation. Many of the starters seemed to integrate Tailwind CSS in...

We need more inclusive web performance metrics


Scott Jehl argues that performance metrics such as First Contentful Paint and Largest Contentful Paint don’t really capture the full picture of everyone’s experience with websites: These metrics are often touted as measures of usability or meaning, but they are not necessarily meaningful...

Automatically Rebase GitHub Pull Requests


Working on an open source project with a thriving contribution community is one of the great joys I have at Mozilla. In leading this charge, I get to meet amazing people of all different skill sets and interests, as well as different points of view. In the end I receive hundreds of pull requests...

Memorize Scroll Position Across Page Loads


Hakim El Hattab tweeted a really nice little UX enhancement for a static site that includes a scrollable sidebar of navigation. ???? If you've got a static site with a scrollable sidebar, it really helps to memorize the scroll position across page loads. (left is default, right memorized)...

Building a Blog with Next.js


In this article, we will use Next.js to build a static blog framework with the design and structure inspired by Jekyll. I’ve always been a big fan of how Jekyll makes it easier for beginners to setup a blog and at the same time also provides a great degree of control over every aspect of...

Frontity is React for WordPress


Some developers just prefer working in React. I don’t blame them really, because I like React too. Maybe that’s what they learned first. I’ve been using it long enough there is just some comfort to it. But mostly it is the strong component model that I like. There is just...

Collective #613


1-Line Layouts * Accordion Rows in CSS Grid * viewBox Newsletter * Knopf.css * WordPress Static Site The post Collective #613 appeared first on Codrops

A little bit of plain Javascript can do a lot


Julia Evans: I decided to implement almost all of the UI by just adding & removing CSS classes, and using CSS transitions if I want to animate a transition. An awful lot of the JavaScript on sites (that aren’t otherwise entirely constructed from JavaScript) is click the thing...

How to Make a List Component with Emotion


I’ve been doing a bit of refactoring this week at Sentry and I noticed that we didn’t have a generic List component that we could use across projects and features. So, I started one, but here’s the rub: we style things at Sentry using Emotion, which I have only passing experience with and...

How to delete all node_modules directories from your computer


Nice tip from Chris Ferdinandi: My node_modules directories contained 50mb of stuff on the small side, and over 200mb of files in some cases. Over a few dozen projects, that really adds up! Two dozen projects with 200 MB worth of node_modules? That’s nearly 5 GB of space for...

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