Resources aren’t requested by CSS, but by the DOM


This is a good tweet from Harry: Simple yet significant thing all developers should keep in mind: CSS resources (fonts, background images) are not requested by your CSS, but by the DOM node that needs them [Note: slight oversimplification, but … The post Resources aren’t requested...

Embracing Asymmetrical Design


I’ll never forget one of Karen McGrane’s great lessons to the world: truncation is not a content strategy. The idea is that just clipping off text programmatically is a sledgehammer, and avoids the kind of real thinking and planning that … The post Embracing Asymmetrical Design...

imba


It’s not every day you see a new processor for building websites that reinvents the syntax for HTML and CSS and JavaScript. That’s what imba is doing. That’s an awful lot of vendor lock-in, but I guess if you get … The post imba appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support...

Exploring the CSS Paint API: Polygon Border


Nowadays, creating complex shapes is an easy task using clip-path, but adding a border to the shapes is always a pain. There is no robust CSS solution and we always need to produce specific “hacky” code for each particular … The post Exploring the CSS Paint API: Polygon Border appeared...

Designing Beautiful Shadows in CSS


My favorite kind of blog post is when someone takes a subject that I’ve spent all of five minutes considering and then says—no!—this is an enormous topic worthy of a dissertation. Look at all the things you can do with … The post Designing Beautiful Shadows in CSS appeared first...

Computer Science Unleashed, Chapter 1: Connections


Humans crave connections, and the advent of the digital revolution has empowered us to be more connected than ever before. The Internet has unleashed upon billions of people unprecedented economic and political freedom, as well as powerful means of control and domination. Yet, the vast majority...

AggregateError


One of the big themes of the web these days is concurrency, which leads to accomplishing tasks asynchronously. In doing so, the possibility of multiple errors can occur. Instead of providing a generic error, optimally you’d provide a wealth of error information. TheAggregateError error lets...

Shadow Roots and Inheritance


There is a helluva gotcha with styling a <details> element, as documented here by Kitty Guiraudel. It’s obscure enough that you might never run into it, but if you do, I could see it being very confusing (it would confuse … The post Shadow Roots and Inheritance appeared first...

Minding the “gap”


You might already know about the CSS gap property. It isn’t exactly new, but it did gain an important new ability last year: it now works in Flexbox in addition to CSS Grid. That, and the fact that I … The post Minding the “gap” appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support...

Collective #679


Doodle Ipsum * W3C Design System * WebGL-Memory * Grainy Gradients * Bonsai The post Collective #679 appeared first on Codrops

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