2021 Scroll Survey Report


Here’s a common thought and question: how do browsers prioritize what they work on? We get little glimpses of it sometimes. We’re told to “star issues” in bug trackers to signal interest. We’re told to get involved in GitHub threads … The post 2021 Scroll Survey...

kbar


It’s not every day that a new pattern emerges across the web, but I think cmd + k is here to stay. It’s a keyboard shortcut that usually pops open a search UI and it lets you toggle settings on … The post kbar appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter

An Intro to JavaScript Proxy


Have you ever been in a situation where you wish you could have some control over the values in an object or array? Maybe you wanted to prevent certain types of data or even validate the data before storing it … The post An Intro to JavaScript Proxy appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

On the `dl`


Blogging about HTML elements¹? *chefs kiss* Here’s Ben Myers on the (aptly described) “underrated” Definition List (<dl>) element in HTML: You might have also seen lists of name–value pairs to describe lodging amenities, or to list … The post On the `dl` appeared...

Building a Form in PHP Using DOMDocument


Learn how to build an HTML form in PHP using DOMDocument — a structured and expressive way to build logical markup. The post Building a Form in PHP Using DOMDocument appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support CSS-Tricks by being an MVP Supporter

Jamstack Conf 2021


(This is a sponsored post.) What? Jamstack Conf! It’s the best! Learn what’s happening and what’s next for this hot ecosystem. When? October 6–7, 2021 Where? Virtual / online. How much? It’s free! There are workshops as well though, … The post Jamstack Conf 2021...

Grainy Gradients


Browse through Dribbble or Behance, and you’ll find designers using a simple technique to add texture to an image: noise. Adding noise makes otherwise solid colors or smooth gradients, such as shadows, more realistic. But despite designers’ affinity for texture, … The post Grainy Gradients...

Social Image Generator + Jetpack


I feel like my quest to make sure this site had pretty sweet (and automatically-generated) social media images (e.g. Open Graph) came to a close once I found Social Image Generator. The trajectory there was that I ended up … The post Social Image Generator + Jetpack appeared first...

“Just in Time” CSS


I believe acss.io is the first usage of “Atomic CSS” where the point of it is to be a compiler. You write CSS like this: <div class="C(#fff) P(20px)"text </div And it will generate CSS like: .C\(\#333\) { color: #333; … The post “Just in Time” CSS appeared...

Fun Times Styling Checkbox States


We might leave a text input unstyled. We might leave a link unstyled. Even a button. But checkboxes… we don’t leave them alone. That’s why styling checkboxes never gets old. Although designing checkboxes is not that complicated, we also don’t … The post Fun Times Styling Checkbox States...

EyeDropper API Dropped


I had no idea this was coming but it’s pretty neat! Chrome has shipped the EyeDropper API in v95 (Canary, as I write). ???? Loving the new `EyeDropper` Web API: “`jsawait new EyeDropper().open();// Returns the picked color, e.g., … The post EyeDropper API Dropped appeared...

Frameworks Helping Image Usage


I recently blogged about how images are hard and it ended up being a big ol’ checklist of things that you could/should think about and implement when placing images on websites. I think it’s encouraging to see frameworks — these … The post Frameworks Helping Image Usage appeared...

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