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So you want to self-publish books and courses on programming


John Resig and I recently self-published our book on GraphQL. There are tons of how-tos for self-publishing a book, or even online classes, but very little in the way of why you would want to, or whether it’s even worth … The post So you want to self-publish books and courses on programming...

Developer-Friendly Passwordless Auth


I’d wager to say that most websites that are business-minded have accounts. A way to log into them. Social media sites, eCommerce sites, CMS systems, you name it, having accounts people log into is at the heart of them. So… … The post Developer-Friendly Passwordless Auth appeared...

Safari 15 Opinions


It was interesting that when Safari 15 was dropping at this last WWDC, in my circles at least, I mostly heard enthusiasm. Like the colors-in-the-browser-controls stuff was a neat trick and fun to play with. And there were other … The post Safari 15 Opinions appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

Using Absolute Value, Sign, Rounding and Modulo in CSS Today


For quite a while now, the CSS spec has included a lot of really useful mathematical functions, such as trigonometric functions (sin(), cos(), tan(), asin(), acos(), atan(), atan2()), exponential functions (… The post Using Absolute Value, Sign, Rounding and Modulo in CSS Today appeared...

Learnings From a WebPageTest Session on CSS-Tricks


I got together with Tim Kadlec from over at WebPageTest the other day to use do a bit of performance testing on CSS-Tricks. Essentially use the tool, poke around, and identify performance pain points to work on. You can watch … The post Learnings From a WebPageTest Session on CSS-Tricks...

ES2021 Features


Hemanth HM very succinctly shows off ES2021 features. Gosh it doesn’t feel like that long ago that all we could talk about is ES2015, and now that’s over a half-decade behind us. New things include “arbitrarily chuck underscores in numbers.” … The post ES2021 Features...

CSS Logical Properties and Values


Now that cross-browser support is at a tipping point, it’s a good time to take a look at logical properties and values. If you’re creating a website in multiple languages, logical properties and values are incredibly useful. Even if you’re … The post CSS Logical Properties...

Demystifying styled-components


 Joshua Comeau digs into how styled-components works by re-building the basics. A fun and useful journey. styled-components seems like the biggest player in the CSS-in-React market. Despite being in that world, I haven’t yet been fully compelled by it. I’m … The post...

Web Features That May Not Work As You’d Expect


As the web gets more and more capable, developers are able to make richer online experiences. There are times, however, where some new web capabilities may not work as you would expect in the interest of usability, security and privacy.… The post Web Features That May Not Work As You’d...

Organize your CSS declarations alphabetically


Eric, again not mincin’ no words with blog post titles. This is me: The most common CSS declaration organization technique I come across is none whatsoever. Almost none, anyway. I tend to group them by whatever dumps out of my … The post Organize your CSS declarations alphabetically...

Using Google Drive as a CMS


We’re going to walk through the technical process of hooking into Google Drive’s API to source content on a website. We’ll examine the step-by-step implementation, as well as how to utilize server-side caching to avoid the major pitfalls to avoid … The post Using Google Drive as a...

Hashnode: A Blogging Platform for Developers


Hashnode is a free platform for developer blogging. Say you’ve just finished an ambitious project and want to write about 10 important lessons you’ve learned as a developer during it. You should definitely blog it—I love that kind of blog post, myself. Making a jump into the technical debt...

Yet Another Mobile Context Menu With No Indication it Can Scroll


Remember Tyler Hall’s personal story of a UX moment where the popup sharing context menu on iOS had no visible indication that the content inside was scrollable? The thing his mom wanted to do seemed impossible iOS isn’t alone here … The post Yet Another Mobile Context Menu With...

ECMAScript proposal: JSON modules


Dr. Axel Rauschmayer looks at JSON modules, which is already live in Chrome 91 (but nothing else). It looks just like an ES Modules-style import, only you asset the type at the end. import configData from './config-data.json' assert {type: … The post ECMAScript proposal: JSON modules...

A Step-By-Step Process for Turning Designs Into Code


Turning website design files into a combination of HTML, CSS and JavaScript is the bread and butter of many front-end web development jobs, but there’s a part of this work that doesn’t neatly fit in to tutorials on any specific … The post A Step-By-Step Process for Turning Designs Into Code...

Typewriter Animation That Handles Anything You Throw at It


I watched Kevin Powell’s video where he was able to recreate a nice typewriter-like animation using CSS. It’s neat and you should definitely check it out because there are bonafide CSS tricks in there. I’m sure you’ve seen other CSS … The post Typewriter Animation That Handles Anything...

Images are hard.


Putting images on websites is incredibly simple, yes? Actually, yes, it is. You use <img> and link it to a valid source in the href attribute and you’re done. Except that there are (counts fingers) 927 things you could (and … The post Images are hard. appeared first...

Practical Use Cases for Scroll-Linked Animations in CSS with Scroll Timelines


The Scroll-Linked Animations specification is an upcoming and experimental addition to CSS. Using the @scroll-timeline at-rule and animation-timeline property this specification provides you can control the time position of regular CSS Animations by scrolling. In this post, we take a … The...

WordPress Admin Warnings in the Block Editor


We sent out an email the other week that ultimately had a <video> in the HTML markup. We send the newsletter by creating it here in the WordPress block editor, which is fetched through RSS-to-Mailchimp. Mailchimp dutifully sent it out, … The post WordPress Admin Warnings in the Block...

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