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The Things I Add to Tailwind CSS Right Out of the Box


In every project where I use Tailwind CSS, I end up adding something to it. Some of these things I add in every single project. I’ll share these with you, but I’m also curious what y’all are adding to … The post The Things I Add to Tailwind CSS Right Out of the Box appeared first...

Ensuring the correct vertical position of large text


Tobi Reif notes how the position of custom fonts set at very large font sizes can be super different, even in the same browser across operating systems. The solution? Well, you know how there are certain CSS properties that only … The post Ensuring the correct vertical position of large text...

How We Improved the Accessibility of Our Single Page App Menu


I recently started working on a Progressive Web App (PWA) for a client with my team. We’re using React with client-side routing via React Router, and one of the first elements that we made was the main menu. Menus … The post How We Improved the Accessibility of Our Single Page App Menu...

Teaching Web Dev for Free is Good Business


It feels like a trend (and a smart one) for tech platforms to invest in really high-quality learning material for their platform. Let’s have a gander. Webflow University Surely Webflow is thinking: if people invest in learning Webflow, they’ll be … The post Teaching Web Dev...

A DRY Approach to Color Themes in CSS


The other day, Florens Verschelde asked about defining dark mode styles for both a class and a media query, without repeat CSS custom properties declarations. I had run into this issue in the past but hadn’t come up with a … The post A DRY Approach to Color Themes in CSS appeared first...

Hiding Content Responsibly


We’ve covered the idea of hiding things in CSS many times here, the most recent post being Marko Ilic’s “Comparing Various Ways to Hide Things in CSS” which did a nice job of comparing different techniques which you’d use in different … The post Hiding...

React Component Tests for Humans


React component tests should be interesting, straightforward, and easy for a human to build and maintain. Yet, the current state of the testing library ecosystem is not sufficient to motivate developers to write consistent JavaScript tests for React components. Testing … The post React...

Getting Deep into Shadows


Let’s talk shadows in web design. Shadows add texture, perspective, and emphasize the dimensions of objects. In web design, using light and shadow can add physical realism and can be used to make rich, tactile interfaces. Take the landing page … The post Getting Deep into Shadows appeared...

To the brain, reading computer code is not the same as reading language


One of the things I do when teaching beginning front-end development is ask students to describe what it’s like to read HTML. I give them pretty basic markup for a long-form article, and ask them to read it twice: first … The post To the brain, reading computer code is not the same...

Clipping Scrollable Areas On The inline-start Side


On a default left-to-right web page, “hanging” an element off the right side of the page (e.g. position: absolute; right: -100px;) triggers a horizontal scrollbar that scrolls as far as needed to make that whole element visible. But if … The post Clipping Scrollable Areas On...

Three Ways to Blob with CSS and SVG


Blobs are the smooth, random, jelly-like shapes that have a whimsical quality and are just plain fun. They can be used as illustration elements and background effects on the web. So, how are they made? Just crack open an illustration … The post Three Ways to Blob with CSS and SVG appeared...

Mistakes I’ve Made as an Engineering Manager


I’ve been a manager for many years at companies of different scale. Through these experiences, I’ve done my share of learning, and made some mistakes along that way that were important lessons for me. I want to share those with … The post Mistakes I’ve Made as an Engineering Manager...

Let’s Create a Custom Audio Player


HTML has a built-in native audio player interface that we get simply using the <audio> element. Point it to a sound file and that’s all there is to it. We even get to specify multiple files for better browser support, … The post Let’s Create a Custom Audio Player appeared first...

You want…


I’ve been enjoying these little “You want…” style posts. Post titles like that are a little more… forceful for my normal taste, but I like the spirit of sharing a best practice that perhaps isn’t well-known-enough. Killian started it with … The post...

CSS Switch-Case Conditions


CSS is yet to have a switch rule or conditional if, aside from the specific nature of @media queries and some deep trickery with CSS custom properties. Let’s have a look at why it would be useful if we … The post CSS Switch-Case Conditions appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support...

How to Create a Shrinking Header on Scroll Without JavaScript


Imagine a header of a website that is nice and thick, with plenty of padding on top and bottom of the content. As you scroll down, it shrinks up on itself, reducing some of that padding, making more screen real … The post How to Create a Shrinking Header on Scroll Without JavaScript appeared...

Netlify


High five to Netlify for the ❥ sponsorship. Netlify is a great place to host your static (or not-so-static!) website because of the great speed, DX, pricing, and feature set. I’ve thought of Netlify a bunch of times just in … The post Netlify appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

Using AbortController as an Alternative for Removing Event Listeners


The idea of an “abortable” fetch came to life in 2017 when AbortController was released. That gives us a way to bail on an API request initiated by fetch() — even multiple calls — whenever we want. Here’s a super … The post Using AbortController as an Alternative for Removing Event Listeners...

Front-End Dissatisfaction (and Backing Off)


Asko Nõmm reached a breaking point with front end: I want to have a personal life and not have to spend my nights reading up on some new flavour of *.js in fear that if I don’t I would soon … The post Front-End Dissatisfaction (and Backing Off) appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

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