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A Crash Course in WordPress Block Filters


Blocks in WordPress are great. Drop some into the page, arrange them how you like, and you’ve got a pretty sweet landing page with little effort. But what if the default blocks in WordPress need a little tweaking? Like, what … The post A Crash Course in WordPress Block Filters appeared first...

Are Custom Properties a “Menu of What Will Change”?


PPK laid out an interesting situation in “Two options for using custom properties” where he and Stefan Judis had two different approaches for doing the same thing with custom properties. In one approach, hover and focus styles for a … The post Are Custom Properties a “Menu...

Code blocks, but better


Pedro Duarte made a wishlist for styled code blocks in blog posts and documentation, then hand-rolls a perfect solution for that wishlist. For example, a feature to be able to highlight certain lines or words within the code block. The … The post Code blocks, but better appeared first...

Front-End Testing is For Everyone


Testing is one of those things that you either get super excited about or kinda close your eyes and walk away. Whichever camp you fall into, I’m here to tell you that front-end testing is for everyone. In fact, … The post Front-End Testing is For Everyone appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

Jetpack Boost Handles Critical CSS For You


Critical CSS is one of those things I see in my performance reports but always seem to ignore. I know what it means. It means to put only the CSS required to render things immediately visible in a <style>… The post Jetpack Boost Handles Critical CSS For You appeared first...

Serverless Functions: The Secret to Ultra-Productive Front-End Teams


Modern apps place high demands on front-end developers. Web apps require complex functionality, and the lion’s share of that work is falling to front-end devs: building modern, accessible user interfaces creating interactive elements and complex animations managing complex application...

Local: Always Getting Better


I’ve been using Local for ages. Four years ago, I wrote about how I got all my WordPress sites running locally on it. I just wanted to give it another high five because it’s still here and still great. In … The post Local: Always Getting Better appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

Dynamic Favicons for WordPress


Typically, a single favicon is used across a whole domain. But there are times you wanna step it up with different favicons depending on context. A website might change the favicon to match the content being viewed. Or a site … The post Dynamic Favicons for WordPress appeared first...

To $ or Not to $: Displaying Terminal Code Snippets


It’s very popular to put a $ on lines that are intended to be a command in code documentation that involves the terminal (i.e. the command line). Like this: $ brew install somepackage The point of that is that it … The post To $ or Not to $: Displaying Terminal Code Snippets appeared...

How to Show Images on Click


Most images on the web are superfluous. If I might be a jerk for a bit, 99% of them aren’t event that helpful at all (although there are rare exceptions). That’s because images don’t often complement the text they’re … The post How to Show Images on Click appeared first...

Awesome Standalone (Web Components)


In his last An Event Apart talk, Dave made a point that it’s really only just about right now that Web Components are becoming a practical choice for production web development. For example, it has only been about a year … The post Awesome Standalone (Web Components) appeared first...

Links on Web Components


How we use Web Components at GitHub — Kristján Oddsson talks about how GitHub is using web components. I remember they were very early adopters, and it says here they released a <relative-time> component in 2014! Now they’ve got a … The post Links on Web Components appeared...

A Thorough Analysis of CSS-in-JS


Wondering what’s even more challenging than choosing a JavaScript framework? You guessed it: choosing a CSS-in-JS solution. Why? Because there are more than 50 libraries out there, each of them offering a unique set of features. We tested 10 different … The post A Thorough Analysis...

What I Learned Building a Word Game App With Nuxt on Google Play


I fell in love with coding the moment I created my first CSS :hover effect. Years later, that initial bite into interactivity on the web led me to a new goal: making a game. Table of contents What’s the game … The post What I Learned Building a Word Game App With Nuxt on Google Play...

Links on Performance


Making GitHub’s new homepage fast and performant — Tobias Ahlin describes how the scrolling effects are done more performantly thanks to IntersectionObserver and the fact that it avoids the use of methods that trigger reflows, like getBoundingClientRect. Also, … The post Links...

Wrangling Control Over PDFs with the Adobe PDF Embed API


By our last estimate, there are now more PDFs in the world than atoms in the universe (not verified by outside sources) so chances are, from time to time, you’re going to run into a PDF document or two. Browsers … The post Wrangling Control Over PDFs with the Adobe PDF Embed...

Svelte for the Experienced React Dev


This post is an accelerated introduction to Svelte from the point of view of someone with solid experience with React. I’ll provide a quick introduction, and then shift focus to things like state management and DOM interoperability, among other things. … The post Svelte for the Experienced...

JSON in CSS


Jonathan Neal tweeted a heck of a little CSS trick the other day, putting JSON inside CSS and plucking it out with JavaScript. Valid values for custom properties are quite liberal! So this looks for a CSS rule (e.g. a … The post JSON in CSS appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support...

Can We Create a “Resize Hack” With Container Queries?


If you follow new developments in CSS, you’ve likely heard of the impending arrival of container queries. We’re going to look at the basics here, but if you’d like another look, check out Una’s “Next Gen CSS: @container” article. … The post Can We Create a “Resize Hack” With...

Notion API


The Public Beta of the Notion API dropped! Woot! Here’s their guide. I’ve been a Notion user and fan for a long time, for both personal and professional team use. They even sponsored a few videos around here a … The post Notion API appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You can support...

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