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Adding Box Shadows to WordPress Blocks and Elements


The CSS box-shadow and outline properties gained theme.json support in WordPress 6.1. Let's look at a few examples of how it works in real themes, and what options we have to apply these styles to WordPress blocks and elements. Adding Box Shadows to WordPress Blocks and Elements originally...

Does WWW still belong in URLs?


For years, a small pedantry war has been raging in our address bars. In one corner are brands like Google, Instagram, and Facebook. This group has chosen to redirect example.com to www.example.com. In the opposite corner: … Does WWW still belong in URLs? originally published on CSS-Tricks...

CSS Infinite and Circular Rotating Image Slider


Image sliders (also called carousels) are everywhere. There are a lot of CSS tricks to create the common slider where the images slide from left to right (or the opposite). It’s the same deal with the many JavaScript libraries out … CSS Infinite and Circular Rotating Image Slider originally...

Digging Deeper Into Container Style Queries


I wrote up some early thoughts on container style queries a little while back. It’s still early days. They’re already defined in the CSS Containment Module Level 1 specification (currently in Editor’s Draft status) but there’s still a couple of … Digging Deeper Into...

Using The New Constrained Layout In WordPress Block Themes


One of the main goals of the WordPress Site Editor (and, yes, that is now the “official” name) is to move basic block styling from CSS to structured JSON. JSON files are machine-readable, which makes it consumable by … Using The New Constrained Layout In WordPress Block Themes originally...

More Than “Slapping Paint on a Website”


I’m a sucker for anything about front-end job titles. Anselm Hannemann: CSS evolved and we’re beyond the point where everyone can just do it as a side interest. We all can learn it and build amazing stuff with it, … More Than “Slapping Paint on a Website” originally...

Newer Things to Know About Good Ol’ HTML Lists


HTML lists are boring. They don’t do much, so we don’t really think about them despite how widely used they are. And we’re still able to do the same things we’ve always done to customize them, like removing markers, reversing … Newer Things to Know About Good Ol’ HTML Lists originally...

Apple Messages & Color Contrast


Well, color me this! I was griping to myself last night about just how gosh dang hard it is to read text messages in Apple Messages. You know, not the blue bubbles that you get when messaging other iPhone users. … Apple Messages & Color Contrast originally published on CSS-Tricks, which...

Taming the Cascade With BEM and Modern CSS Selectors


BEM. Like seemingly all techniques in the world of front-end development, writing CSS in a BEM format can be polarizing. But it is – at least in my Twitter bubble – one of the better-liked CSS methodologies. Personally, I think … Taming the Cascade With BEM and Modern CSS Selectors...

Making Static Noise From a Weird CSS Gradient Bug


What I will be doing here is kind of an experiment to explore tricks that leverage a bug with the way CSS gradients handle sub-pixel rendering to create a static noise effect — like you might see on a TV with no signal. Making Static Noise From a Weird CSS Gradient Bug originally published...

Creating a Settings UI for a Custom WordPress Block


So far, we’ve covered how to work with data from an external API in a custom WordPress block. We walked through the process of fetching that data for use on the front end of a WordPress site, and how to … Creating a Settings UI for a Custom WordPress Block originally published on CSS-Tricks...

Finding Front-End Development Scholarships


I’m often asked where to learn web development. The answer varies, of course, and we’ve published a few posts on the topic over the years, the most recent of which was Chris taking a stab at different learning paths in … Finding Front-End Development Scholarships originally...

Behind the CSScenes, November 2022


Is it Fall? Winter? I don’t know, but I woke up with snow in the front yard this morning and felt like it was time to write a little update about what’s been happening around CSS-Tricks this past month, as … Behind the CSScenes, November 2022 originally published on CSS-Tricks...

Classy and Cool Custom CSS Scrollbars: A Showcase


In this article we will be diving into the world of scrollbars. I know, it doesn’t sound too glamorous, but trust me, a well-designed page goes hand-in-hand with a matching scrollbar. The old-fashioned chrome scrollbar just doesn’t fit in as … Classy and Cool Custom CSS Scrollbars:...

CSS Grid and Custom Shapes, Part 3


After Part 1 and Part 2, I am back with a third article to explore more fancy shapes. Like the previous articles, we are going to combine CSS Grid with clipping and masking to create fancy layouts for image … CSS Grid and Custom Shapes, Part 3 originally published on CSS-Tricks, which...

What CSS Do You Absolutely Have to Know in 2022?


Sacha Greif openly wondered whether CSS has gotten to be, you know, too big. With all the goodies that’ve shipped in browsers the past couple of years — container queries! relative color syntax! cascade layers! logical properties… What CSS Do You Absolutely Have to Know in 2022?...

Managing CSS Styles in a WordPress Block Theme


The way we write CSS for WordPress themes is in the midst of sweeping changes. I recently shared a technique for adding fluid type support in WordPress by way of theme.json, a new file that WordPress has been pushing … Managing CSS Styles in a WordPress Block Theme originally published...

A Couple Changes Coming in Chrome 108


“A change to overflow on replaced elements in CSS”: From Chrome 108, the following replaced elements respect the overflow property: img, video and canvas. In earlier versions of Chrome, this property was ignored on these elements. This … A Couple Changes...

The Difference Between Web Sockets, Web Workers, and Service Workers


Web Sockets, Web Workers, Service Workers… these are terms you may have read or overheard. Maybe not all of them, but likely at least one of them. And even if you have a good handle on front-end development, there’s a … The Difference Between Web Sockets, Web Workers, and Service Workers...

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