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inherit, initial, unset, revert


There are four keywords that are valid values for any CSS property (see the title). Of those, day to day, I’d say I see the inherit used the most. Perhaps because it’s been around the longest (I think?) but also … The post inherit, initial, unset, revert appeared first...

Using Custom Elements in Svelte


Svelte fully supports custom elements (e.g. <my-component>) without any custom configuration or wrapper components and has a perfect score on Custom Elements Everywhere. However, there are still a few quirks you need to watch out for, especially around … The post Using Custom...

How to Create CSS Charts With Interesting Shapes, Glyphs and Emoji


Let’s forego the usual circles and bars we typically see used in charts for more eccentric shapes. With online presentations more and more common today, a quick way to spruce up your web slides and make them stand out is … The post How to Create CSS Charts With Interesting Shapes, Glyphs...

Using the `outline` Property as a Collapsable Border


The outline property in CSS draws a line around the outside of an element. This is quite similar to the border property, the main exception being that outline isn’t a part of the box model. It is often used for … The post Using the `outline` Property as a Collapsable Border appeared first...

Links on Typography


I studied the fonts of the top 1000 websites. Here’s what I learned. — Michael Li brings the data. San-serif has total dominance. “[…] it is rare to go below 10px or above 24px.” And poor <h5> always being the … The post Links on Typography appeared first...

Perfect Tooltips With CSS Clipping and Masking


Clipping and masking have been around for a while now in CSS and even have pretty decent browser support. I recently worked on a project that needed to use a clipping technique for tooltips showing above links in text. Those … The post Perfect Tooltips With CSS Clipping and Masking appeared...

Start Serving Optimized Images in Vue


Images have become extremely important to the effectiveness of websites. They speak a 1000 words, attract attention, and stimulate emotions. However, web performance is also a growing problem for most websites. And images are at the heart of many web … The post Start Serving Optimized Images...

Inline Styles as Classes (lol)


If you’re abhorred by using inline styles, just move that style to the class attribute! And then make sure you have CSS in place that, ya know, does what it says on the box. I've revolutionized CSS. pic.twitter.com/1AWCldyCwP — Sam … The post Inline Styles as Classes (lol)...

How I Used the WAAPI to Build an Animation Library


The Web Animations API lets us construct animations and control their playback with JavaScript. The API opens the browser’s animation engine to developers and was designed to underlie implementations of both CSS animations and transitions, leaving the door open to … The post How I Used...

Detect Unused Classes in… HTML


Usually, when “unused” comes up in conversation regarding CSS, it’s about removing chunks of CSS that are not used in your site or, at least, the styles not currently in use on a specific page. The minimal amount of CSS … The post Detect Unused Classes in… HTML...

Just How Niche is Headless WordPress?


I wonder where headless WordPress will land. And by “headless” I mean only using the WordPress admin and building out the user-facing site through the WordPress REST API rather than the traditional WordPress theme structure. Is it… big? The future … The post Just How Niche...

Making Tables With Sticky Header and Footers Got a Bit Easier


It wasn’t long ago when I looked at sticky headers and footers in HTML <table>s in the blog post A table with both a sticky header and a sticky first column. In it, I never used position: sticky on … The post Making Tables With Sticky Header and Footers Got a Bit Easier...

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXX


Just a little link roundup of some off-site stuff I’ve done recently. As I’m wont to do from time to time. DevJourney Podcast #151 Chris Coyier from ceramics to CSS-Tricks and CodePen‘ Chris took us from playing on … The post CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXX appeared first...

Securing Your Website With Subresource Integrity


When you load a file from an external server, you’re trusting that the content you request is what you expect it to be. Since you don’t manage the server yourself, you’re relying on the security of yet another third party … The post Securing Your Website With Subresource Integrity appeared...

Safari 15: New UI, Theme Colors, and… a CSS-Tricks Cameo!


There’s a 33-minute video (and resources) over on apple.com covering the upcoming Safari changes we saw in the WWDC keynote this year in much more detail. Look who’s got a little cameo in there: Perhaps the most noticeable thing there … The post Safari 15: New UI, Theme Colors...

The Possibilities of Syndication


That’s the one word that isn’t an adjective in the acronym RSS. Really Simple Syndication. RSS isn’t just about RSS readers. Even though, gosh if I don’t love RSS readers. It’s about putting content in a format that is … The post The Possibilities...

Adding Shadows to SVG Icons With CSS and SVG Filters


Why would we need to apply shadows to SVG? Shadows are a common design feature that can help elements, like icons, stand out. They could be persistent, or applied in different states (e.g. :hover, :focus, or :active) … The post Adding Shadows to SVG Icons With CSS and SVG Filters appeared...

Put a Background on Open Details Elements


One thing that can be just a smidge funky about the <details> element is that, when open, it’s not always 100% clear what is inside that element and what isn’t. I’m not saying that always matters or that it’s a … The post Put a Background on Open Details...

Equal Columns With Flexbox: It’s More Complicated Than You Might Think


As awesome as flexbox is, what it’s doing under the hood is actually a little strange because, by default, it is doing two things at once. It first looks at the content size which is what we would get if by declaring width: max-content on an element. But on top of that, flex-shrink is also doing...

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