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Get the Best Domain Name for your New Website


(This is a sponsored post.) If you're on CSS-Tricks, we can probably bet that you're in the process of building a really cool website. You've spent your time creating content, applying appropriate UX design techniques, coding it to perfection, and now you're about ready to launch it to the world. A...

The Real Dark Web


Here’s a wonderful reminder from Charlie Owen that everyone in the web design industry isn’t using the latest and greatest technology. And that’s okay! Charlie writes: Most web developers are working on very "boring" teams. They're producing workhorse products that serve the organisation needs....

Register Now for An Event Apart 2019 in Chicago


(This is a sponsored post.) An Event Apart juuuuust wrapped up its Washington D.C. event yesterday. We hope we got to see you at the event but if not, perhaps we'll see you at the next one happening Aug. 28-28 in Chicago. Why would you go, you might ask? It's three days of experts imparting their...

A More Accessible Portals Demo


The point of the <portal> element (behind a flag in Chrome Canary) is that you can preload another whole page (like <iframe>), but then have APIs to animate it to the current page. So "Single Page App"-like functionality (SPA), but natively. I think that's pretty cool. I'm a fan...

Intrinsically Responsive CSS Grid with minmax() and min()


The most famous line of code to have come out of CSS grid so far is: grid-template-columns: repeat(auto-fill, minmax(10rem, 1fr)); Without any media queries, that will set up a grid container that has a flexible number of columns. The columns will stretch a little, until there is enough room...

The Simplest Way to Load CSS Asynchronously


Scott Jehl: One of the most impactful things we can do to improve page performance and resilience is to load CSS in a way that does not delay page rendering. That’s because by default, browsers will load external CSS synchronously—halting all page rendering while the CSS is downloaded...

Lessons Learned from a Year of Testing the Web Platform


Mike Pennisi: The web-platform-tests project is a massive suite of tests (over one million in total) which verify that software (mostly web browsers) correctly implement web technologies. It’s as important as it is ambitious: the health of the web depends on a plurality of interoperable...

Getting design system customization just right


I had a little rant in me a few months ago about design systems: "Who Are Design Systems For?" My main point was that there are so many public and open source ones out there that choosing one can feel like choosing new furniture for your house. You just measure up what you need and what you like...

The Guardian digital design system


Here’s a fascinating look at The Guardian’s design system with a step-by-step breakdown of what's gone into it and what options are available to designers and developers. It shows us how the team treats colors, typography, layouts, and visual cues like rules and borders. I’ve been struggling...

QuarkChain Partners With Chainlink For Advancing Blockchain App Industry


As per the latest reports, QuarkChain has formed a partnership with Chainlink to integrate its prominent oracle technology into its flexible and high throughput sharding technology. The integration will help them provide the developers as well as enterprises with an enhanced experience when...

Bytom has Chosen Chainlink as its New Oracle Service Provider


Chainlink’s oracle system’s efficiency is not hidden from anyone. Their oracle system offers smart contracts that are based on decentralized oracles. The presence of decentralized oracles leads to various features that include establishing a good and solid connection with important off-chain...

What I Like About Vue


Dave Rupert digs into some of his favorite Vue features and one particular issue that he has with React: I’ve come to realize one thing I don’t particularly like about React is jumping into a file, reading the top for the state, jumping to the bottom to find the render function, then following...

Unsuck It


Julia Carrie Wong and Matthew Cantor's How to speak Silicon Valley: 53 essential tech-bro terms explained was pretty hilarious. A little something in there to offend everyone. Speaking of kinda douchey words, I'm reminded of one of my favorite sites on the internet: Unsuck It. Not only does...

So, you think you’ve got project management nailed down


(This is a sponsored post.) Who needs a project manager? You're an organized person who can keep track of your own work, right? Wrong. Well, wrong if you're part of a team. The thing about being self-organized is that it's related to project management but not synonymous with it. Case in point:...

Chainlink Price Analysis: Chainlink Eyes a Storm to Breach the All-time High


Chainlink has shown six major price swings in the last 24 hours. The target for 2019 should be fixed at 4.5 USD. Chainlink has been stable for the larger part of the past few days. But the growth it got towards the end of June was enormous, and it has been getting huge attention from … The...

Developing a robust font loading strategy for CSS-Tricks


Zach Leatherman worked closely with Chris to figure out the font loading strategy for this very website you're reading. Zach walks us through the design in this write-up and shares techniques that can be applied to other projects. Spoiler alert: Font loading is a complex and important part of...

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