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Creating Colorful, Smart Shadows


A bona fide CSS trick from Kirupa Chinnathambi here. To match a colored shadow with the colors in the background-image of an element, you inherit the background in a pseudo-element, kick it behind the original, then blur and filter it. … The post Creating Colorful, Smart Shadows appeared...

Shinra Electric Power Company Decides To Tweet Through It


The power utility, consumer electronics manufacturer, and private security force Shinra has taken to social media to respond directly to critics who have accused the tech oligopoly of exploiting workers, impoverishing local residents, and generally doing crimes against the planet.Read more

Valve Bans 'Very Positive' Developer For Trying To Trick Steam Users


Emoji Evolution is a puzzle game on Steam about combining weird symbols. Or at least it was: Valve recently removed it from the storefront and banned its creator’s developer account after apparently discovering how they were exploiting Steam’s layout to try to trick people into playing...

Creating CSS Shapes with Emoji


CSS Shapes is a standard that lets us create geometric shapes over floated elements that cause the inline contents — usually text — around those elements to wrap along the specified shapes. Such a shaped flow of text looks good in editorial designs or designs that work with text-heavy contents...

Changing Emoji Skin Tones Programmatically


So, you know how many emoji have different skin tones? Emoji skin tones are extremely popular, especially over text and on social media. The raised black fist emoji (✊🏿) was voted “The Most 2020 Emoji” by Emojipedia’s World Emoji Awards. Each tone is a modifier and many emoji...

Excluding Emojis From Transparent Text Clipping


CSS-Tricks has this pretty cool way of styling hovered links. By default, the text is a fairly common blue. But hover of the links, and they’re filled with a linear gradient. 😍 Pretty neat, right? And the trick isn’t all that complicated. On hover… give the link a linear...

Emojis as Icons


There are lots of unicode symbols that make pretty good icons already, like arrows (←), marks (✘), and objects (✂︎).You can already colorize these like a normal font glyph. Then, there are emojis, those full-color suckers we all know about. What if you could take just the shape of an emoji...

It All Started With Emoji: Color Typography on the Web


“Typography on the web is in single color: characters are either black or red, never black and red …Then emoji hit the scene, became part of Unicode, and therefore could be expressed by characters — or “glyphs” in font terminology. The smiley, levitating businessman and the infamous pile...

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