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Getting Deep into Shadows


Let’s talk shadows in web design. Shadows add texture, perspective, and emphasize the dimensions of objects. In web design, using light and shadow can add physical realism and can be used to make rich, tactile interfaces. Take the landing page … The post Getting Deep into Shadows appeared...

Simulating Drop Shadows with the CSS Paint API


Ask a hundred front-end developers, and most, if not all, of them will have used the box-shadow property in their careers. Shadows are enduringly popular, and can add an elegant, subtle effect if used properly. But shadows occupy a strange … The post Simulating Drop Shadows with the...

The Original Fire Emblem Is A Weird Game For The Switch To End Its Year On


I’ve spent the last week, in odd moments here and there, helping Fire Emblem’s Prince Marth search for a legendary sword and defeat the forces of darkness to rescue his kingdom from an evil wizard. Throughout all of it, in good times and bad, one question kept bubbling up to the surface: why?Read...

Creating Playful Effects With CSS Text Shadows


Let’s have a look at how we can use the CSS text-shadow property to create truly 3D-looking text. You might think of text-shadow as being able to apply blurred, gradient-looking color behind text, and you would be right! But just like box-shadow, you can control how blurred the shadow is, including...

Bitfinex ‘Copycat’ Lawsuit Withdrawn and Then Refiled in New District


Ifinex Inc, parent firm of Bitfinex, finds its ongoing legal troubles further complicated as a November lawsuit has been withdrawn by the plaintiff and refiled in a new district. The company, whose close affiliations with both the Bitfinex crypto exchange and stablecoin Tether have continually...

Make a smooth shadow, friend.


One box-shadow is cool and all, but check out Philipp Brumm's tool for building out comma-separated multiple box-shadows, which result in a much smoother and more natural look. This reminds me very much of the idea for easing linear-gradient. In a gradient, this smoothing effect is handled...

Drawing Realistic Clouds with SVG and CSS


Greek mythology tells the story of Zeus creating the cloud nymph, Nephele. Like other Greek myths, this tale gets pretty bizarre and X-rated. Here’s a very abridged, polite version. Nephele, we are told, was created by Zeus in the image of his own beautiful wife. A mortal meets Nephele, falls...

Making Web Components for Different Contexts


This article isn’t about how to build web components. Caleb Williams already wrote a comprehensive guide about that recently. Let’s talk about how to work with them, what to consider when making them, and how to embrace them in your projects. If you are new to web components, Caleb’s guide is...

Using “box shadows” and clip-path together


Let's do a little step-by-step of a situation where you can't quite do what seems to make sense, but you can still get it done with CSS trickery. In this case, it'll be applying a shadow to a shape. You make a box .tag { background: #FB8C00; color: #222; font: bold 32px system-ui; padding:...

Encapsulating Style and Structure with Shadow DOM


This is part four of a five-part series discussing the Web Components specifications. In part one, we took a 10,000-foot view of the specifications and what they do. In part two, we set out to build a custom modal dialog and created the HTML template for what would evolve into our very own custom...

An Introduction to Web Components


Front-end development moves at a break-neck pace. This is made evident by the myriad articles, tutorials, and Twitter threads bemoaning the state of what once was a fairly simple tech stack. In this article, I’ll discuss why Web Components are a great tool to deliver high-quality user experiences...

Styling a Web Component


This confused me for a bit here so I'm writing it out while it's fresh in mind. Just because you're using a web component doesn't mean the styles of it are entirely isolated. You might have content within a web component that is styled normally along with the rest of your website. Like this: See...

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