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Some Typography Links


Glitter text — whO (I learned a name for people who go by a one-word moniker like that: Mononymous) created a builder for fancy SVG-based type. It’s a custom font with <text>, and the fancy comes in with a … The post Some Typography Links appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

Working around the viewport-based fluid typography bug in Safari


Sara digs into a bug I happened to have mentioned back in 2012 where fluid type didn’t resize when the browser window resized. Back then, it affected Chrome 20 and Safari 6, but the bug still persists today in Safari … The post Working around the viewport-based fluid typography bug...

Inline to Menu Link Animation


An experimental inline-to-menu-link animation based on a concept by Matthew Hall. The post Inline to Menu Link Animation appeared first on Codrops

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...

How to Create Neon Text With CSS


Neon text can add a nice, futuristic touch to any website. I’ve always loved the magic of neon signs, and wanted to recreate them using CSS. I thought I’d share some tips on how to do it! In this article, … The post How to Create Neon Text With CSS appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

Links on Typography


These are a few great links about typography that have been burning a hole in my saved bookmarks folder that I'm just now getting around to sharing. There's good stuff in there, from how to choose typefaces for app design to ideas for how to fix the concept of font sizing in CSS. The post Links...

Rotated 3D Letters and Image Hover Effect


A rotated 3D like letters hover effect combined with a tilted image for a menu. The post Rotated 3D Letters and Image Hover Effect appeared first on Codrops

The Making (and Potential Benefits) of a CSS Font


Not a typical one, at least. Each character is an HTML element, built with CSS. A true web font! Let me elaborate. This is a way to render text without using any font at all. Random text is split with … The post The Making (and Potential Benefits) of a CSS Font appeared first...

Intrinsic Typography is the Future of Styling Text on the Web


The way we style text hasn’t changed much over the years. There have been numerous advancements to help make things more flexible, like layouts, but in terms of styling, most finite aspects of our designs, like text, remain relatively unchanged. … The post Intrinsic Typography is the Future...

Distributed Letters Animation Layout


A distributed letters animation in the context of a triple panel layout with hover effect. The post Distributed Letters Animation Layout appeared first on Codrops

Circular SVG Text Animation


Exploring some experimental circular SVG text effects for an intro animation. The post Circular SVG Text Animation appeared first on Codrops

CSS Border Font


Every letter in this “font” by Davor Suljic is a single div and drawn only with border. That means employing some trickery like border-radius with exotic syntax like border-radius: 100% 100% 0 0 / 37.5% 37.5% 0 0; which … The post CSS Border Font appeared first...

Some Typography Blog Posts I’ve Bookmarked and Read Lately


Font-size: An Unexpectedly Complex CSS Property — From Manish Goregaokar in 2017. Of many oddities, I found the one where font: medium monospace renders at 13px where font: medium sans-serif renders at 16px particularly weird. The good line-height — Since … The post Some Typography Blog...

Going From Solid to Knockout Text on Scroll


Here’s a fun CSS trick to show your friends: a large title that switches from a solid color to knockout text as the background image behind it scrolls into place. And we can do it using plain ol’ HTML and … The post Going From Solid to Knockout Text on Scroll appeared first...

On-Scroll Letter Animations


A small set of examples showing how letters can be animated on scroll. The post On-Scroll Letter Animations appeared first on Codrops

On Type Patterns and Style Guides


Over the last six years or so, I’ve been using these things I’ve been calling “type patterns” in my web design work, and they’ve worked out pretty well for me. I’ll dig into what they are and how they can … The post On Type Patterns and Style Guides appeared first on CSS-Tricks. You...

A font-display setting for slow connections


Me, I really dislike FOUT. I like that it’s an option, because not displaying text quickly on the web is no good. I know font-display: swap; is popular because it’s good for performance, but that FOUT stuff pains me. Matt … The post A font-display setting for slow connections...

ztext.js


Super cool project from Bennett Feely! It makes any web type into 3D lettering with a mouseover effect that moves the 3D objects in space. It’s reminiscent of Zdog, but for type. It works its magic by stacking a bunch of copies of the glyphs on top of each other that are offset by some...

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