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Pacchetto di CSS: 2023!

Complimenti. Il 2023 è stato un anno fantastico per CSS. Da #Interop2023 a molti nuovi punti di accesso nello spazio CSS e UI che consentono agli sviluppatori di funzionalità una volta che pensavano impossibili sulla piattaforma web.
Tags: #css #webdev
Saved on: 2023-12-08

An Interactive Guide to CSS Grid

CSS Grid is one of the most amazing parts of the CSS language. It gives us a ton of new tools we can use to create sophisticated and fluid layouts. It's also surprisingly complex. It took me quite a while to truly become comfortable with CSS Grid!
Tags: #css #css-grid
Saved on: 2023-11-21

(9) Using CSS custom properties like this is a waste - YouTube

If you're interested in checking out ICodeThis, you can find it here: and if you want to sign up for one of their premium plans, use KEVIN at checkout for an extra 10% off. Custom properties are amazing, but a lot of people don’t take advantage of how awesome they
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2023-10-23

Responsive type scales with composable CSS utilities

If you’ve ever attempted to create responsive type that seamlessly adapts and scales between pre-determined sizes within a type scale based on viewport or container widths, you may have wrestled with JavaScript or wrangled with CSS calculators.
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2023-09-24

Scroll-Based Layout Animations | Codrops

Today, I want to share a compilation of on-scroll layout animations with you. You’ve probably come across these animations on many websites. The main idea is to switch the layout view while scrolling and keep the section pinned.
Saved on: 2023-08-01

Mastering CSS Grid | Colt Steele

Creating CSS layouts that behave as expected no matter the viewport size used to be a frustrating, time-consuming experience.
Saved on: 2023-06-27

CSS Masking - Ahmad Shadeed

In the design world, masking is a popular technique to achieve unique design effects. As a designer, I’ve used it many times, but my usage of it on the web is rare.
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2023-03-31

The Rules of Margin Collapse

In CSS, adjacent margins can sometimes overlap. This is known as “margin collapse”, and it has a reputation for being quite dastardly. Instead of sitting 48px apart, their 24px margins merge together, occupying the same space!
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Saved on: 2023-02-28

Holograms, light-leaks and how to build CSS-only shaders.

I might be understating it a bit, but WebGL is a big deal. You only need to spend five minutes on one of the many design awards sites to see site-after-site fully leaning into the power of canvas.
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Saved on: 2022-11-03

Randoma11y - Accessible color combinations

Get random, accessible color combinations
Tags: #css #tools
Saved on: 2022-10-17

Why is z-index not working?! - Explaining CSS Stacking Context - DEV Commun

Dimensions are weird. While most web apps seem to focus on the x and y axis, representing a 2D plane that the user interacts with, there's actually a z-axis that's often ignored. Some browsers, such as Microsoft Edge, even provide a way to see a website blown up into a 3D view:
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2022-10-09

CSS Grid and Custom Shapes, Part 2 | CSS-Tricks - CSS-Tricks

DigitalOcean joining forces with CSS-Tricks! Special welcome offer: get $100 of free credit. Alright, so the last time we checked in, we were using CSS Grid and combining them with CSS clip-path and mask techniques to create grids with fancy shapes.
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Saved on: 2022-08-23

✨Style Queries | Una Kravets Online✨

Much like size-based container queries, you can query the computed style of a parent element using style queries. These must be wrapped in style() to differentiate style queries from size queries.
Tags: #css #frontend
Saved on: 2022-06-28

Magical SVG Techniques — Smashing Magazine

14 min read SVG, Resources, Round-Ups Share on Twitter, LinkedIn Data Visualization Masterclass with Amelia Wattenberger Deep Dive On Accessibility Testing with Manuel Matuzović New Front-End Adventures, 2023 Edition with Vitaly Friedman Smart Interface Design Patterns, 9h-video course Smart SVG te
Saved on: 2022-05-27

The Surprising Truth About Pixels and Accessibility: should I use pixels or

Should I use pixels or ems/rems?! This is a question I hear a lot. Often with a dollop of anxiety or frustration behind the words. 😅 It's an emotionally-charged question because there are a lot of conflicting opinions out there, and it can be overwhelming.
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2022-05-17

10 modern layouts in 1 line of CSS - YouTube

In this dynamic talk, Una goes over the power of modern CSS layout techniques by highlighting a few key terms and how much detail can be described in a single line of code. Learn a few layout tricks you can implement in your codebase today, and be able to write entire swaths of layout with just a fe
Saved on: 2022-02-18

A New Container Query Polyfill That Just Works | CSS-Tricks - CSS-Tricks

Try Mailchimp today. It’s pretty great to have a container query polyfill that is this easy to use and from Chrome itself, the first-movers as far as early test implementations. Looks like Surma put it together — thanks Surma!
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Saved on: 2022-01-08

Minimal CSS Framework for semantic HTML

Elegant styles for all native HTML elements without .classes and dark mode automatically enabled. We use simple native HTML tags as much as possible. Less than 10 .classes are used in Pico.
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Saved on: 2021-12-15

Defensive CSS

👋 This article has been expanded into a new project called Defensive CSS. Due to the fact that the content here will not be updated, I recommend you to read instead. Oftentimes, we wish that there was a way to avoid a certain CSS issue or behaviors from happening.
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Saved on: 2021-12-10

Glitch effect on text in pure css

My blog used to have a glitching title, initially done in svg, then in pure css when I realised that the Tor Browser didn't display the former in every level of security settings. The pure css version is a bit more interesting.
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Saved on: 2021-12-02

CSS is Going Gosh-Darned Hog Wild, I Tell Ya What | CSS-Tricks

Take your JavaScript to the next level at Frontend Masters. As someone just sittin’ back watching CSS evolve, it feels like we’re at one of the hottest moments of innovation in CSS history. It was really something when we got flexbox across all browsers, and not terribly long after, grid.
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Saved on: 2021-10-14

Less Absolute Positioning With Modern CSS - Ahmad Shadeed

Each time I work on a component that needs absolute positioning, I ask myself: is it really necessary? I started to notice a few use-cases where using position: absolute isn’t needed.
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Saved on: 2021-10-14

Web Vitals patterns

A carousel is a UX component that displays content in a slideshow-like manner. Large, above-the-fold carousels often contain a page's Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) element, and therefore can have a significant impact on LCP.
Saved on: 2021-09-17

Kablamo Engineering Blog

CSS can be hard to grasp when you're starting out. It can seem like magic wizardry and you can very easily find yourself playing whack-a-mole adjusting one property only to have something else break.
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Saved on: 2021-07-26

No, Utility Classes Aren't the Same As Inline Styles | frontstuff

Half a decade after the first commit of the pioneering ACSS, utility-first CSS is more popular than ever. With success comes many adepts but also a fair share of criticism. It’s a good thing: polarized opinions mean topics matter enough for people to care.
Saved on: 2021-06-28

CSS Tips

CSS tips and tricks you will not see in most of tutorials.
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Saved on: 2021-04-27

Intrinsic Typography is the Future of Styling Text on the Web | CSS-Tricks

DigitalOcean joining forces with CSS-Tricks! Special welcome offer: get $100 of free credit. The way we style text hasn’t changed much over the years.
Saved on: 2021-04-21

content-visibility: the new CSS property that boosts your rendering perform

Improve initial load time by skipping the rendering of offscreen content. The content-visibility property, launching in Chromium 85, might be one of the most impactful new CSS properties for improving page load performance.
Saved on: 2021-03-08

"Tailwind CSS: From Zero to Production" on YouTube – Tailwind CSS

Today we're excited to release Tailwind CSS: From Zero to Production, a new screencast series that teaches you everything you need to know to get up and running with Tailwind CSS v2.0 from scratch. It's an eight-part series totaling 1.
Saved on: 2021-02-17

CSS transitions and hover animations, an interactive guide

The world of web animations has become a sprawling jungle of tools and technologies. Libraries like GSAP and Framer Motion and React Spring have sprung up to help us add motion to the DOM. The most fundamental and critical piece, though, is the humble CSS transition.
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2021-02-09

Things You Can Do With CSS Today — Smashing Magazine

12 min read CSS, Tools, Workflow Share on Twitter, LinkedIn Smart Interface Design Checklists Build in-demand skills like UX, UI and HCI — Northwestern online MS in Info.
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Saved on: 2021-02-04

My approach to using z-index. The last time I got straight to the… | by Dav

The last time I got straight to the point people seemed to appreciate it. So… Categorise all uses of z-index as either local or global.
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2021-01-31

You want overflow: auto, not overflow: scroll | Kilian Valkhof

Every now and then a web developer using a Mac discovers that their beautiful design is littered with scroll bars on other platforms. Either because someone points it out to them or because they attach a mouse to their mac which makes scroll bars appear.
Tags: #css #webdev
Saved on: 2021-01-07

CSS-Only Full-Width Responsive Images 2 Ways | Modern CSS Solutions

In the not to distant past when jQuery was King of the Mountain and CSS3 was still worth being designated as such, the most popular tool for responsive background images was the Backstretch jQuery plugin. According to caniuse.
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Saved on: 2020-12-07

A Nerd's Guide to Color on the Web | CSS-Tricks

Let’s put those CSS skills to work! Claim $50 in free hosting credit on Cloudways with code CSSTRICKS. There are a lot of ways to work with color on the web. I think it’s helpful to understand the mechanics behind what you’re using, and color is no exception.
Saved on: 2020-10-13

CSS Grid full-bleed layout tutorial · Josh W Comeau

It doesn't seem like it would be so tricky, right? But this was an era before flexbox existed; our tools for the job were tables and floats, and neither were really up to this task. It was technically possible, but some shenanigans were required.
Tags: #css #css-grid
Saved on: 2020-10-06

Layoutit Grid

Quickly design web layouts, and get HTML and CSS code. Learn CSS Grid visually and build web layouts with our interactive CSS Grid Generator.
Tags: #css #tools
Saved on: 2020-09-25

Ten modern layouts in one line of CSS

This post highlights a few powerful lines of CSS that do some serious heavy lifting and help you build robust modern layouts. Modern CSS layouts enable developers to write really meaningful and robust styling rules with just a few keystrokes.
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Saved on: 2020-07-31

Perfect Edition

Perfect Edition is an aspirational name for this project, which aims to provide a lean, fast-loading web e-book template with a kind of definitive sturdiness. (I first encountered the term "perfect edition" in the world of manga.
Saved on: 2020-07-29

Things I Wish I’d Known About CSS

Skip to content Already purchased? Login → Things I Wish I’d Known About CSS I learned how to build websites the old fashioned way: looking at website source code and trying to replicate the things I saw.
Tags: #css #webdev
Saved on: 2020-07-17

The complete guide to CSS media queries | Polypane browser for dev & design

Media queries are what make modern responsive design possible. With them you can set different styling based on things like a users screen size, device capabilities or user preferences.
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Saved on: 2020-06-11

The Fastest Google Fonts – CSS Wizardry – Web Performance Optimisation

For the most part, web fonts nowadays are faster than ever. With more standardised FOUT/FOIT behaviour from browser vendors, to the newer font-display specification, performance—and therefore the user—seems to have been finally been put front-and-centre.
Saved on: 2020-05-20

BEM Naming Cheat Sheet by 9elements

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Tags: #bem #css
Saved on: 2020-05-19

Modern CSS Solutions

Learn how to coexist with that unpredictability by using adaptive, contextual spacing techniques. We'll construct a starter set of custom properties for gap, margin, and padding. Registration now available for my workshop Level-Up With Modern CSS coming in July with Smashing Conference!
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Saved on: 2020-05-12

“Designing Intrinsic Layouts” by Jen Simmons—An Event Apart video

Twenty-five years after the web began, we finally have a real toolkit for creating layouts. Combining CSS Grid, Flexbox, Multicolumn, Flow layout and Writing Modes gives us the technical ability to build layouts today without the horrible hacks and compromises of the past.
Saved on: 2020-03-12

Same HTML, Different CSS

I stumbled upon a project called “Evolution of Web Design”, which shows a web page about Nasa and space. The interesting thing is that there is a slider mimics how the design looked for each year (1993 - 2015).
Saved on: 2020-02-20

How to Overlap Images in CSS | Bri Camp Gomez

Something very popular in web design currently is overlapping images. When the design is handed to you, as the developer to implement it, there are a few ways to go about it like most things with CSS.
Saved on: 2019-12-02

Paged.js – Paged Media

Paged.js is an open-source library to paginate content in the browser. Based on the W3C specifications, it’s a sort of polyfill for Paged Media and Generated Content for Paged Media CSS modules. The development was launch as an open-source community driven initiative and it’s still experimental.
Tags: #css
Saved on: 2019-11-10

CSS Utility Classes and "Separation of Concerns"

Over the last several years, the way I write CSS has transitioned from a very "semantic" approach to something much more like what is often called "functional CSS.
Saved on: 2019-11-07

ITCSS: Scalable and Maintainable CSS Architecture - Xfive

Last year when we started to plan our new website, I was looking for a CSS architecture which would allow for easy website development and further maintenance.
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Saved on: 2019-10-18

Editorial Design Patterns With CSS Grid And Named Columns

10 min read CSS, CSS Grid, Patterns Share on Twitter, LinkedIn New Adventures in Front-End, 2022 Edition Ethical Design Masterclass Get started with a free developer test account Quick summary ↬ By naming lines when setting up our CSS Grid layouts, we can tap into some interesting and useful featu
Tags: #css #css-grid
Saved on: 2019-10-06

Managing Flow and Rhythm with CSS Custom Properties ◆ 24 ways

An important part of designing user interfaces is creating consistent vertical rhythm between elements. Creating consistent, predictable space doesn’t just make your web pages and views look better, but it can also improve the scan-ability.
Saved on: 2019-10-02

Menus with "Dynamic Hit Areas" | CSS-Tricks

Flyout menus! The second you need to implement a menu that uses a hover event to display more menu items, you’re in tricky territory. For one, they should work with clicks and taps, too. Without that, you’ve broken the menu for anyone without a mouse.
Tags: #css #ux #webdev
Saved on: 2019-09-24


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Saved on: 2019-09-20

Using layered box-shadows to create smoother & sharper shadows | Tobias Ahl

As light hits an object and a shadow is cast, the shadow can take on a myriad of unique characteristics. If you try to capture the subtleties of a real shadow with box-shadow then, well, you’re pretty much out of luck. The box-shadow CSS property isn’t exactly built to encourage expressiveness.
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Saved on: 2019-09-20

Two Browsers Walked Into a Scrollbar | Filament Group, Inc.

The scrollbar is a humble but productive mechanism that operates as the primary means through which one can traverse a document.
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Saved on: 2019-09-12


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Tags: #css #design #ui
Saved on: 2019-09-10

Flexbox: How Big Is That Flexible Box? — Smashing Magazine

13 min read CSS, Flexbox Saved for offline reading Share on Twitter, LinkedIn Market Smarter Get the Article Build in-demand skills like UX, UI and HCI — Northwestern online MS in Info.
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Saved on: 2019-08-27

CSS Cheat Sheets! - DEV Community ?‍??‍?

We all know that Peter Griffin Family Guy gif of him unable to work some blinds. This gif is always associated with the frustrations of CSS. Something changes, then something breaks.
Saved on: 2019-08-14

The CSS background-image property as an anti-pattern

The CSS background-image property allowed us to do some amazing things, but in most cases, it's time to leave it behind.
Saved on: 2019-07-28

The Simplest Way to Load CSS Asynchronously | Filament Group, Inc.

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.
Saved on: 2019-07-24

Frontend Design, React, and a Bridge over the Great Divide

Frontend designers create the HTML, CSS, and presentational JavaScript code that powers web products’ user interfaces. I see frontend design as helpful mortar that bridges the gap between design and development. Of course “frontend designer” may or may not be the right title for it.
Saved on: 2019-07-19

Relearn CSS layout: Every Layout

If you find yourself wrestling with CSS layout, it’s likely you’re making decisions for browsers they should be making themselves. Through a series of simple, composable layouts, Every Layout will teach you how to better harness the built-in algorithms that power browsers and CSS.
Tags: #css #css-grid
Saved on: 2019-06-17

Extract critical CSS  |

Learn how to improve render times with critical CSS technique. The browser must download and parse CSS files before it can show the page, which makes CSS a render-blocking resource.
Saved on: 2019-06-05

This page is a truly naked, brutalist html quine.

This page is a truly naked, brutalist html quine. One of my favorite things is to misuse technology in creative ways. Breaking the rules without breaking the rules.
Tags: #css #webdev
Saved on: 2019-06-05

The Sass Ampersand | CSS-Tricks

The & is an extremely useful feature in Sass (and Less). It’s used when nesting. It can be a nice time-saver when you know how to use it, or a bit of a time-waster when you’re struggling and could have written the same code in regular CSS. Let’s see if we can really understand it.
Tags: #css #webdev
Saved on: 2019-05-28

Grid by Example - Usage examples of CSS Grid Layout

The following examples include an image of how the example should look in a supporting browser, they each link to a page with more information about the technique being shown, code and a CodePen of the example.
Tags: #css #css-grid
Saved on: 2019-05-23

CSSFX - Beautifully simple click-to-copy CSS effects

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Saved on: 2019-05-08

CSS masonry with flexbox, :nth-child(), and order | Tobias Ahlin

On the surface it seems fairly easy to create a masonry layout with flexbox; all you need to do is set flex-flow to column wrap and voilà, you have a masonry layout. Sort of. The problem with this approach is that it produces a grid with a seemingly shuffled and obscure order.
Saved on: 2019-04-17

How To Align Things In CSS — Smashing Magazine

Rachel Andrew 16 min read CSS, Browsers, Guides Share on Twitter, LinkedIn Join in and boost your skills online Progress KendoUI for Angular: Try the Angular Grid Build in-demand skills like UX, UI and HCI — Northwestern online MS in Info.
Saved on: 2019-03-29

Use Cases For Flexbox — Smashing Magazine

10 min read CSS, Flexbox Saved for offline reading Share on Twitter, LinkedIn In this final article of the series, we wrap up by taking a look at some of the common uses for Flexbox.
Tags: #css #webdev
Saved on: 2019-03-05

Breaking Boxes With CSS Fragmentation — Smashing Magazine

15 min read CSS, Browsers Saved for offline reading Share on Twitter, LinkedIn Get the Article Build in-demand skills like UX, UI and HCI — Northwestern online MS in Info.
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Saved on: 2019-03-01

HTML, CSS and our vanishing industry entry points

Everyone is angry about CSS again. I’m not even going to try to summarize the arguments. However it always seems to boil down to the fact that CSS is simultaneously too easy to bother with, yet so hard it needs to be wrapped up in a ball of JavaScript in case it scares the horses.
Saved on: 2019-02-01

The Flexbox Holy Albatross | HeydonWorks

Coincidentally, I've been spending this same time period trying to solve a particularly vexing CSS layout problem. You might say the problem has become both my albatross and my Holy Grail; my Holy Albatross, if you will.
Saved on: 2019-01-14

Axiomatic CSS and Lobotomized Owls · An A List Apart Article

At CSS Day last June I introduced, with some trepidation, a peculiar three-character CSS selector. Called the “lobotomized owl selector” for its resemblance to an owl’s vacant stare, it proved to be the most popular section of my talk.
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Saved on: 2019-01-10

My CSS Reset/Base

Since writing about the state of CSS resets in 2018, I’ve had a few people ask what my modified CSS reset looks like.
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Saved on: 2019-01-07

Multi-Line Inline Gradient | CSS-Tricks

CSS superfriends! Have you seen examples of how to do multi-line padded text like this article on @css (, but with a gradient that doesn't reset for each line? But it turns out we need a litttttle extra trickery to make it happen.
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Saved on: 2019-01-04

NES.css - NES-style CSS Framework

NES-style CSS Framework.
Tags: #css #funny
Saved on: 2018-11-29

Why can’t we use Functional CSS and regular CSS at the same time? | CSS-Tri

Harry Nicholls recently wrote all about simplifying styles with functional CSS and you should definitely check it out.
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Saved on: 2018-11-20

Animated Grid Previews | Codrops

From our sponsor: Ship fast and never break a thing with Shortcut (formerly Today we’d like to share another CSS grid-powered template with you. The idea is to show a navigation and some scattered images in the background that have a slight parallax effect.
Tags: #art #css
Saved on: 2018-11-09

In Defense of Utility-First CSS | frontstuff

“Favor composition over inheritance”. This piece of wisdom from Design Patterns, one of the most influential software engineering books, is the foundation of utility-first CSS.
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Saved on: 2018-11-09

Spectre.css CSS Framework

Spectre.css is a lightweight, responsive and modern CSS framework for faster and extensible development. Spectre provides basic styles for typography and elements, flexbox based responsive layout system, pure CSS components and utilities with best practice coding and consistent design language.
Saved on: 2018-11-08

Cutting out the inner part of an element using clip-path | CSS-Tricks

Try Mailchimp today. The following is a guest post by Ana Tudor. Perhaps you know Ana from her amazing work combining code, math, and art.
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Saved on: 2018-11-08

Tailwind: style your site without writing any CSS! - Julia Evans

Hello! Over the last couple of days I put together a new website for my zines ( To make this website, I needed to write HTML and CSS. Eep!! Web design really isn’t my strong suit.
Saved on: 2018-11-02

CSS Layout cookbook

The CSS layout cookbook aims to bring together recipes for common layout patterns, things you might need to implement in your own sites.
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Saved on: 2018-10-14

BEM - A naming philosophy that just works

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in …5 × BEM - A naming philosophy that just works 1. BEM A naming philosophy that just works 2. Ciao, sono Alessandro Muraro Front End Developer @ Objectway Organizer @ Milano Front End Meetup Su Twitter sono @akmur Il mio sito é 3.
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Saved on: 2018-10-09

BEM naming convention – Alessandro Muraro

I like BEM. BEM stands for “Block, Element, Modifier” and it’s a way to write your CSS class names in an organized way.
Tags: #bem #css
Saved on: 2018-10-09

CSS Grid in IE: CSS Grid and the New Autoprefixer | CSS-Tricks

In Part 1 of this series, I debunked a few misconceptions that many people have around the Internet Explorer (IE) implementation of CSS grid. This article builds on that knowledge. It would be best to go back and read that article first if you haven’t already.
Tags: #css #webdev
Saved on: 2018-07-12

More Unicode Patterns | CSS-Tricks

Creating is the most intense excitement one can come to know. I recently wrote a post — that was shared here on CSS-Tricks — where I looked at ways to use Unicode characters to create interesting (and random) patterns. Since then, I’ve continued to seek new characters to build new patterns.
Saved on: 2018-06-15

Easier scrollytelling with position sticky

Bar is 10% Bar is 90% Bar is 50%
Saved on: 2018-06-13

Where Lines Break is Complicated. Here’s all the Related CSS and HTML.

DigitalOcean joining forces with CSS-Tricks! Special welcome offer: get $100 of free credit. Say you have a really long word within some text inside an element that isn’t wide enough to hold it. A common cause of that is a long URL finding it’s way into copy.
Saved on: 2018-05-16

Page Transitions for Everyone | CSS-Tricks

As Sarah mentioned in her previous post about page transition using Vue.js, there is plenty of motivation for designers and developers to be building page transitions. Let’s consider mobile applications.
Saved on: 2018-05-15

The Relative Units of CSS - Pine

The units in CSS are critical as we work with these all the time. You can’t build anything without using these so we must know the units properly. We all know well our favorite unit which is the pixel.
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Saved on: 2018-05-14

A Guide To The State Of Print Stylesheets In 2018

17 min read CSS, Browsers Share on Twitter, LinkedIn Smart Interface Design Patterns, with Vitaly Friedman Smart Interface Design Checklists Build in-demand skills like UX, UI and HCI — Northwestern online MS in Info.
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Saved on: 2018-05-02

10 Reasons to Love (and Use) Gradients in 2018 | Webdesigner Depot

After years of flat, material and completely minimal styles, the gradient has made a comeback. Everywhere you look, designers are using color fades to add visual interest, create user engagement and just design something that’s worth looking at.
Saved on: 2018-04-27