Matthias Ott’s posted his VS Code setup. I find lists like this (I rounded up some recent updates of my own) irresistible, probably because, like y’all, I spend an awful lot of time in VS Code and wanna make sure I’m getting the most out of it.
A CSS motion path allows us to animate elements along custom user-defined paths. Those paths follow the same structure as SVG paths. We define a path for an element using offset-path.
I knew that Cloudinary worked with video as well as images but, the other day, I was curious if Cloudinary offered a video player embed just like other video hosts do (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo, etc). Like an
I like Max Kohler’s coverage as well, which includes a demo where the snapping can happen in multiple directions.
Bram covers how frustrating .bar:nth-child(2) is. It’s not “select the second element of class .bar.” It’s “select the second element if it also has the class .bar.” The good news? There is a real selector that does the former:
Here’s a little one that prodded me to finally fix…… Read article “15 Things to Improve Your Website Accessibility”
This is a great blog post from Brad Frost where he walks us through an interesting example. Let’s say we’re making a theme and we have some Sass like this:
Hey how cool! A documentary about Vue! Good timing as it looks like VueConf is happening right now. (Reminder we have a site for conferences to tell you stuff like that).