Maybe it comes from an API or you’ve constructed it yourself from template literals or something.
I just saw this cool little site from Max Bittker: broider. You design an image on a 9-slice grid (except the middle part) and it will produce an image for you to use with border-image along with the CSS to copy and paste.… Read article “How to Make Repeating Border Images”
Instead of just one idea wrap it … Read article “The 3 Laws of Serverless”
I was extremely excited when I first heard that clip-path: path() was coming to Firefox. Just imagine being able to easily code a breathing box like the one below with just one HTML element and very little CSS without needing SVG or a huge list of points inside the polygon function!
Fixed headers have a nasty habit of hiding the element you’re trying to link to. … Read article “Fixed Headers and Jump Links? The Solution is scroll-margin-top”
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
Back in 2011, the domain name for this site, css-tricks.com, was stolen. “Domain Hijacking,” they call it. It wasn’t just this site, but around 12 others in the design and development space. To this day, none of us really know how it happened and who was behind it, although I believe all the domains are back to their original owners now.
On my 13 inch macbook, with Dock positioned on the left, the viewport height in Chrome is 786 pixels so images with loading=”lazy” that are more than 4x the viewport down the page are eagerly fetched by Chrome on page load.
Sometimes you need to type a long reply that consists of many paragraphs and wrapping that text within a tiny textarea box makes it hard to understand and to follow as you type. There were many times when I had to write that text within Notepad++ for example and then just paste the whole reply in that small textarea. I admit I also opened the DevTools to override the resize: none declaration but that’s not really a
So Microsoft launches a Node-based browser automation project called Playwright. It allows you to spin up a headless version of a browser and control it. Go here! Click something! Take a screenshot! That kind of stuff. Particularly useful for testing.