Only Firefox supports it, but if you return a request with a header like this:
With that enabled, now we can test our CSS including conic gradients in Firefox as well.… Read article “Background Patterns, Simplified by Conic Gradients”
I’m a big fan of Notion, as you likely know from previous coverage and recent video. It’s always interesting to see what other people do with Notion, and even how Notion uses Notion.
Instant.page is another player, and … Read article “prerender.js”
Lemme remake the code blocks from Mathias’ tweet here:… Read article “No-Comma Color Functions in CSS”
First, it’s worth understanding that by using WordPress it doesn’t opt you out of using a static site generator. WordPress has an API, and that … Read article “Static or Not?”
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 taking it all the way down to no blur at all. That, combined with comma-separating shadows and stacking them, is the CSS trickery we’ll be doing here.… Read article “Creating Playful Effects With CSS Text Shadows”
I have an iOS simulator up in this video, and I’m putting an HTML video tag in a basic HTML document for a quick video I recorded with Kap.
Firefox 72 was first out of the gate with “independent transforms.” That is, instead of having to combine transforms together, like: