So you do a little research and find out that this is strongly discouraged, because the focus outline is there for a reason: it provides visual feedback for keyboard navigation (using the Tab … Read article “Having a Little Fun With Custom Focus Styles”
Each example we look at is more real-world and involves more features of what Framer Motion is capable of. React developers … Read article “#176: Working with Framer Motion”
Static Form Providers do all tasks like validating, storing, sending notifications, and integrating with other APIs. It’s lovely when you can delegate big responsibilities like this. The cost? Typically a monthly or annual subscription, except for a few providers and limited plans. The cost … Read article “A Comparison of Static Form Providers”
In this week’s roundup, Apple gets into web components, how Instagram is insta-loading scripts, and some food for thought for self-hosting critical resources.… Read article “Weekly Platform News: Apple Deploys Web Components, Progressive HTML Rendering, Self-Hosting Critical Resources”
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That’s one way of explaining what a favicon is. The tab area is a much more precious screen real-estate than what most assume. If done right, besides being a label with icon, it can be the perfect billboard to represent what’s in or what’s happening on a web page.… Read article “The Making of an Animated Favicon”
A reduced test case is a demo/example page you create which reproduces the problem you are having with the least amount of code possible. Only the HTML needed to show the problem content. Only CSS that is related to that reduced
The text-justify property in CSS is a companion to the text-align property that is used to set the justification method of text when text-align is set to the justify value.