There is a 15-year history of CSS resets. In fact, a “reset” isn’t really the right word. Tantek Çelik’s take in 2004 was called “undohtml.css” and it wasn’t until a few years later when Eric Meyer called his version a reset, that the word became the default term. When Normalize came around, it called itself a reset alternative, which felt right, because it wasn’t trying to obliterate all styles, but instead bring the base styles that browsers … Read article “CSS Remedy”
Last time, we looked at a few possible approaches for declaring and using CSS custom properties in responsive designs. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at CSS variables and how to use them in reusable components and modules. We will learn how to make our variables optional and set fallback values.
instant.page is a pretty cool project from Alexandre Dieulot. Alexandre has been at this idea for half a decade now, as InstantClick is his and is essentially the same exact idea.
I love nesting my @media query breakpoints. It’s perhaps the most important feature of Sass to me. Maybe I pick a method and do it like this:
Web developers and content editors alike often forget or ignore one of the most important parts of making a website accessible and SEO performant: image alt? text. You know, that seemingly small image attribute that describes an image:
Aside from being included in it (and Andy being an all-around great guy), I want to share the book with y’all because WordPress and freelancing are two topics I care deeply about, particularly because … Read article “Successful WordPress Freelancing”
Here’s a bunch … Read article “How I’ve Been Using Notion Personally and Professionally”
This confused me for a bit here so I’m writing it out while it’s fresh in mind. Just because you’re using a web component doesn’t mean the styles of it are entirely isolated. You might have content within a web component that is styled normally along with the rest of your website. … Read article “Styling a Web Component”
Codrops has a very nice article on CSS Shapes from Tania Rascia. You might know shape-outside is for redefining the area by which text is floated around that element, allowing for some interesting design opportunities. But there are a couple of genuine CSS tricks in here: