Google’s Search Console team recently sent out an email to site owners with a warning that Google Chrome will take steps starting this October to identify and show warnings on non-secure sites that have form inputs.… Read article “Switching Your Site to HTTPS on a Shoestring Budget”
The :dir() pseudo-class in CSS allows elements to be selected based on the direction of the language, as determined in the HTML markup. There are really only two directions language can flow in a document, which are left-to-right and right-to-left. Think of this as a way to style elements that are distinguished by different language directionality.
JPG doesn’t support alpha transparency. PNGs that do support alpha transparency don’t compress nearly as well as JPG. SVG has masks and clipping paths, which we can use to our advantage here.… Read article ““Combine the transparency of a PNG with the compression of a JPG””
Have you ever wondered how browser figures out which assets should be requested and in what order?
The four main design principles listed are fascinating:
The technique doesn’t only apply to cute character animations though. The Motion design aspect of a digital interface has significant implications on UX, user perception and “feel”. … Read article “Repeatable, Staggered Animation Three Ways: Sass, GSAP and Web Animations API”
In this series, I’m going to show … Read article “Form Validation Part 1: Constraint Validation in HTML”
In this article, we’ll compare WAAPI and animations done in CSS.… Read article “CSS Animations vs Web Animations API”
This article by Mark Dalgleish will go down as one of the most important front-end development articles of 2017.
CSS-Tricks itself is a WordPress site, and one in which WordPress is a perfect fit for. Between things like the login and permissions system, blogging, pages, custom post types, forums, eCommerce, and more, CSS-Tricks makes use of a huge swath of what WordPress is capable of.… Read article “#154: A Poster Child WordPress Site”