Our own Sarah Drasner:
When web components are modular like Lego bricks down to the elements level, they become more versatile and easier to maintain. We believe it’s the next step to take in modular web design.
On December 17, 1996, W3C published the first standard for CSS.
The Firebug extension isn’t being developed or maintained any longer. We invite you to use the Firefox built-in DevTools instead.
Read Christie Aschwanden’s first paragraph. If you’ve written anything that elicits comments, I’m sure you can relate.
A new interview series from Preethi Kasireddy and Vivian Cromwell, focusing on “how developer products are made”. I was honored to be lucky number three, in which I overshare about CodePen.… Read article “Between the Wires”
Have you already tried Gatsby, Nuxt, or Gridsome (to cite only a few)? Chances are that your first contact was a “Wow!” moment — so many things are automatically set up and ready to use.
What’s interesting to me is how many cool design effects require multiple copies of an element to do something cool. To get the extra copy, at least with text, we can sometimes use a pseudo-element. For more elaborate content, there is an element() function in CSS, but it’s limited to a prefixed property … Read article “Re-creating the ‘His Dark Materials’ Logo in CSS”