I’m in love with SVG. Sure, the code can look dense and difficult at first, but you’ll see the beauty in the results when you get to know it. The bonus is that those results are in code, so it can be hooked up to a CMS. Your designers can rest easy knowing they don’t have to reproduce an effect for every article or product on your site.
Who needs a project manager? You’re an organized person who can keep track of your own work, right?
I gained a new appreciation for CSS Grid when building a flexible layout for a conference schedule. The needs of the project aligned perfectly with grid’s strengths: a two-dimensional (vertical and horizontal) layout with … Read article “Building a Conference Schedule with CSS Grid”
Lindsey Kopacz has a wonderful blog about accessibility. I’ve seen a number of her articles making the rounds lately and I was like, dang I better make sure I’m subscribed. For example:
Please stop me if you’ve heard this one before. You open a modal, scroll through it, close it, and wind up somewhere else on the page than you were when you opened the modal.
I created a website called The Power of Serverless for Front-End Developers over at thepowerofserverless.info a little while back while I was learning about that whole idea. I know a little more now but still have an endless amount to learn. Still, I felt like it was time to revamp that site a bit.
Today, we are happy to announce that Googlebot now runs the latest Chromium rendering engine (74 at the time of this post) when rendering pages for Search. Moving forward, Googlebot will regularly update its rendering engine to ensure support for latest web platform features.
Code golfing is a type of programming where the goal is to accomplish a task using as few bytes as possible. CSSBattle is a code golfing battleground where players complete to recreate target images using CSS and HTML.