This is a great collection of icons by Corey Ginnivan that’s both free and with no attribution required when you use them. The style is super simple. Each icon looks like older versions of the icons from macOS to me because they’re cute but not too cute.… Read article “System UIcons”
Sir Tim Berners-Lee is fascinated with information. It has been his life’s work. For over four decades, he has sought to understand how it is mapped and stored and transmitted. How it passes from person to person. How the seeds of information become the roots of dramatic change. It is so fundamental to the work that he has done that when he wrote the proposal for what would eventually become the World Wide Web, he called it “Information Management, a … Read article “Chapter 1: Birth”
The aim of this article is not to teach basic CSS to those who already know it but rather to highlight the things that inspired a newcomer and hopefully inspire … Read article “Want to get better at code? Teach someone CSS.”
What if you have some content on one site and want to display that content on another site? We can do this in the browser no problem. We can fetch it, and plunk it onto the page.
This is a masterclass from Dave:
Say you have five buttons. Each button is a step. If you click on the fourth button, you’re on step 4 of 5, and you want to display that.
Well, that’s how it works when words are separated by spaces or other whitespace. As far as CSS goes, there are … Read article “When a Line Doesn’t Break”
The following is a guest post written by Carlos Schults.
With a larger site, we can expect to see more of this. More data, more APIs, and more special circumstances. As sites grow like … Read article “Stay DRY Using axios for API Requests”
But it gets more complicated and disappointing from there.… Read article “The Trickery it Takes to Create eBook-Like Text Columns”