We are always looking to make the web more accessible. Color contrast is just math, so Sass can help cover edge cases that designers might have missed.
Accessibility is a hot topic these days, and the older we web-makers get, the hotter it's going to become! That might be a snarky outlook, but what I'm try
The Media Queries Level 4 specification has introduced a new syntax for targeting a range of viewport widths using common mathematical comparison operators, like , and =, that make more sense…
In design, reflections are stylized mirror images of objects. Even though they are not as popular as shadows, they have their moments — just think about the
Writing code is only one small piece of being a developer. In order to be efficient and capable at our jobs, we must also excel at debugging. When I dedica
The developer’s debugging console has been available in one form or another in web browsers for many years. Starting out as a means for errors to be
The :has() pseudo-class is, hands-down, my favorite new CSS feature. I know it is for many of you as well, at least those of you who took the State of CSS
I wrote up some early thoughts on container style queries a little while back. It's still early days. They're already defined in the CSS Containment Module
Pavithra Kodmad asked people for recommendations on what they thought were some of the most timeless articles about web development that have changed
Like any other programming language, CSS has functions. They can be inserted where you’d place a value, or in some cases, accompanying another value declaration.
CSS trigonometry functions are here! Well, they are if you’re using the latest versions of Firefox and Safari, that is. Having this sort of mathematical power
Our comprehensive guide to CSS flexbox layout. This complete guide explains everything about flexbox, focusing on all the different possible properties for the parent element (the flex container) and the child elements (the flex items). It also includes history, demos, patterns, and a browser support chart.
I was recently working on a modern take of the blogroll. The idea was to offer readers a selection of latest posts from those blogs in a magazine-style
CSS Container Queries are still gaining traction and many of us are getting our hands wet with them, even if it’s for little experiments or whatnot. They’ve
Designing for long-form articles on the web is wrought with tons of considerations to create a relaxed and comfortable reading experience.
So you want an auto-playing looping video without sound? In popular vernacular this is the very meaning of the word GIF. The word has stuck around but the
Whenever we build simple or complex layouts using CSS Grid, we're usually positioning items with line numbers. Grid layouts contain grid lines that are
In a previous article, I looked at CSS Grid's ability to create complex layouts using its auto-placement powers. I took that one step further in another
We all make mistakes in our code. CSS mistakes are super easy to make and these are just a few of the most common ones I find myself correcting.
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