Category: CSS

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Sign Up vs. Signup | CSS-Tricks

Anybody building a site in that requires users to create accounts is going to face this language challenge. You’ll probably have this language strewed across your entire site, from prominent calls-to-action in your homepage...

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Continuous Integration: The What, Why and How

Not long ago, I had a novice understanding of Continuous Integration (CI) and thought it seemed like an extra process that forces engineers to do extra work on already large projects. My team began...

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Demystifying JavaScript Testing | CSS-Tricks

Many people have messaged me, confused about where to get started with testing. Just like everything else in software, we work hard to build abstractions to make our jobs easier. But that amount of...

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Understanding the difference between grid-template and grid-auto

With all the new properties related to CSS Grid Layout, one of the distinctions that always confused me was the difference between the grid-template-* and grid-auto-* properties. Specifically the difference between grid-template-rows/columns and grid-auto-rows/columns....

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Why Do You Use Frameworks?

Nicole Sullivan asked. People said: 🐦… for the same reason that I buy ingredients rather than growing/raising all of my own food. 🐦 I write too many bugs without them. 🐦 Avoiding bikeshedding. 🐦...