Category: CSS

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Gradient Borders in CSS | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On December 28, 2018 border, border-image, gradients Let’s say you need a gradient border around an element. My mind goes like this: There is no simple obvious CSS API for this....

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Gulp for WordPress: Creating the Tasks

This is the second post in a two-part series about creating a Gulp workflow for WordPress theme development. Part one focused on the initial installation, setup, and organization of Gulp in a WordPress theme...

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Gulp for WordPress: Initial Setup

This is the first part of a two-part series on creating a Gulp workflow for WordPress theme development. This first part covers a lot of ground for the initial setup, including Gulp installation and...

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WooCommerce

(This is a sponsored post.) I just read a nicely put together story about WooCommerce over on the CodeinWP blog. WooCommerce started life as WooThemes, sort of a “premium themes” business started by just...

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An Initial Implementation of clip-path: path();

One thing that has long surprised (and saddened) me is that the clip-path property, as awesome as it is, only takes a few values. The circle() and ellipse() functions are nice, but hiding overflows...

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The Fragmented, But Evolving State of CSS-in-JS

TLDR: The CSS-in-JS community has converged on a consistent API. Not so long ago, a Facebook engineer compiled a list of the available CSS-in-JS methodologies. It wasn’t short: aphrodite, babel-plugin-css-in-js, babel-plugin-pre-style, bloody-react-styled, classy, csjs,...

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Animating Between Views in React

You know how some sites and web apps have that neat native feel when transitioning between two pages or views? Sarah Drasner has shown some good examples and even a Vue library to boot....