Category: CSS

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People Talkin’ Shapes | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On December 21, 2018 clip-path, shape-outside, shapes Codrops has a very nice article on CSS Shapes from Tania Rascia. You might know shape-outside is for redefining the area by which text...

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Regarding CSS’s Global Scope | CSS-Tricks

html { font-family: Roboto, sans-serif; } With the except of some form elements, you’ve just set a font on every bit of text on a site! Nice! That’s probably what you were trying to...

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Fighting FOIT and FOUT Together

Lots from Divya with the setup: There are 2 kinds of problems that can arise when using webfonts; Flash of invisible text (FOIT) and Flash of Unstyled Text (FOUT) … If we were to...

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Ease-y Breezy: A Primer on Easing Functions

During the past few months, I’ve been actively teaching myself how to draw and animate SVG shapes. I’ve been using CSS transitions, as well as tools like D3.js, react-motion and GSAP, to create my...

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Nobody is quite wrong. | CSS-Tricks

There are two opposing views on using non-polyfillable new web features that I find are both equally common in our industry: Websites don’t need to look the same in every browser. The concept of...

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Annotated Build Processes | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On December 14, 2018 build tool, gulp, webpack When you’re putting together a build process for a site, it’s so dang useful to look at other people’s processes. I ran across...