Category: CSS

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The dialog element | Viget

Let’s talk about pop-ups. And modals, overlays, or anything else you like to call them (remember Lightbox?). Despite user experience concerns, these elements remain popular on the web. But technical implementations can be wildly...

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What are Durable Functions? | CSS-Tricks

Oh no! Not more jargon! What exactly does the term Durable Functions mean? Durable functions have to do with Serverless architectures. It’s an extension of Azure Functions that allow you to write stateful executions...

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Moving Backgrounds With Mouse Position

Let’s say you wanted to move the background-position on an element as you mouse over it to give the design a little pizzazz. You have an element like this: <div class=”module” id=”module”></div> And you...

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Material Design Animation Guides | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On October 5, 2018 animation, material design I’ve seen two guides posted to Medium about animation in the last month that have seriously blown up! There is a lot to learn...

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The Codification of Design – Snook.ca

There’s often a disconnect between the design comp and what the developers want to build. Designs feature elements that differ slightly (or grossly) from previous elements that have been designed. When this happens, developers...

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Apply a Filter to a Background Image

You can apply a filter to an entire element quite easily with the filter property. But what if you want to apply a filter just to the background of an element? It’s weirdly tricky....