Category: CSS

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JavaScript to Native (and Back!)

By Chris Coyier On December 13, 2018 flutter, native apps, react, react native I admit I’m quite intrigued by frameworks that allow you write apps in web frameworks because they do magic to make...

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Keep Math in the CSS

There is a sentiment that leaving math calculations in your CSS is a good idea that I agree with. This is for math that you could calculate at authoring time, but specifically chose not...

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Adactio: Journal—Prototypes and production

When we do front-end development at Clearleft, we’re usually delivering production code, often in the form of a component library. That means our priorities are performance, accessibility, robustness, and other markers of quality when...

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Why isn’t it <style src=””>?

The way JavaScript works is we can do scripts as an inline block: let foo = “bar”; Or, if the script should be fetched from the network… /js/global.js With CSS, we can do an...

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Edge’s Announcements | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On December 6, 2018 edge The public-consumption blog post: Ultimately, we want to make the web experience better for many different audiences. People using Microsoft Edge (and potentially other browsers) will...

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Accessible SVG Icons with Inline Sprites

If we were searching for reasons to use icons on a project, we don’t need to go far in order to find them. As Oliver Reichenstein wonderfully put it in his talk “On Icons”...

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What do you name color variables?

What naming scheme do you use for color variables? Have you succeeded at writing CSS that uses color variables in a manner agnostic to the colors they represent?I’ve tried all of the following, and...

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Compound Components in React Using the Context API

Compound components in React allow you to create components with some form of connected state that’s managed amongst themselves. A good example is the Form component in Semantic UI React. To see how we...