Category: CSS

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The Best CSS Frameworks of 2017

I recently read an article over at HostPresto that talked about the best PHP frameworks of 2017. But in my opinion, a website is only as good as its front end. So I figured I’d put together a list of what I feel are the best CSS frameworks around (at...

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Understanding and Applying Recursion in CSS

According to Wikipedia ” Recursion occurs when a thing is defined in terms of itself or of its type.” This is the same effect you have when shooting a screen with the camera broadcasting on that same screen, or if you put two mirrors in front of each other. In...

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5 Reasons Why I Love Sass

Sass has come into my life to simplify the work of writing CSS. Its structure greatly facilitates organizing a project and helps you avoid repeating the lines of code over and over again. That’s why I want to share some of the reasons I love Sass. For those who do...

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How to Control font sizes with Sass

Working on a new project with my favorite CSS frameworks I realized that it is not easy to keep file size small. This problem usually occurs with colors: it’s very easy to get carried away while making a design and add many shades of gray, for example. The same goes for...

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10 CSS Best Practices for 2015

CSS is a vast styling language and you can do so much with it. With so many selectors, properties and elements things can get a little messy.  But for better result you should keep your CSS code simple and clean. There are so many CSS tools and tricks that can...

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Z-Index

Most CSS properties are easy to understand. Often, the use of any of them to a markup element gives immediate results of applying. Just refresh the page and you can see the effect of the application. However, there are some properties that are more complex and works under the certain...