Category: CSS

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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...

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Software We Pay For – CodePen.IO – Medium

I saw a Twitter thread go around recently about the monthly costs for services from the perspective of a web developer. Years ago I did a post like that over on CSS-Tricks, also from...

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Too Much Accessibility | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On December 3, 2018 accessibility, semantics I like to blog little veins of thought as I see them. We recently linked to an article by Facundo Corradini calling out a tweet...

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Embed a Blog Onto Any Website With DropInBlog

Sponsored On November 30, 2018 With DropInBlog, you can embed a blog into your site in only three minutes. A quick JavaScript/HTML widget, or a full-featured JSON API, is all it takes. A headless...

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Nesting Components in Figma | CSS-Tricks

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been building our UI Kit at Gusto, where I work, and this is a Figma document that contains all of our design patterns and components so that...