Category: CSS

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The Power of Named Transitions in Vue

Vue offers several ways to control how an element or component visually appears when inserted into the DOM. Examples can be fading in, sliding in, or other visual effects. Almost all of this functionality...

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A Website is a Car and Not a Book

I’ve been wondering for a good long while why it feels like web design and development isn’t respected as much as native app development= and why the front-end role in many organizations is seen...

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Inline SVG… Cached | CSS-Tricks

I wrote that using inline <svg> icons makes for the best icon system. I still think that’s true. It’s the easiest possible way to drop an icon onto a page. No network request, perfectly...

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Accessibility Events | CSS-Tricks

“There isn’t some way to know when—…?” There is always a pause here. The client knows what they’re asking, and I know what they’re asking, but putting it into words—saying it out loud—turns unexpectedly...

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The Serif Tax | CSS-Tricks

Fonts are vector. Vector art with more points makes for larger files than vector art with fewer points. Custom fonts are downloaded. So, fonts with less points in their vector art are smaller. That’s...