Category: CSS

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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...

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Celebrating Web Standards on Blue Beanie Day

On Friday, November 30, 2018, web professionals will celebrate the twelfth Blue Beanie Day. It’s the day when web professionals around the world celebrate web standards by publishing articles, gathering for meetups and team...

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DevTools for Designers | CSS-Tricks

This is such an interesting conversation thread that keeps popping up year after year. The idea is that there could (and perhaps should) be in-browser tooling that helps web designers do their job. This...