Category: CSS

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XOXO 2018 | CSS-Tricks

By Robin Rendle On September 13, 2018 conferences There’s not much talk about frameworks here. There’s no shaming about old techniques, or jokes about JavaScript. There’s just a couple hundred people all around me...

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Updating a CSS Variable with JavaScript

By Chris Coyier On September 12, 2018 custom properties Here’s a CSS variable (formally called a “CSS custom property”): :root { –mouse-x: 0px; –mouse-y: 0px; } Perhaps you use them to set a position:...

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Working With Events in React

Most of the behavior in an application revolves around events. User enters a value in the registration form? Event. User hits the submit button? Another event. Events are triggered a number of ways and...

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Shadow DOM in Ionic (and Why it’s Awesome)

It lurks in the shadows…creating hidden trees…playing by a set of its own rules…it’s… SHADOW DOM! But, what exactly is Shadow DOM? Put simply, Shadow DOM is an API that is part of the...

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“Killing the URL” | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On September 7, 2018 URL It was Safari who first started hiding the complete URL. Here’s what CSS-Tricks looks like even when you’re on an article page by default in Safari:...

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The Complete CSS Demo for OpenType Features

This project is a comprehensive CSS font-feature-settings demo for OpenType features, a refined version of Syntax for OpenType features in CSS by Adobe, licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0. Featured fonts listed below are hand-picked...