Category: CSS

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The Great Divide | CSS-Tricks

When JavaScript dominates the conversations around the front end, it leads to some developers feeling inadequate. In a comment on Robin Rendle’s “Front-end development is not a problem to be solved,” Nils writes: Maybe...

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Intro to React Hooks | CSS-Tricks

Hooks make it possible to organize logic in components, making them tiny and reusable without writing a class. In a sense, they’re React’s way of leaning into functions because, before them, we’d have to...

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2019 CSS Wishlist | CSS-Tricks

What do you wish CSS could do natively that it can’t do now? First, let’s review the last time we did this in 2013. ❌ “I’d like to be able to select an element...

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How Well Do You Know CSS Layout?

The difference between a CSS good experience and a long frustrating one is oftentimes a matter of a few small details. CSS is indeed nuanced. One of the most common areas where I see...