I was just working on some styling changes to my website and fell into a rabbit-hole on URLs, the <mark> element and :target pseudo-class, and ended up writing an animation as a handy technique for drawing the reader’s attention.
Reaching for Grid might feel like overkill for a one-column layout, but I hope this technique shows how useful it is in understanding what your CSS is doing!
What’s the deal with relative units? Let’s find out.
Lessons learned, pieces of wisdom (and folly), and other things I have to say after running a website blog for a while.
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I think you hit the nail on the head with this one.
As I like to think CSS is my strongest language (the ego on this guy, honestly), your simile with the layout of a keyboard was spot on—layout, in particular,…
I have been following in the footsteps of Jeremy Keith for a few months now. Dotted around my website, now, are sparklines, representing my activity over time. As an added bonus, a little tune based on the sparkline's values plays when you click on it. With a moderate amount of musical theory under my belt, here's how I accomplished that audio delight.
I've been around the block and seen many variations of variables and syntax in viewport meta tags. What's the correct way to go about it? And maybe I'll comment on the state of browsers today as well.