Monthly archives August 2019

 CSS

Styling Links with Real Underlines | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 30

Before we come to how to style underlines, we should answer the question: should we underline? In graphic design, underlines are generally seen as unsophisticated. There are nicer ways to draw...

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 CSS

Working with Attributes on DOM Elements | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 30

The DOM is just a little weird about some things, and the way you deal with attributes is no exception. There are a number of ways to deal with the...

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 CSS

The Best (GraphQL) API is One You Write | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 29

Listen, I am no GraphQL expert but I do enjoy working with it. The way it exposes data to me as a front-end developer is pretty cool. It's like a...

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 CSS

Maskable Icons: Android Adaptive Icons for Your PWA | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 29

You’ve created a Progressive Web App (PWA), designed an icon to represent it, and now you’re installing it to your Android home screen. But, if you have a recent Android phone,...

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 CSS

A Glassy (and Classy) Text Effect | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 29

The landing page for Apple Arcade has a cool effect where some "white" text has a sort of translucent effect. You can see some of the color of the background...

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 CSS

Nested Gradients with background-clip | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 28

I can't say I use background-clip all that often. I'd wager it's hardly ever used in day-to-day CSS work. But I was reminded of it in a post by Stefan...

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 Angular 2+

Angular Tools for High Performance

by 2019 -08- 28

This post, contains a list of new tools and practices that can help us build faster Angular apps and monitor their performance over time. In each section, you’ll find links...

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 CSS

Going Buildless | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 27

I'm in a long distance relationship. That means I’m on a plane to England every few weeks, and every time I'm on that plane, I think about how nice it...

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 CSS

More Flexible Online Stores WooCommerce and Gutenberg Blocks | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 27

Blocks have become an indispensable component for managing content in WordPress since the Gutenberg editor was officially released earlier this year. Not only does WordPress include some nifty blocks right...

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 CSS

Reusable Popovers to Add a Little Pop | CSS-Tricks

by 2019 -08- 26

A popover is a transient view that shows up on top of a content on the screen when a user clicks on a control button or within a defined area....

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