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Chris Coyier, CSS

Hiding Content Responsibly

We’ve covered the idea of hiding things in CSS many times here, the most recent post being Marko Ilic’s “Comparing Various Ways to Hide Things inCSS” which did a nice job of co..

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Miroslav Nikolov, CSS

React Component Tests for Humans

React component tests should be interesting, straightforward, and easy for a human to build and maintain.Yet, the current state of the testing library ecosystem is not sufficient to motivate developer..

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Geoff Graham, CSS

Whats the Backup Plan for Your WordPress Site?

Of all the reasons we love and use Jetpack for CSS-Tricks—a poster child WordPress site—is that we can sleep easy at night knowing we have real-time backups running with Jetpack Backup. That way, no m..

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Rob O'Leary, CSS

Getting Deep into Shadows

Lets talk shadows in web design. Shadows add texture, perspective, and emphasize the dimensions of objects. In web design, using light and shadow can add physical realism and can be used to make rich..

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Geoff Graham, CSS

To the brain, reading computer code is not the same as reading language

One of the things I do when teaching beginning front-end development is ask students to describe what it’s like to read HTML. I give them pretty basic markup for a long-form article, and ask the..

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Chris Coyier, CSS

Clipping Scrollable Areas On The inline-start Side

On a default left-to-right web page, “hanging” an element off the right side of the page e.g. position: absolute; right: -100px; triggers a horizontal scrollbar that scrolls as far as ne..

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