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Freebie: Dusk UI Icons (SVG, EPS, PDF, PNG)

Today we have a great freebie by the Icons8 team shared exclusively with Codrops readers! The freebie is a set of 80 lovely UI icons from the new Dusk…

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Creating a Design System Process with UXPin

There's never a better time to work in software. Developers and designers are among the most desired people on the market. Companies all over the world…

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Server-Side React Rendering

React is best known as a client-side JavaScript framework, but did you know you can (and perhaps should!) render React sever-side? Suppose you've built…

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Новые гриды уже в Edge Insider Preview

Радостная новость от Microsoft: буквально несколько часов назад статус самого, наверное, популярного запроса к разработчикам Edge — обновить реализацию…

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Collective #325

Our Sponsor UX teams learn from customers faster with NomNom Get all your customer feedback and user research in one place. Check it out Designing…

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Reactive UI’s with VanillaJS – Part 2: Class Based Components

In Part 1, I went over various functional-style techniques for cleanly rendering HTML given some JavaScript data. We broke our UI up into component functions…

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Naming Things is Only Getting Harder

I was working with CSS Grid and came to the grid-column and grid-row properties. I paused for a moment. They're not overly complicated. They are shorthand…

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What Does a Well-Documented CSS Codebase Look Like?

In the front-end community, there is a lot of attention related to documenting JavaScript. That's not so much the case with CSS. Often times I feel like…

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Connect: behind the front-end experience

Some fantastic behind-the-scenes stuff about Stripe's design work by Benjamin De Cock. Absolutely everything is clever and using very modern techniques…

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Oh No! Our Stylesheet Only Grows and Grows and Grows! (The Append-Only Stylesheet Problem)

This is a real worry these days. I've heard it from lots of lots of developers. The years tick by on their projects, and all they ever seem to do is add…

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Большая статья про гриды (CSS Grid Layout)

Мы давно изучали CSS-гриды, сами и вместе с зарубежными авторами. Тогда же возникла мысль оформить результат в виде подробного руководства по ним, вроде…

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The $1,000 Podcasting Setup

I figure between (as I write) the 267 episodes of ShopTalk, 134 episodes of CodePen Radio, 154 video screencasts (and many hundreds more as part of the…

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Collective #324

Inspirational Website of the Week: Flavien Guilbaud Some interesting animations and hover interactions made us choose Flavien Guilbaud’s portfolio this…

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Handling Long and Unexpected Content in CSS

When we write CSS, sometimes we forget about some edge cases in the designs. For example, when the content is longer than we expected and we didn't account…

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How the minmax() Function Works

Another swell post by Ire Aderinokun, this time on the curious minmax() CSS function and how it works alongside the CSS Grid features that we've been experimenting…

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Free Guide to Using cPanel & WordPress​

Managed WordPress hosting is a great choice if you need a hosting solution that's optimized for WordPress. But it's only for WordPress. What if you need…

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Using Mixins in Vue.js

It's a common situation: you have two components that are pretty similar, they share the same basic functionality, but there's enough that's different…

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Collective #323

This content is sponsored via Syndicate Ads Get Your Next Tech Job Faster. Get Hired On Hired, companies apply to you. Get in front of 6,000 innovative…

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Introduction to Webpack: Entry, Output, Loaders, and Plugins

Front-end development has shifted to a modular approach, improving the encapsulation and structure of codebases. Tooling became a critical part of any…

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Firefox 54 (+)

В летнем выпуске веб-браузера Firefox: поддержка геометрических фигур в CSS-свойстве clip-path; новые возможности WebExtensions API: переопределение…

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CSS Animations vs Web Animations API

There is a native API for animation in JavaScript known as the Web Animations API. We'll call it WAAPI in this post. MDN has good documentation on it,…

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An Introduction to the `fr` CSS unit

With all the excitement around CSS Grid, I haven't seen as much talk about the new fr CSS length unit (here's the spec). And now that browser support is…

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Выпуск №72

Только для Chrome, анонсы Safari, Chrome и Edge, гриды, Шорты, стример Юра, Stylelint и Node.js. — Ольга Алексашенко — Вадим Макеев — Алексей Симоненко…

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A Little Example of Data Massaging

I'm not sure if "data massaging" is a real thing, but that's how I think of what I'm about to describe. Dave and I were thinking about a bit of a redesign…

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Collective #322

Inspirational Website of the Week: ouiwill Smooth animations, great typography and a modern layout made us pick ouiwill this week. Get inspired …

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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXI

All the latest happenings! As I like to do, I round up a bunch of things that have happened in the past few months around here on this site, over at CodePen…

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The Equilateral Triangle of a Perfect Paragraph

Still, too many web designers neglect the importance of typography on the web. So far, I've only met a few that really understand typography and know how…

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An intro to web components with otters

Monica Dinculescu on web components and why we might care: ... before web components came around, you had to wait on all browsers to agree on a new element…

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World Wide Web, Not Wealthy Western Web

Bruce Lawson explores many of the misconceptions that web designers might have when building websites. The crux of his argument is that we should be focusing…

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Building a Directory with the Twitter API

Last month, designer Helen Tran asked people to name to name five women designers that they thought were valuable to the industry: I need you to help…

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How to improve your site’s UX

Let's face it, it's tough to be a web designer today. You have to stand up in front of the class and let people pick apart the thing you spent 10 hours…

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Aspect Ratio Boxes

I had a little situation the other I needed to make one of those aspect-ratio friendly boxes. This isn't particularly new stuff. I think the original credit…

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Collective #321

This content is sponsored via Syndicate Ads Fuse: A Better Way To Make Native Apps Making cross-platform, native apps for iOS and Android is needlessly…

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Masking vs. Clipping: When to Use Each

I was recently doing some client work where I used both <clipPath>s and <mask>s in SVG to hide and show content for animation. When I started…

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Oh wait, I was looking at production

Oh so true: Why won't this CSS change?! Restart server >Nope rm -rf everything >Nope rebuild dev env >Nope Oh wait, I was looking…

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Letter Effects and Interaction Ideas

Today we’d like to share four typography animations with you. Letters are such a great thing to play with and they allow for so many interesting interactions…

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Как работает функция minmax()

Перевод статьи How the minmax() Function Works с сайта bitsofco.de, опубликовано на css-live.ru с разрешения автора — Ире Адеринокун. Одна из невероятно…

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Creating Yin and Yang Loaders On the Web

I came across a couple such animations a while ago and this gave me the idea of creating my own versions with as little code as possible, no external libraries…

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Breaking Out with CSS Grid Explained

Tyler Sticka shared a slick technique for breaking out content in a CSS Grid layout, but Rachel Andrew goes the extra mile to explain why the technique…

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Парадоксы display:contents и будущее текста в CSS

Внимание: информации, которую вы найдете в этой статье, нет ни на одном зарубежном ресурсе. Тем более в переводах (если кто-то готов перевести этот материал…