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5 Tips for Starting a Front-End Refactor

For the last two weeks, I've been working on a really large refactor project at Gusto and I realize that this is the first time that a project like this…

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Sponsor: Media Temple

(This is a sponsored post.) Media Temple is my web host here at CSS-Tricks. I still remember what it was like buying my first web hosting, pointing a…

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A Look Back at the History of CSS

When you think of HTML and CSS, you probably imagine them as a package deal. But for years after Tim Berners-Lee first created the World Wide Web in 1…

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Collective #358

Our Sponsor Online Master’s in Information Design and Strategy This online, part-time program at Northwestern University is taught by industry leaders…

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On-Site Search

CSS-Tricks is a WordPress site. WordPress has a built-in search feature, but it isn't tremendously useful. I don't blame it, really. Search is a product…

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I haven’t experienced imposter syndrome, and maybe you haven’t either

In recent years it’s become trendy to discuss how we all apparently suffer from this imposter syndrome - an inability to internalize one's accomplishments…

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Dynamic Shape Overlays with SVG

Today we’d like to share another way of achieving morphing page transitions. This time, we’ll generate multiple SVG curves with JavaScript, making many…

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Prettier + Stylelint: Writing Very Clean CSS (Or, Keeping Clean Code is a Two-Tool Game)

It sure is nice having a whole codebase that is perfectly compliant to a set of code style guidelines. All the files use the same indentation, the same…

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The Art of Comments

I believe commenting code is important. Most of all, I believe commenting is misunderstood. I'm tentative to write this article at all. I am not a commenting…

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Getting Nowhere on Job Titles

Last week on ShopTalk, Dave and I spoke with Mandy Michael and Lara Schenck. Mandy had just written the intentionally provocative "Is there any value in…

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Выпуск №90

Затишье браузеров, цифры Гитхаба, загрузка картинок, (не)нужные книги, война за CSS, редизайн Slack, спецвыпуски. — Вадим Макеев — Алексей Симоненко Обсуждайте…

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Collective #357

Inspirational Website of the Week: A friend of mine Innovative details and some awesome organic shape morphs make this site our pick this week. Get…

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A Bit on Buttons

1 The other day we published an article with a bonafide CSS trick where an element with a double border could look like a pause icon, and morph nicely…

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Writing Smarter Animation Code

If you've ever coded an animation that's longer than 10 seconds with dozens or even hundreds of choreographed elements, you know how challenging it can…

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CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXII

Hey y'all! Time for a quick Chronicle post where I get to touch on and link up some of the happenings around the site that I haven't gotten to elsewhere…

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Let There Be Peace on CSS

Cristiano Rastelli: In the last few months there’s been a growing friction between those who see CSS as an untouchable layer in the “separation of concerns…

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Еженедельная подборка красивых эффектов на CSS/SVG/JS #57

Подборка свежих эффектов, интересных идей и полезных наработок. Раскладка на CSS-гридах с использованием CSS-перспективы Имитация обложек музыкальных…

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You can get pretty far in making a slider with just HTML and CSS

A "slider", as in, a bunch of boxes set in a row that you can navigate between. You know what a slider is. There are loads of features you may want in…

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Wufoo

(This is a sponsored post.) When asked "Why Wufoo?" they say: Because you’re busy and want your form up and running yesterday. Wufoo is a form builder…

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Collective #356

Our Sponsor Project management is better when it’s visual Dapulse is the next generation of visual tools, built specifically for designers and developers…

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Exploring Data with Serverless and Vue: Filtering and Using the Data

In this second article of this tutorial, we'll take the data we got from our serverless function and use Vue and Vuex to disseminate the data, update our…

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Exploring Data with Serverless and Vue: Automatically Update GitHub Files With Serverless Functions

I work on a large team with amazing people like Simona Cotin, John Papa, Jessie Frazelle, Burke Holland, and Paige Bailey. We all speak a lot, as it's…

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Liquid Distortion Effects

Today we’d like to share an interesting distortion effect with you. The main concept of this demo is to use a displacement map in order to distort an underlying…

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Building a Progress Ring, Quickly

On some particularly heavy sites, the user needs to see a visual cue temporarily to indicate that resources and assets are still loading before they taking…

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Mētis

Kelly Sutton writes about programming, working with teams and the relationship to the Greek word Mētis: Mētis is typically translated into English as…

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Выпуск №89

Браузеры и разнообразие, сетки и смерть сайтов, плохая кнопка, зачем доступность, знакомьтесь: JS. — Ольга Алексашенко — Вадим Макеев Обсуждайте в Слаке…

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Collective #355

Inspirational Website of the Week: Peter Van Alphen An interesting navigation with lots of attention to detail. Our pick this week. Get inspired …

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Gutenberg

I've only just been catching up with the news about Gutenberg, the name for a revamp of the WordPress editor. You can use it right now, as it's being built…

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Лучший способ реализовать «обёртки» в CSS

Перевод статьи The Best Way to Implement a “Wrapper” in CSS с сайта css-tricks.com для CSS-live.ru, автор — Калоян Косев Иногда первое, что мы пишем…

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Making a Pure CSS Play/Pause Button

Globally, the media control icons are some of the most universally understood visual language in any kind of interface. A designer can simply assume that…

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Size Limit: Make the Web lighter

A new tool by Andrey Sitnik that: Can tell you how big your bundle is going to be (webpack assumed) Can show you a visualization of that bundle so you…

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Еженедельная подборка красивых эффектов на CSS/SVG/JS #56

Подборка свежих эффектов, интересных идей и полезных наработок. Верстка страницы в стиле комиксов на CSS-гридах Технологии: CSS grid, clip path…

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Essential Image Optimization

Addy Osmani's ebook makes the case the image optimization is too important to be left to manual processes. All images need optimization and it's the perfect…

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Get instant feedback from visitors

(This is a sponsored post.) Now you can get instant visual feedback for your website or app. Incoming Feedback from Hotjar is an easy and quick way to…

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A Lifetime of Nerdery

Hi! This is my life story as it relates to my career in tech. I got to give it at ThatConference in August 2017. It was a 90-minute romp through events…

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Vue.js Style Guide

"Style guide" as in, if you're writing JavaScript using the Vue framework, these are some guidelines they suggest you follow. Not to be confused with a…

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Collective #354

Our Sponsor Project management tools are obsolete Dapulse is the next generation of visual tools, built for designers and developers. See what everyone…

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Keeping track of letter-spacing, some guidelines

Considering that written words are the foundation of any interface, it makes sense to give your website's typography first-class treatment. When setting…

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REST versus GraphQL

I think the jury is in: GraphQL is a winner for developers consuming APIs. We format a request for the exact data we want, and the endpoint coughs it up…

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Boilerform

This is just a random idea, but I can't stop it from swirling around in my head. Whenever I need to style a form on a fresh project where the CSS and…