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 properties for expressing where an element should start and end on
Grid website layouts are popular due to their well-organized structure, fully responsive behavior, which will automatically adapt them to any screen size, depending on the device, and also, their user-friendly design. Today’s article focuses on finding the
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Selecting a web hosting service would not seem to be a big deal. It’s just a matter of finding one that offers speed, reliability, security, and has a good backup system; and you’re good do go. It’s
Some fantastic behind-the-scenes stuff about Stripe’s design work by Benjamin De Cock. Absolutely everything is clever and using very modern techniques. Using CSS grid for their iconic background stripes Using 3D cubes for aesthetic flair Using reduced
You can use LESS (Leaner Style Sheets) to improve your web developing techniques and to extend the functions of CSS. Although it is is a complex language extension, it can be mastered through intense study. To this
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 to their CSS, never remove.
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 different series), and all my guest podcast apperances, I’m edging