Scott Jehl just did this for his talk Delivering Responsibly and credits Frank Chimero (e.g. The Web's Grain) and Maciej Cegłowski (e.g. The Internet With A Human …
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Jeremy Frank with a very simple and clever way to have elements not end perfectly horizontally, but at an angle:
CSSgram is a CSS library by Una Kravets recreating Instagram filters. The filters are pseudo elements on the , sitting on to of the , using different gradients, opacities, and mix-blend-modes.
Treehouse is structured, inexpensive, modern training to for learning how to be a web designer and developer. I love how they allow you learn in ways that match what you want to do. Wanna learn to build a game for iOS? They have a project you can do. Want to learn Ruby? That's a topic you can dig into. Want to learn what you need to become a web designer? That's a track.
My ES6 in Depth series consists of 24 articles covering most syntax changes and features coming in ES6. This article aims to summarize all of those, providing you with practical insight into most of ES6, so that you can quickly get started. I’ve also linked to the articles in ES6 in Depth so that you can easily go deeper …
You are the most popular text editor. You are the worst text editor. Even Notepad has search and replace. And I can make it bigger and smaller.
In which I blather about my recent trips and events, things going on here at CSS-Tricks, and over on CodePen and ShopTalk. A little about the big redesigns that have gone out. Probably a little oversharing.
It's the web developer’s multi-tool. With features like integrated FTP, SSH and support for hundreds of languages, it’s the best you can get. Especially on Windows, where SSHing into your server normally requires a separate program.
The following is a guest post by Matt DesLauriers. Matt combined a bunch of techniques and open source modules to build an incredible demo where simple recognizable icons explode into vector triangles only to reform into a completely new icon. Here he talks about some of the tools and ideas involved in making it happen, but beyond that, other approaches and other related concepts. This is some pretty advanced stuff and I hope it turns on some mental lightbulbs …
They don't read a lot of blogs, they never write blogs, they don't go to user groups, they don't tweet or facebook, and you don't often see them at large conferences. Where are these dark matter developers online?
Over the weekend I noticed an interesting design for a progress meter in a videogame. The % complete was listed in text in the middle of the bar and didn't move. But that text was the same color as the background of the bar that was filling up from left to right. It seemed like the background was going to make the text invisible once they overlapped, but instead, the text color reversed to be white instead anywhere it overlapped …
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In April 2014 Tim Evko created a WordPress plugin that used the CMS's capabilities to make using responsive images much easier (just do what you were already doing, reap benefits). He wrote about it here. Later it became the official plugin of the RICG. Now a year and a half later it was merged into WordPress core (meaning when v4.4 drops, it will be in there).
The following is a guest post by Scott Fennell. Scott is a WordPress theme & plugin developer in Anchorage, Alaska. Here, he customizes the default HTML output of WordPress' menu system to his liking, without damaging the useful things it already does.
Dave Rupert is switching to Windows in part because the web dev crowd is a little heavy on the Apple, which isn't true, generally, of the user's we build for.