Paul Lewis explains how to use SVG + 9-slicing to achieve a dynamically-sized shadow that can be animated performantly, and independently of the element it’s shadowing, and that can be easily edited.
Harry Roberts shares an approach to refactoring CSS (or any language) that he calls The Three I’s: Identify, Isolate, Implement.
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Articles & Tutorials
Rob Dodson on why you should consider using Custom Elements when building your pattern library.
George Martsoukos covers a few different CSS methods for reordering HTML elements.
Laurie Laforest shows how to set up a WordPress website for art direction by going through three progressive examples.
Kevin Kononenko explains everything you need to know about CSS Positioning on an example of an ice cream sundae.
Hugo Giraudel looks at how to put together a styleguide of components for your design using Jekyll and the Liquid template engine.
CSSConf US is back and shipping up to Boston! The conference will feature 16 talks & 3 workshops from a diverse lineup of CSS pros, including keynotes from Sara Soueidan and Sarah Drasner. With topics like SVG, Flexbox, React, Sass, and Webpack, there’s sure to be something for the CSS lover in you!
A simple app that creates shareable URLs for your Chrome DevTools Timeline traces.
A beautiful, simple, all-purpose, open source markdown editor.
Manoela Ilic shares some navigation style ideas for slideshows, pages and other components that require a navigation.