Michelle Barker outlines different CSS Grid placement methods, how to use auto-flow to avoid having to explicitly place every item, and why sometimes grid items might not be placed where you expect them to be.
Ana Tudor looks at the structure inside <input type=’color’> elements, browser inconsistencies, why they look a certain way in a certain browser, and how to dig into it.
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Articles & Tutorials
Rachel Andrew explores lists in CSS, and some interesting features defined in the CSS Lists specification — markers and counters.
Travis Almand dives into clip-path and shows how you can use it to create complex animations.
Justin Avery explains why you shouldn’t use font smoothing.
Christopher Schmitt shows how to provide an effect similar to placeholder text — without limiting or locking out people with disabilities.
Léonie Watson outlines the difference between keyboard and screen reader navigation.
Every great website begins with a great domain. A .design domain name lets people know what you do before they arrive to your site.
A module that goes through your CSS to find relevant statistics, like the number of rules, the amount of !important rules, unique colors, and more.
Git plugin to list TODO, FIXME, TESTME, DOCME comments in a repository.
Nguyen Tuong Van created a stylish self-portrait using CSS.