Miriam Suzanne shows how to align form labels and inputs in the grid-like layout using CSS subgrid, with several quick fallbacks.
Jen Simmons gives a tour of the new Firefox DevTools Accessibility Inspector that shows an outline of the accessibility tree, and lists problems with contrast or missing labels, and much more.
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Articles & Tutorials
Una Kravets takes a look at how we breathe life into our user interfaces, using animations and interactions, and how we can scale motion principles throughout our application.
Chris Coyier summarizes the gotchas when working with viewport units.
Kyle Shook shows how to create an entertaining effect using a gif and a bit of CSS.
Maks Akymenko demonstrates how to create an animated Pac-Man character while leveraging the powers of the clip-path property.
Koos Looijesteijn explains how to create accessible sidenotes in HTML.
Learn to build Vue.js applications, all the way from small and simple ones up to large enterprise-level ones. This course starts at the very basics, what Vue.js is and how it works before it moves on to more complex and advanced topics.
Trumbowyg is a small, translatable and customizable WYSIWYG editor that generates semantic code and comes with a powerful API.
Screenzy is an online app that instantly transforms pictures and screenshots into beautiful mockups ready to be shared on social media.
Matthew Rayfield created a snake game that you play in the browser developer tools.