The Web Almanac is an annual state of the web report combining the web community’s expertise with the data and trends of the HTTP Archive.
Thank you for opening the first issue of 2021. And even more for all of your support in the past year.
I’ve revealed a bit about my plans with this newsletter on my blog, and I’ll continue sending you only the most relevant articles to help you stay in the loop with everything important related to CSS.
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Rob O’Leary explains how to use Chrome DevTools to debug common CSS Grid issues.
Ahmad Shadeed wrote an ebook full of tips and techniques on how to debug CSS, which will help you significantly reduce the time you spend on debugging and fixing CSS bugs.
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Articles & Tutorials
Steve Fulghum looks at how you can use CSS Paint API to create intricate drop shadows within a border-image.
Jay Freestone shows how to create bulletproof ‘flag’ components using CSS Grid.
Melanie Richards explains how to get position sticky working on a grid item.
James Graham and Maja Frydrychowicz explore the current web-application testing landscape and explain what Firefox is doing today to allow developers to run more kinds of tests.
Amber Wilson shows how to create accessible anchor links.
I’m running another newsletter called Inspiration Bits. The content is not technical but rather inspirational; it intends to initiate change bit by bit, person by person. It’s for the people who seek progress, who want to thrive and improve. It’s for you.
A simple online tool to configure, generate & download code for SVG waves.
An online color palette composer inspired by audio parametric equalizers.
Inès created a lovely illustration using only CSS.