Michelle Barker walks you through the process of taking a seemingly simple design for a text-and-media component and deciding how best to translate it into code, keeping in mind the needs of both users and content authors.
Alvaro Montoro shares some tips and best practices to make CSS art more accessible for everyone.
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Articles & Tutorials
Šime Vidas outlines some intricacies with variable fonts in Firefox.
Patrick Brosset explains what’s new with developer tools in Firefox, Edge, Chrome, and Safari.
Kevin Powell demonstrates how can before and after pseudo-elements be used in three different ways.
Manuel Matuzovic offers some thoughts on why the div element is mostly overused.
Ben Myers looks at the semantics of the <dl> element.
Ahmad Shadeed wrote a book 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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An online tool to easily generate wavy dividers.
Vytal is an online tool that shows you what traces your browser leaves behind while surfing the web. It demonstrates how easy it is to identify and track your browser even while using private mode.
Inès created a stunning emoji toggle using CSS.