Pearl Akpan analyzes the interface solutions like infinite scrolling, animating elements on scroll, and drag and drop, explains why an understanding of these properties is relevant, and dives into some practical use cases for them.
Joshua Comeau explores how different color formats work, how you can decipher them, and how you can use them to your advantage.
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A quick CSS tip outlining how to easily prevent scroll past the top of the page and pull-to-refresh on mobile by setting
overscroll-behavior: none; on html and body elements of a page.
A short guide on how you can fix the “Invalid active developer path” error in Git after upgrading to macOS Ventura.
Articles & Tutorials
Charlotte Dann gives a nice overview of various techniques for making decorative border shapes, including some lesser-known CSS properties, embedded SVG, and a sprinkling of Houdini.
Bramus Van Damme gives an introduction to the new CSS units that account for mobile viewports with dynamic toolbars.
Austin Gil explains why you should almost always use rems when choosing between pixel and rem units.
Sara Soueidan walks you through the process of setting up a screen reader testing environment.
Addy Osmani outlines some universal tips for debugging code.
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A timeline that shows CSS evolution and the history of tooling, libraries, frameworks, and more.
SmartShape is a library that allows you to create interactive vector shapes for the web.
Stanko created an impressive animated illustration using CSS.