Ian G McDowell shares how he created a physical book using CSS.
Daniel C. Wilson explores how to apply CSS trigonometric functions to the clip-path property.
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Tailwind CSS is one of the most popular and loved libraries related to CSS. Developers either love it or hate it. I never tried it out until now; in this video, I document my experience of diving into it to create a simple menu component.
Find out how to easily center an element in CSS using position absolute, Flexbox, and CSS Grid.
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Ahmad Shadeed explains what CSS masking is, how it works, and shares a few use cases for it.
Adam Argyle shares a number of handy CSS tips.
Bramus Van Damme shows how to calculate the sine, cosine, tangent, and more in CSS.
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Blobmaker is an online generative design tool that will help you quickly create random, unique, and organic-looking SVG shapes.
Fontpair is a nice collection of fonts and font pairings for your next project.
Amit Sheen created a beautiful loading animation using CSS.