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The Almanac is “Complete”

Published by Chris Coyier

This is just a note to let ya'll know The Almanac section on CSS-Tricks is complete. Not complete as in totally done and never will be changed or anything foolish like that, but complete as in all CSS selectors and CSS properties are present and have complete informational pages about them.

It took a while! I wrote a good number of them, but then pulled in help to get it all completed. Big thanks to: Louis Lazaris, Estelle Weyl, Zachary Kain, Dennis Gaebel, Hugo Giraudel, Timothy Miller, Jared Stephens, Chris Burton, Rob Simpson, and Sacha Schmid for helping out (sorry if I missed anyone there!).

I already have several big ideas to make it better, so we'll just keep trucking along there. If you see something incorrect in there, just leave a comment. I'll see it and fix it.

Comments

  1. Spreading the word! and many thanks :)

  2. This is awesome! Hopefully I can help again in the future with updating or editing :) You’re the man dawg. CSS-Tricks 4 lyfe!

  3. This is great! I love you??

  4. andrew
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    Awesome resource, but IMO, the skeuomorphic “book” design is a little jarring & makes it hard to look at.

  5. Hey, glad to see you finally went through this; now it’s time to update all the things! :D

    It’s been nice helping you anyway Chris! Be sure to ask if you ever need more help in the future. :)

  6. Tyler Rolfe
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    What an accomplishment! Many thanks!

  7. Glad to do my part helping people learn CSS! Like you said, let’s keep on truckin’!

  8. Jiri
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    Thank you!

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    Is it supposed to be Alamanac or Almanac? :-D

  10. Camaron Ornelas
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    Awesome man helpful for everyone in the industry.

  11. Happy to help, Chris. I’ve been using the Almanac quite a bit lately, thanks for making it happen!

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    This is like porn for me.

  13. Perfect and Rich info.

  14. Just commenting to say: Thanks for letting me help with this, Chris.

    Also posting a comment because over the past week or so I’m no longer getting notified of new CSS-Tricks posts (which I assume may be happening to others, too?) and the only way to re-subscribe is to post a comment and hit the checkbox…. I mean, no CSS-Tricks notifications….? Why don’t you just take away my three meals a day while you’re at it?? :)

    • This is the second time I’ve heard of it, so something is definitely going on. I rely on JetPack for that and I’ve had nothing but trouble with it. Plus it’s the only feature I use from JetPack – which is gigantic. So might just ditch it all together and see if there is some smaller kinda deal I can use. Although that means losing all current subscriptions again.

  15. Shalabh
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    Great work Chris!! Alamanac is my daily-reference

  16. Excellent roundup, very useful and some stuff I’ve never even heard of. I did however notice that calc() is missing. Intentional?

    • Not sure where that would go. It’s not really a selector or property. It’s not even really a value =). The blog might be the best place for that, in which I recently just did an article.

    • Not sure where that would go. It’s not really a selector or property. It’s not even really a value =). The blog might be the best place for that, in which I recently just did an article.

      Hmm yeah true, it is an odd one. I forgot that it comes after a property briefly. I was actually suprised by the support of it.

  17. Michael
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    Would you consider adding @media as an entry(s)? When I need a quick lookup I always come here….

  18. Leland
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    Chris, you’re the man.

  19. I want to build a glossary of terms and definitions for my own website, too…

    I have written the raw content, but I’m looking to find a suitable WP plugin for the task.

    Can you tell me what WP plugin have you employed for your Almanac, Chris?..

    Many thanks in advance for revealing this info!

    Cheers,

    ~Steve

  20. Pierre
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    Great resource but I agree with Andrew, ditch the skeumorphic book. I have nothing against skeumorphism but in this case is makes the site uncomfortable to read and consume. I get it’s a tie in to the whole “Farmers almanac” idea but it’s just not necessary imo.

  21. caseybaggz
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    And that’s how it’s done!

    Thanks so much! A great edition to the site!

  22. Daniel Grigorov
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    Good job, Chris. I can’t find a word in my dictionary that describes how big is your contribution to the web community :) Keep it up !

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    I wanna turn the lights down low and “validate”

  24. Fantastic and invaluable resource. Thanks for taking the time to create it.

    Yet another reason to keep coming back to CSS-Tricks

  25. Bryce
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    dude, you are such a boss. Thank you SO much.

  26. Wow… great work dude!!!
    is awesome!

    thank you! =D

  27. Just noticed that ‘text-orientation’ defined in http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css-writing-modes/ is missing.

  28. Hey Chris – could you please help me with an answer to my question above, on July 12th, about the plugin used?

    You can send me an email if you don’t want to make it public.

    Thanks,
    ~Steve

  29. Great work and thank you. I’m very interested to translate this almanac into Persian, and put it to my weblog whit copyright absolutely. May I?
    Thanks.

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