Why do this at all? Well there are few reasons, but two stand out in particular:
Since I first chimed in on the CSS4¹ thing, there's been tons of more discussion on it. I'm going to round up my favorite thoughts from others here. There is an overwhelming amount of talk about this, so I'm going to distill it here down as far as I can, hopefully making it easier to follow.… Read article
<summary> elements in HTML are useful for making content toggles for bits of text. By default, you see the
<summary> element with a toggle triangle (▶︎) next to it. Click that to expand the rest of the text inside the
But let's say you want to be able to click it open and that's that. Interactivity over. I saw this used in one of those "Read more" article designs, where you click that "Read more" … Read article
One thing that caught my eye on the list of features for Lea Verou's
conic-gradient() polyfill was the last item:
Supports double position syntax (two positions for the same color stop, as a shortcut for two consecutive color stops with the same color)
Surprisingly, I recently discovered most people aren't even aware that double position for gradient stops is something that actually exists in the spec, so I decided to write about it.
According to the spec:
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Web development is always changing. One trend in particular has become very popular lately, and it fundamentally goes against the conventional wisdom about how a web page should be made. It is exciting for some but frustrating for others, and the reasons for both are difficult to explain.
A web page is traditionally made up of three separate parts with separate responsibilities: HTML code defines the structure and meaning of the content on a page, CSS code defines its appearance, … Read article
Storyblok is a headless but component-based CMS with a built-in live-preview. You can use it for building fast and reliable websites and power native apps with your favorite technology.
Let us start with the basics and what a headless CMS is:
A headless content management system is a back-end only content management system (CMS) built from the ground up as a content repository that makes content accessible via a RESTful or GraphQL API for display on any device.
At … Read article