Set yourself apart. Get better at what you do today and find out how you’ll be doing your job in a year or two. An Event Apart—three days of design, code, and content for people who make websites—is where ideas like responsive design and mobile first were launched, and where this year’s attendees are already learning how grid layout, CSS shapes, and other advanced techniques will fundamentally change…well, everything. Don’t miss it!
Our brand new Office Hours has been going great! We've gotten to meet some of you and help you out of some problems.
We've learned, though, that many of you just like to listen, talk shop, and don't necessarily have a problem you need help with right this second. So, we're going to start having a theme for our sessions. You can still ask any question you want, but during any question-free time, the session leader will show off and … Read article
What's the web performance situation on your main project? For simplicity, but also wide coverage, I broke it down into five choices ranging from a nobody caring to everybody caring. This isn't about how well you're doing at performance, but how much it's a part of the culture of your project.… Read article
Fun Friday thing! Natalya on CodePen made a super fun Pen.
You know how clicking a
<label></label> with a
for attribute that matches a checkbox input, it will toggle the input to checked or unchecked? That, combined with the :checked selector in CSS and the sibling combinator forms The Checkbox Hack, and you can use that to do all kinds of fun stuff. … Read article
I'd like to specially thank Treehouse today for being such an awesome long-time sponsor of CSS-Tricks. Just imagine how many people they have helped over the years learn web and mobile design and development. It's damn impressive. I've watched Treehouse evolve over the years and you can see how their experience with students guides how they teach and how the site works. For instance, I love how there are different ways to learn: take a track toward a goal like … Read article