The title of this Sara Soueidan article speaks to me. I’m a big fan of the idea that some CSS is best applied globally, and some CSS is best applied scoped to a component. I’m less interested in how that is done and more interested in just seeing that conceptual approach used in some fashion.
Sara details an approach where components don’t have too much styling by default, but have CSS custom properties applied to them that are ready to … Read article “Global and Component Style Settings with CSS Variables”
I’ve been working with Aquent Gymnasium to produce a series of five short tutorial videos, which have been launching over the course of this past week. Since the last video just went live, I’m thrilled to share the whole list with you:
• Introduction to using VoiceOver on macOS
• Designing beautiful focus states
• Flexible and accessible typesetting
• Responsively designing with viewport units
• Designing beautiful and accessible drop caps
Five minutes is a real sweet … Read article “Five 5-minute Videos from Ethan on Design & Accessibility”
Ya know, for a site called “CSS-Tricks” that I’ve run for well over a decade, it’s a little funny we’ve never done a book under that name. I’ve written a book about WordPress and SVG, but never CSS!
Well, allow me to change that. I’ve been working on a “book” called The Greatest CSS Tricks Vol. I, as my attempt to stay true to this site’s name! The big idea is to make it like a coffee-table book for … Read article “Book: The Greatest CSS Tricks Vol. I”