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Chris Coyier

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How to use CSS Scroll Snap

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Maintaining Performance

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Value Bubbles for Range Inputs

HTML5 range inputs, in supported browsers and by design, don't show the user the actual value they are submitting. If you want to use the cool slider, but show the value, you'll have to do that yourself. Here we use the output element and jQuery to show the current value in a bubble that hovers above the range input.
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CSS Viewport Units

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Auto-Growing Inputs & Textareas

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Emojis as Favicons

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Performance Links

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Different Favicon for Development

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CSS :nth-of-class selector

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CSS Can Influence Screenreaders