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Responsive Styling Using Attribute Selectors

One of the challenges we face when implementing class-based atomic styling is that it often depends on a specific breakpoint for context. We can prefix each breakpoint. This works well until we start adding multiple classes. That’s when it becomes difficult to keep a track what relates to what and where to add, remove. or change stuff.
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A Complete Guide to Data Attributes

Everything you ever wanted to know about data attributes in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
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Styling Based on Scroll Position

Rik Schennink documents a system for being able to write CSS selectors that style a page when it has scrolled to a certain point. If you’re like me, you’re already on the lookout for document.addEventListener('scroll' ... and being terrified about performance. Rik gets to that right away by both debouncing the function as well as marking the event as passive.… Read article “Styling Based on Scroll Position”

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Text Wrapping & Inline Pseudo Elements