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Stacked “Borders”

A little while back, I was in the process of adding focus styles to An Event Apart’s web site. Part of that was applying different focus effects in different areas of the design, like white rings in the header and footer and orange rings in the main text. But in one place, I wanted rings that were more obvious—something like stacking two borders on top of each other, in order to create unusual shapes that would catch the eye.… Read article

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Gradient Borders in CSS

Let's say you need a gradient border around an element. My mind goes like this:

  • There is no simple obvious CSS API for this.
  • I'll just make a wrapper element with a linear-gradient background, then an inner element will block out most of that background, except a thin line of padding around it.

Perhaps like this… Read article

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Slicing SVG 9 Ways

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