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Changing Emoji Skin Tones Programmatically

So, you know how many emoji have different skin tones? Emoji skin tones are extremely popular, especially over text and on social media. The raised black fist emoji (✊🏿) was voted “The Most 2020 Emoji” by Emojipedia’s World Emoji Awards.

Each tone is a modifier and many emoji are made up of modifiers and base encodings that map to specific characters. Unfortunately, not every emoji library supports modifiers. But, given their popularity, emoji skin tone modifiers are more than a … Read article “Changing Emoji Skin Tones Programmatically”

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Excluding Emojis From Transparent Text Clipping

CSS-Tricks has this pretty cool way of styling hovered links. By default, the text is a fairly common blue. But hover of the links, and they’re filled with a linear gradient.… Read article “Excluding Emojis From Transparent Text Clipping”

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Weekly Platform News: Emoji String Length, Issues with Rounded Buttons, Bundled Exchanges

In this week’s roundup, the string length of two emojis is not always equal, something to consider before making that rounded button, and we may have a new way to share web apps between devices, even when they are offline.… Read article “Weekly Platform News: Emoji String Length, Issues with Rounded Buttons, Bundled Exchanges”

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It All Started With Emoji: Color Typography on the Web

“Typography on the web is in single color: characters are either black or red, never black and red …Then emoji hit the scene, became part of Unicode, and therefore could be expressed by characters — or “glyphs” in font terminology. The smiley, levitating businessman and the infamous pile of poo became true siblings to letters, numbers and punctuation marks.”

Roel Nieskens

Using emojis in code is easy. Head over to emojipedia and copy and paste one in.… Read article “It All Started With Emoji: Color Typography on the Web”