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Writing Modes And CSS Layout — Smashing Magazine

An understanding of CSS Writing Modes is useful if you want to work with vertical scripts, or change writing mode for creative reasons. However, they also underpin our new layout methods, and those ideas are increasingly being applied across all of CSS. In this article find out why Rachel Andrew believes understanding writing modes is so important.

SSCCE

You know what a "reduced test case" is, right? We've talked about it here. I imagine the concept is useful in many walks of life, but in the world of

How to add Flexbox fallback to CSS Grid

I shared how to build a calendar with CSS Grid in the previous article [https://zellwk.com/blog/calendar-with-css-grid]. Today, I want to share how to build a Flexbox fallback for the same calendar. How to provide support Generally, there are three ways to provide support when it comes to CSS. First method: Write fallback code. Overwrite fallback code. .selector { property: fallback-value; property: actual-value; } Second method: Write fallback code. Overwrite fallback code in CSS Fea

Pseudo Code

Yonatan Doron wrote a post on Medium not long ago called "Art of Code — Why you should write more Pseudo Code." Love that title, as a fan of pseudo code

Relearn CSS layout: Every Layout

If you find yourself wrestling with CSS layout, it’s likely you’re making decisions for browsers they should be making themselves. Through a series of simple, composable layouts, Every Layout will teach you how to better harness the built-in algorithms that power browsers and CSS. Source: Relearn C

Useful tools and techniques to minify your CSS - LogRocket Blog

Faster page speed, better performance, overall improved user experience — these are the advantages of minifying your CSS files. This may seem obvious, yet it remains one of the most frequently neglected performance optimizations. Minification in the simplest terms is the process of minimizing your file size by getting rid of whitespaces, line breaks, comments, delimiters, blanks, […]

Night Mode with Mix Blend Mode: Difference

## 🌚🌝 I came across the idea of _implementing night mode using_ `mix-blend-mode: difference` when I was preparing for my talk [This World Mixed and Blended](https://speak.wgao19.cc/slides/1904-mixed-and-blended) (these slides require color font support, i.e., FireFox / Safari). The original idea was only meant for a showcase and [the browser support is currently limited](https://caniuse.com/#search=mix-blend-mode). Still, I implemented it to my dev blog and had a lot of fun. So this will be what this post is about. Meanwhile, as I thought more about it, it occurs to me now that this _can be_ a legit preferred way night mode is to be done. And let me share a bit about the intuition behind that as well.

https://adamlynch.com/flexible-data-tables-with-css-grid/

Now that we've launched, I can finally talk about the secret project I've been working on for the last two years. One interesting piece of the Teamwork CRM puzzle was the "list view". It's a powerful page component which exists seven times in the app — a table on steroids essentially. I could talk about it for days but I won't bore you. I'll focus on how we added a lot of flexibility with a few lines of CSS (Grid). Namely, how we lay out data-heavy tables, how we support resizing of columns, and more.

https://cssfx.dev/

Browse a carefully crafted collection of loaders, hover effects, transitions, and other CSS effects to use in your next project. Effects are designed with an emphasis on fluidity, simplicity, and ease of use.

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