Category Archives: Website Development

5 Mental Techniques to Utilize in Email Newsletter

5 Mental Techniques to Utilize in Email Newsletter

Email marketing plays a huge part in establishing the brand name. Whether you run a normal blog site or hold the reins of an international estore, it is among those things that supports the success of the endeavor. Think it or not, despite the fact that social networks overpopulate the life of individuals in 2020, […]

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXVIII

CSS-Tricks Chronicle XXXVIII

Hey hey, these “chronicle” posts are little roundups of news that I haven’t gotten a chance to link up yet. They are often things that I’ve done off-site, like be a guest on a podcast or online conference. Or it’s news from other projects I work on. Or some other thing I’ve been meaning to […]

Some Innocent Fun With HTML Video and Progress

Some Innocent Fun With HTML Video and Progress

The idea came while watching a mandatory training video on bullying in the workplace. I can just hear High School Geoff LOL-ing about a wimp like me have to watch that thing. But here we are. The video UI was actually lovely, but it was the progress bar that really caught my attention – or […]

Real-World Efficiency of Brotli

Real-World Efficiency of Brotli

22 April, 2020 Composed by Harry Roberts on CSS Wizardry. Tabulation Smaller sized Does Not Always Mean Faster TCP, Packets, and Round Trips What About the Real life? Running the Tests Findings First-Party vs. Third-Party Compression Levels So What? Among the more essential guidelines of constructing quick sites is to optimise your properties, and where […]

OLX Gets A Brand Name New Logo Design and Platform Style

OLX Gets A Brand Name New Logo Design and Platform Style

If you have actually lived beyond the United States, then you have actually most likely become aware of and even utilized OLX a minimum of as soon as in your life time. OLX is a quite huge offer. OLX is a platform where you can offer and purchase anything; products and services alike. You wish […]

A Book Apart Turning 10

A Book Apart Turning 10

Early congratulations, A Book Apart! That’s a hell of a milestone. I’m quite sure I’ve read more A Book Apart books than any other tech book publisher. Katel LeDu runs the ship over there, and she’s given me very special pack of discount codes that will get you my book, Practical SVG, for free. So […]

10 Websites and Apps All Designers Should Be Using

10 Websites and Apps All Designers Should Be Using

As a designer, we’re overloaded with choices every day, but there are some apps that are absolutely worth your time and investment. Finding the best ones and most useful ones can be a difficult task, so we’re going to make things easy for you and give you our top 10 apps and websites we couldn’t […]

Click When, Select All; Click Once Again, Select Normally

Click When, Select All; Click Once Again, Select Normally

CSS lets you manage how text choice appears and acts on your pages. This can assist you enhance use in particular circumstances and include a bit of visual style. Let’s dive in! Select All In some cases it’s good to have all the text in a component instantly chosen when you click it. This is […]

[David Baron’s] Thoughts on an implementable path forward for Container Queries

[David Baron’s] Thoughts on an implementable path forward for Container Queries

The idea of Container Queries has been discussed widely, such as in WICG/container-queries and in w3c/csswg-drafts#3852. CSS authors want a way to use a feature like media queries on a part of the page. Many of the use cases underlying this desire relate to things that are component-like, that is, pieces of a web page […]

Alpine.js: The JavaScript Framework That’s Used Like jQuery, Written Like Vue, and Inspired by TailwindCSS

Alpine

We have big JavaScript frameworks that tons of people already use and like, including React, Vue, Angular, and Svelte. Do we need another JavaScript library? Let’s take a look at Alpine.js and you can decide for yourself. Alpine.js is for developers who aren’t looking to build a single page application (SPA). It’s lightweight (~7kB gzipped) […]