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Manage and Protect Your Apple Devices

2017-11-03T03:01:13+00:00

(This is a sponsored post.)Jamf Now is a mobile device management solution for the iPad, iPhone, and Mac devices at work. We make management tasks like deploying Wi-Fi passwords, setting up email accounts, securing company data, and enforcing passcodes, simple and affordable, so businesses can support their users. No IT required. CSS-Tricks readers can manage [...]

Manage and Protect Your Apple Devices 2017-11-03T03:01:13+00:00

A Reasonable Approach for Getting Comfortable With Command Line

2017-11-01T03:01:13+00:00

Considering how much the command line is an integral part of the developer's workflow, it should not be thought overly difficult or tedious to learn. At one time I avoided it myself, but one day began teaching myself ways to make the difficult as easy as it should be. I got over the hurdle, and [...]

A Reasonable Approach for Getting Comfortable With Command Line 2017-11-01T03:01:13+00:00

Make Like it Matters

2017-10-31T03:02:05+00:00

(This is a sponsored post.)Our sponsor Media temple is holding a contest to give away a bunch of stuff, including a nice big monitor and gift cards. Entering is easy, you just drop them an image or URL to a project you're proud of. Do it quickly though, as entries end on Tuesday. Then the [...]

Make Like it Matters 2017-10-31T03:02:05+00:00

Emulating CSS Timing Functions with JavaScript

2017-10-31T03:02:01+00:00

CSS animations and transitions are great! However, while recently toying with an idea, I got really frustrated with the fact that gradients are only animatable in Edge (and IE 10+). Yes, we can do all sorts of tricks with background-position, background-size, background-blend-mode or even opacity and transform on a pseudo-element/ child, but sometimes these are [...]

Emulating CSS Timing Functions with JavaScript 2017-10-31T03:02:01+00:00

Variable Fonts from Adobe Originals

2017-10-31T03:01:52+00:00

It's one thing to see a variable fonts demo (oooooo one font can change things like weight, width, and slant?) but it feels a lot more real when fonts you see and work with all the time go variable. Adobe made six of them available: Source Sans, Source Serif, Source Code, Myriad, Acumin, and Minion. [...]

Variable Fonts from Adobe Originals 2017-10-31T03:01:52+00:00

Sketching Interfaces

2017-10-30T03:01:34+00:00

From the same team that worked on the incredibly wild idea of using React to make Sketch documents comes an even wilder idea: Sketching seemed like the natural place to start. As interface designers, sketching is an intuitive method of expressing a concept. We wanted to see how it might look to skip a few [...]

Sketching Interfaces 2017-10-30T03:01:34+00:00

WordPress + PWAs

2017-10-30T03:01:34+00:00

One of the sessions from the Chrome Dev Summit, hosted by Das Surma and Daniel Walmsley. It's not so much about WordPress as it is about CMS powered sites that aren't really "apps", if there is such a thing, and the possibility of turning that site into a Progressive Web AppSite. I find the CMS [...]

WordPress + PWAs 2017-10-30T03:01:34+00:00

A free guide to head elements

2017-10-29T03:01:09+00:00

Josh Buchea rounds up all the stuff that could be put into the for various reasons. Fun fact I just learned, the only acceptable elements in the head are , , , , and (I think that's the complete list). If you put anything else in there at all, all browsers will abruptly end the [...]

A free guide to head elements 2017-10-29T03:01:09+00:00