Una is calling it the new responsive. A nod to the era we were most certainly in, the era of responsive design. Where responsive design was fluid grids, flexible media, and media queries, the new
Clipping and masking have been around for a while now in CSS and even have pretty decent browser support. I recently worked on a project that needed to use a clipping technique for tooltips showing
Images have become extremely important to the effectiveness of websites. They speak a 1000 words, attract attention, and stimulate emotions. However, web performance is also a growing problem for most websites. And images are at
If you’re abhorred by using inline styles, just move that style to the class attribute! And then make sure you have CSS in place that, ya know, does what it says on the box. I've
Jim Nielsen: If somebody says a comment isn’t adding any value, I would ask: to whom?Personally, I’ve never liked the advice that writing obvious comments is bad practice—probably because I write obvious comments all the
Usually, when “unused” comes up in conversation regarding CSS, it’s about removing chunks of CSS that are not used in your site or, at least, the styles not currently in use on a specific page.
Max Böck took me up on my challenge to look through a codebase and see how many of the @media queries could ultimately become @container queries. I took the bait and had a look at
I wonder where headless WordPress will land. And by “headless” I mean only using the WordPress admin and building out the user-facing site through the WordPress REST API rather than the traditional WordPress theme structure.