There is a helluva gotcha with styling a <details> element, as documented here by Kitty Guiraudel. It’s obscure enough that you might never run into it, but if you do, I could see it being
You might already know about the CSS gap property. It isn’t exactly new, but it did gain an important new ability last year: it now works in Flexbox in addition to CSS Grid. That, and
(This is a sponsored post.) Many developers love working with static site generators like Gatsby and Hugo. These powerful yet flexible systems help create beautiful websites using familiar tools like Markdown and React. Nearly every
What Are Intro Videos? Simply put, intro videos are the first thing your viewers see as a video starts. It sets their expectations even before they start watching the video content. It comes right after
Here’s a common thought and question: how do browsers prioritize what they work on? We get little glimpses of it sometimes. We’re told to “star issues” in bug trackers to signal interest. We’re told to
Have you ever been in a situation where you wish you could have some control over the values in an object or array? Maybe you wanted to prevent certain types of data or even validate
Templating makes the web go round. The synthesis of data and structure into content. It’s our coolest superpower as developers — grab some data, then make it work for us, in whatever presentation we need.