• The Bits and Bytes That Make Up a Style Sheet

    A Cascading Style Sheet is greatly used in web design as it lets the developer compartmentalize website content and its appearance into two different sections. Firstly, the HTML/XHTML takes care of populating the website with information, while everything else related to the presentation of the …

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  • Animating Single Div Art

    When you dig deep with your tools, it is amazing what you can create out of the most basic of HTML. I have been constantly impressed with “Single Div Art” by Lynn Fisher and others where you take a single generic <div> to create a …

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  • Browserlist

    Browserlist is a Good Idea

    I think, as front-end developers, we’re well aware that different browsers (and versions) support different things. We make choices based on web features we’d like to use balanced with what statistics tell us about our users and what browsers they use. Only 0.01% of users …

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  • Full Page Background Video Styles

    I bet you’ve seen it. A video background that takes up the entire browser window. There is text on top of it (hence, “background”), which is an interesting effect that you don’t see every day. The biggest reason you don’t, probably, is that you can’t …

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  • A Unified Styling Language

    1. Scoped styles It’s no secret that architecting CSS effectively at scale is incredibly difficult. When joining an existing long-lived project, it wasn’t uncommon to find that the CSS was the hardest part of the system to figure out. To counter this, the CSS community …

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  • Snap Animation States

    There are many ways to make icons for a website. Inline SVG is scalable, easy to modify with CSS, and can even be animated. If you’re interested in learning more about the merits of using inline SVG, I recommend reading Inline SVG vs Icon Fonts. …

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  • Meeting Controller

    Programming With Yii: Generating Documentation

    What You’ll Be Creating In this Programming With Yii2 series, I’m guiding readers in use of the Yii2 Framework for PHP. You may also be interested in my Introduction to the Yii Framework, which reviews the benefits of Yii and includes an overview of what’s new in Yii 2.x. Welcome! Recently, …

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    Extending HTML by Creating Custom Tags

    In this tutorial I will show you how easy it is to extend the HTML language with custom tags. The custom tags can be used to implement various behaviors, so they are a very convenient way to write less code and keep your HTML documents …

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  • The HTML Meta Tags

    A Meta tag is an  HTML  tag that describes the contents of a Web page. Meta tags appear in the first couple of lines of an  HTML  page, as a directive to the Search Engines. The Meta Tags can affect the way a web site …

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  • Build Template

    The Tools of an HTML Email Workflow

    Last week’s ShopTalk Show was all about HTML Email. It’s such a fascinating subject, as technically it is front-end web development, but it almost feels like a bizarro alternate universe. We have dozens of browsers to worry about, they have hundreds of clients to consider. …

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