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smashingmagazine.com

Lesser-Known And Underused CSS Features In 2022

CSS is constantly evolving, and some cool and useful properties either go completely unnoticed or are not talked about as much as others.

min-max-calculator.9elements.com

Min-Max-Value Interpolation Calculator

A tool that calculates the CSS clamp formula to interpolate between two values in a given viewport range.

web.dev

Building a button component

A foundational overview of how to build color-adaptive, responsive, and accessible components.

ishadeed.com

First Look At The CSS object-view-box Property

A new CSS property that will help in cropping images similar to how we use the viewBox in SVG.

youtube.com

Bringing page transitions to the web

Native apps often feature transitions between states that both look great and help communicate the type of navigation to the user.

css-tricks.com

An Interactive Starry Backdrop for Content

I was fortunate last year to get approached by Shawn Wang (swyx) about doing some work for Temporal.

blog.jim-nielsen.com

Principles of Color? Going Beyond sRGB

What are you most excited to learn, while simultaneously overwhelmed by the idea you gotta go learn it?

joshwcomeau.com

The Surprising Truth About Pixels and Accessibility

“Should I use pixels or rems?”. In this comprehensive blog post, we’ll answer this question once and for all.

polypane.app

:where() :is() :has()? New CSS selectors that make your life easier

In this article we're going to focus in on some new features that are available for the CSS selectors: the :is(), :where() and :has() pseudo-classes.

css-tricks.com

COLRv1 and CSS font-palette: Web Typography Gets Colorful

With new CSS features for controlling the color fonts and the COLR, it’s a great time to experiment with with what modern web typography can do.

css-tricks.com

A CSS Slinky in 3D? Challenge Accepted!

You know Slinkys, right? That classic toy you knock down the stairs and it travels with its own momentum. Let’s make one with pure CSS!

sprucecss.com

Writing Better CSS

Writing better and more manageable CSS is something to strive for as a front-end developer. But what is better CSS?

web.dev

State of CSS 2022

Web styling features of today and tomorrow, as seen at Google IO 2022, plus some extras.

ishadeed.com

Learn CSS Subgrid

A deep-dive into the new CSS subgrid feature with real-life examples and use-cases.

moderncss.dev

Contextual Spacing For Intrinsic Web Design

Learn how to coexist with that unpredictability by using adaptive, contextual spacing techniques.

9elements.com

Building a combined CSS-aspect-ratio-grid

Recently I was faced with the following problem. I had to build a layout that consists of several rows.

codersblock.com

Deep Dive into Text Wrapping and Word Breaking

An overview of the various tools for controlling the flow of text, preventing overflow, and deciding how and where text can break.

css-tricks.com

Creating Realistic Reflections With CSS

In design, reflections are stylized mirror images of objects. Even though they are not as popular as shadows, they have their moments.

css.oddbird.net

CSS Toggles Explainer & Proposal

There are many use-cases where an interaction (click/gesture) on one element toggles a ‘state’ that can be shared with other elements.

smashingmagazine.com

What If Our Sliders Actually Slid?

Jhey Tompkins explores putting an impractical whimsical spin on a well-known native element: input type="range".