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5 Must Join Slack Workspaces For WordPress Pros and Developers

Slack mimics the way large groups naturally communicate but with tide pod emojis, savage bots, magic 8 ball decision making and of course gifs! No...

How I’ve Been Using Notion Personally and Professionally

I use Notion quite a bit, both personally and professionally . In a sense, it’s just an app for keeping documents in one place:...

Making Movies With amCharts

In this article, I want to show off the flexibility and real power of amCharts 4 . We’re going to learn how to combine...
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How Well Do You Know CSS Layout?

The difference between a CSS good experience and a long frustrating one is oftentimes a matter of a few small details. CSS is indeed...
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CSS doesn’t suck

I’m not so protective of CSS that I’m above hearing it criticized, but I’m certainly in agreement here. CSS does not suck. I love...
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In Defense of Utility-First CSS

A rather full-throated argument (or rather, response to arguments against) utility (atomic) CSS from Sarah Dayan. I wondered recently if redesigns were potentially a...

Using React Portals to Render Children Outside the DOM Hierarchy

Say we need to render a child element into a React application. Easy right? That child is mounted to the nearest DOM element and...

Design v17

We rolled out a new site design on January 1! This is the 17th version of CSS-Tricks if you can believe that. The versions...
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The Ethics of Web Performance

Tim Kadlec on the issues surrounding poor web performance and why it’s so important for us to care about making our sites as fast...

Slice and Dice a Disc with CSS

I recently came across an interesting sliced disc design. The disc had a diagonal gradient and was split into horizontal slices, offset a bit...