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The problem: you click a jump link like <a href="#header-3">Jump</a> which links to something like <h3 id="header-3">Header</h3>. That's totally fine, until you have a position: fixed; header at the top of the page obscuring the header you're trying to link to! Fixed headers have a nasty habit of hiding the element you're trying to link to. There used to be all kinds of wild hacks to get around this problem. In fact, in the design of CSS-Tricks as...

17 February 2020 Nearly a year ago I reached out to my high school across the state about coming in and giving a talk about careers in tech. Due to conflicting schedules I had to reschedule a few times and after a few crazy months of travel to end my 2019, I finally got the trip on the calendar and headed over in January. Being visible as a woman in tech #[1] A few people wondered why I wanted...

Maybe you’ve never designed an iPhone app, and have no idea where to begin. Maybe you’ve designed a dozen, but still want one place to reference best practices. Heaven knows Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines are awful to try and read. Either way, this is the guide for you. I cover basically everything you need to know to create an iOS app that follows standard iOS 13 conventions. Here’s what we’ll cover today: Device screen sizes[1] Page layout[2] Typography[3] Navigation[4] UI elements[5] App icons[6] Other iOS conventions[7] Downloads[8] Further...

Every once in a while I'm motivated to attempt to draw some shapes with <path>, the all-powerful drawing syntax[1] of SVG. I only understand a fragment of what it all can do, but I know enough to be dangerous. All the straight-line syntax commands (like L) are pretty straightforward and I find the curved Q command fairly intuitive. Box yourself into a viewBox="0 0 100 100" and drawing simple stuff doesn't seem so bad. Here's a classic...

The advantages of using SVGs in web development are well known[1]. SVGs are small in size, can be made quite accessible, are scalable while maintaining their quality, and can be animated. Still, there is a learning curve. Things, like the syntax of SVG, can be a little tricky and having to hand-alter SVG code sometimes isn’t out of the question. Most SVG assets allow styling to be applied in predictable ways. For instance, this circle has a...

Career Coaching[1] Our expert Career Coaches partner with you from the start of your search to the top of your career. Check out a few ways we help below. Resume Review[2] Get a set of eyes that knows exactly what employers want so your resume gets exactly what you want. Interview Preparation[3] Give us your best “tell me about yourself,” get practice questions and guidance on what to expect for the specific role you’re considering. Salary Negotiation[4] Practice your...

There are special superset number characters that are sometimes perfect for footnotes. Here they are: ¹ ² ³ ⁴ ⁵ ⁶ ⁷ ⁸ ⁹ I generally prefer to superscript the number myself, like: <p>This next word<sup>1</sup> has a footnote.</p> That way I can select it in CSS or JavaScript in case I want to do something special with it. You'd probably add an anchor link around that as well to link to an ID elsewhere on the page that explains the...

Ever since responsive web design started, we've had a problem with the way images load on the web. Now, Firefox is fixing the problem. Add width & height attributes to all your images, and see load jankiness disappear. Jen Simmons explains how.Try out the demos for yourself:Fixed-width layout: https://codepen.io/jensimmons/pen/jOO...

February 19, 2020Back in the day when I worked on Polymer I got used to relying on a bunch of useful CSS classes that at the time we called iron-flex-layout[1]. They were there partly because flexbox was a sadness on IE and you needed to say everything 3 times to maybe get it right twice, and add some very special flex-basis: 0.000000001px “bug fixes” that tbh nobody should ever have to write by hand. But they...

What should you do when you get a complaint about the color contrast in your web design? It might seem perfectly fine to you because you’re able to read content throughout the site, but to someone else, it might be a totally different experience. How can put yourself in that person’s shoes to improve their experience? There are some relatively easy ways to test contrast. For example, you can check the site on your phone or tablet...