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Say you have five buttons. Each button is a step. If you click on the fourth button, you’re on step 4 of 5, and you want to display that. This kind of counting and displaying could be hard-coded, but that’s no fun. JavaScript could do this job as well. But CSS? Hmmmm. Can it? CSS has counters[1], so we can certainly count the number of buttons. But how do we calculate only up to a certain button?...

I always get all excited when I accomplish something, but I get extra excited when I get it done and think, “well, that was easy.” As much as I enjoy fiddling with technology, I enjoy reaping the benefit of well set-up technology even more. That’s why I still get so excited about WordPress — I feel so powerful being able to accomplish big things without a huge amount of time and effort. I had that exact feeling...

16 Jun 2020 Bootstrap 5’s very first alpha has arrived![1] We’ve been working hard for several months to refine the work we started in v4, and while we’re feeling great about our progress, there’s still even more to do. We’ve been focused on making the migration from v4 to v5 more approachable, but we’ve also not been afraid to step away from what’s outdated or no longer appropriate. As such, we’re very happy to say that with v5,...

I’ve always wanted to build an API, but was scared away by just how complicated things looked. I’d read a lot of tutorials that start with “first, install this library and this library and this library” without explaining why that was important. I’m kind of a Luddite[1] when it comes to these things. Well, I recently rolled up my sleeves and got my hands dirty. I wanted to build and deploy a simple read-only API, and goshdarnit,...

WordPress developers Milana Cap[1] and Jonathan Bossenger[2] are starting a fundraiser for improving Gutenberg developer documentation. The conversation began yesterday when Cap tweeted about how documentation is often overlooked when companies hire full-time contributors to work on WordPress. I wish someone pay people to work on Gutenberg Docs. All devs who understand Gutenberg are working on building it and no one has the time to document it.On the other hand, Gutenberg and React are so foreign to...

Any time I chat with a fellow web person and CSS-Tricks comes up in conversation, there is a good chance they’ll say: oh yeah, that guide on CSS flexbox, I use that all the time! Indeed that page[1], and it’s cousin the CSS grid guide[2], are among our top trafficked pages. I try to take extra care with them making sure the information on them is current, useful, and the page loads speedily and properly. A while...

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Well boy howdy. The 13th birthday of CSS-Tricks has rolled around. A proper teenager now, howabouthat? I always[1] take the opportunity to do a bit of a state of the union address at this time, so let’s get to it! Design Technically, we’re still on v17[2] of the site design. This was the first design that I hired first-class help to do, and I’m still loving it, so I haven’t had much of an itch to do massive...

Creating fluid images when they stand alone in a layout is easy enough nowadays. However, with more sophisticated interfaces we often have to place images inside responsive elements, like this card: For now, let’s say this image is not semantic content, but only decoration. That’s a good use for background-image. And because in this context the image contains an object, we can’t allow any parts to be cropped out when it’s responsive, so we’d pick background-size: contain. Here’s...