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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...

One of the things I like about Jamstack is that it’s just a philosophy. It’s not particularly prescriptive about how you go about it. To me, the only real requirement is that it’s based on static (CDN-backed) hosting[1]. You can use whatever tooling you like. Those tools, though, tend to be somewhat new, and new sometimes comes with issues. Some pragmatism[2] from Sean C Davis here: I have two problems with solving problems using the newest, best...

Just had a couple of good performance links burning a hole in my pocket, so blogging them like a good little blogger. Web Performance Recipes With Puppeteer[1] Puppeteer[2] is an Node library for spinning up a copy of Chrome “headlessly” (i.e. no UI) and controlling it. People use it for stuff like taking a screenshot of a website or running integration tests. You can even run it in a Lambda[3]. Another use case is running synthetic (i.e. not based...

It’s been three years almost to the day since I last redesigned Sidebar[1]. But after many iterations, I was able to finally design and code a fresh new Sidebar[2]! Say hello to Sidebar 4.0!But first, to celebrate this fourth version I want to take a look back at how Sidebar’s design has evolved since its start all the way back in 2012: Version 1: The Actual Sidebar Version one was pretty minimalistic. After all Sidebar’s name itself is a...

We expect a line to break when the text on that line reaches the parent box boundaries. We see this every time we create a paragraph, just like this one. When the parent box doesn’t have enough room for the next word in a line, it breaks it and moves down to the next line and repeats that process. Well, that’s how it works when words are separated by spaces or other whitespace. As far as CSS...

This is great, but more often than not we will need our color stops to align with a site’s grid system. How can we do that but also have an edge-to-edge appearance? Let’s combine some linear-gradient(), calc(), and some math in a Sass mixin. What do we need to know? Our Sass mixin will need to know some baseline items. You can declare these with Sass variables. Grid container size$container: 1140px; We are matching Bootstrap’s 1140px default with our $container...

Dark mode has gained a lot of traction recently. Like Apple, for instance, has added dark mode to its iOS and MacOS operating systems. Windows and Google have done the same.  DuckDuckGo’s light and dark themesLet’s get into dark mode in the context of websites. We’ll delve into different options and approaches to implementing a dark mode design and the technical considerations they entail. We’ll also touch upon some design tips along the way. Toggling Themes The typical scenario...

Here’s a fancy new experimental feature in Chrome! Now, we can get an overview of the CSS used on a site, from how many colors there are to the number of unused declarations… even down to the total number of defined media queries. Again, this is an experimental feature. Not only does that mean it’s still in progress, but it means you’ll have to enable it to start using it in DevTools. Open up DevTools (Command+Option+I on Mac;...