Last month, we introduced a new effort called Sourcehunt - a category of post intended to direct attention to less popular open source projects that show promise and need exposure.
We’ve called for new submissions and accumulated an impressive list.
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Sourcehunt PHP: Contribute to Crypto, Validation, Payments…
A user interface control not only needs to look like a certain control, it must be described as that control too.
What if we could also write our CSS framework in a way that acts as another layer in our line of defense? Read on to find ou... Read more
I'd love to gather some anonymous aggregate information about all y'all who read CSS-Tricks. In part, to help guide upcoming content. Also just because it's fun and it will be interesting data for us all to look at.
I'm making most choices required. S... Read more
At the beginning of the era of online advertisement, animated GIF was very popular. Afterwards, it was replaced by the Flash format for a long time. While Flash is rather irrelevant in today’s web development, online advertisement has taken a whi... Read more
Online Advertisement and HTML5: New Standards to Replace Flash
Flexbox is a powerful new way for building layouts that makes some of the most challenging aspects of web development trivial. Nearly all browsers that are used today support it, so it is a good time to see how it can fit in your typical day-to-day ... Read more
Using Flexbox to Create a Responsive Comment Section
Advertise here via BSAToday’s Blueprint is a Simple Multi-Level Menu with delayed item animations and an optional breadcrumb navigation and back button. The idea is to animate each menu item once a level is changed. The animation starts with the item... Read more
Complex, markup-heavy web apps are the norm nowadays. A library like jQuery with its ease of use, cross-browser compatibility, and variety of features can help immensely when manipulating HTML on the fly. So it’s no wonder that a lot of developers ch... Read more
DOM Tips and Techniques: Parent, Child, and Siblings
The following is a guest post by Jon Bellah, an Engineering Manager at 10up. Jon reached out to us about writing on the idea of visual regression testing, which is a form of CSS testing (i.e. making sure you don't screw up your site by accident). I tho... Read more
The way websites are developed and are being visited changed drastically over the past years. Mobile usage is growing, and technologies such as HTML5 and CSS3 make things possible that were impossible or difficult to achieve before. But one thing has p... Read more
Good Sliders, Bad Sliders: Things to Consider Using Them
If you're creating a site with some top-level pages that you want to draw visitors' attention to and encourage them to visit, it helps to have them displayed prominently in your site's header.Of course you can add top-level pages to your navigation men... Read more
Using get_pages to Create Link Buttons to Your Site’s Top-Level Pages