Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category

CSS Basics: The Second “S” in CSS

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CSS is an abbreviation for Cascading Style Sheets. While most of the discussion about CSS on the web (or even here on CSS-Tricks) is centered around writing styles and how the cascade affects them, what we don't talk a whole lot about is the sheet par...

Getting Bootstrap Tabs to Play Nice with Masonry

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On the Masonry website, we read that Masonry is … a JavaScript grid layout library. It works by placing elements in optimal position based on available vertical space, sort of like a mason fitting stones in a wall. Bootstrap is one of the most wid...

A Sliding Nightmare: Understanding the Range Input

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You may have already seen a bunch of tutorials on how to style the range input. While this is another article on that topic, it's not about how to get any specific visual result. Instead, it dives into browser inconsistencies, detailing what each does ...

Naming Things In CSS Grid Layout

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    When first learning how to use Grid Layout, you might begin by addressing positions on the grid by their line number. This requires that you keep track o...

CSS Grid Challenge: Winners and Templates

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    CSS Grid is becoming the new layout standard for the web, and we are all still experimenting with what we can achieve with it. Some folks assume that CSS...

CSS Grid Gotchas And Stumbling Blocks

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    In March this year, CSS Grid shipped into production versions of Chrome, Firefox and Safari within weeks of each other. It has been great to see how exci...