A few months ago, I wrote about how you can use system fonts in the browser using the built-in keywords that work with the font shorthand property (see Using System Fonts in the Browser). These keywords can be useful, but they also have some drawbacks, the main one being that... (continue)
The nth-child() and nth-of-type() selectors are “structural” pseudo-classes, which are classes that allow us to select elements based on information within the document tree that cannot typically be represented by other simple selectors. In the case of nth-child() and nth-of-type(), the extra information is the element’s position in the... (continue)
Last week I created a small library for creating Toast messages. Here, I thought I would share my process in creating it and the code behind it. The HTML The Toast is made up of two elements. The Toast message itself, .toastjs, and a container element, .toastjs-container. <div class=... (continue)
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