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Customizing Pull-to-Refresh and Overflow Effects with CSS’ overscroll-behavior

Next to dynamic imports, another feature that landed in Chrome 63 is CSS overscroll-behavior: Scrolling is one of the most fundamental ways to interact with a page, but certain patterns can be tricky to deal with. For example, the browsers … Continue reading

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Implement FLIP transitions easily with flipping

Back in 2015 Paul Lewis published a brilliant article named FLIP your animations, a technique to getting smooth animations on the web. FLIP stands for First, Last, Invert, Play First: before anything happens, record the current (i.e., first) position and … Continue reading

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Two column <dl> with CSS Grid

Thanks to CSS Grid it’s really easy to make the <dt> and <dd> elements appear in two columns. The original code was created by Lea Verou. This altered version here plays nice with multiple successive <dt> and <dd> elements.

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Stealing your browser history with the W3C Ambient Light Sensor API

A few years ago window.getComputedStyle and the like where adjusted to return the default color of links, instead of the actual color on screen. Security and privacy were the driving factors behind that decision: by styling :visited links with a … Continue reading

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BADASS

Nice scroll effect on the BADASS Films website: The effect is achieved by placing a duplicate (but clipped) list on top of another one, in combination with scroll velocity calculation to define the slant of the list. BADASS &rarr

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Breaking the CSS Grid (and how to fix it)

Dave Rupert lists two scenarios in which the CSS Grid can be broken, and how to fix it: Overflow-x Elements break the Grid Form Controls break the Grid To easily fix these, Dave has whipped up a small CSS snippet … Continue reading

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CSS Grid Playground

CSS Grid Playground is a ten part tutorial by Mozilla. With resources like this (amongst others) – and proper browser support – there’s no reason not to use Grid Layout. CSS Grid Playground → 💁‍♂️ CSS Grid Gotchas And Stumbling … Continue reading

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Inside a super fast CSS Engine: Quantum CSS (aka Stylo)

Great writeup on how Firefox’s new CSS Engine “Quantum CSS” works. Also sports a clear and in-depth explanation of the rendering pipeline, with some nice illustrations to go along. You may have heard of Project Quantum… it’s a major rewrite … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Explicit and Implicit Grids

Grid Layout finally gives us the ability to define grids in CSS and place items into grid cells. This on its own is great, but the fact that we don’t have to specify each track and we don’t have to … Continue reading

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Masonry Layout with CSS Grid and grid-auto-flow: dense;

By setting grid-auto-flow: dense;, the Grid auto-placement algorithm will attempt to fill in holes earlier in the grid if smaller items come up later, resulting in a Masonry-like layout. (click for demo) (via) 💁‍♂️ Do note that the result isn’t … Continue reading

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