CSS-Tricks, Author at StrikeWorks Media

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Last year I asked, "Will we be flattening our HTML for CSS Grids?" The issue is that the only way for elements to participate in the same CSS grid together (or flexbox for that matter) is for them to be siblings. So, in some cases we might be incentivized to forego HTML semantics for the benefit of layout (not great). One answer to this is display:...

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This is the third post in a four-part series. In part one, we set up a serverless Stripe function on Azure. Part two covered how we hosted the function on Github. This post will focus on wiring everything up as a Vue.js application. Article Series: Setup and Testing Stripe Function and Hosting Application and Checkout Component (This Post) Configure the Checkout Component (Coming Soon) Stripe has a number of ways to...

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I saw Nicole Dominguez tweet this the other day: say it louder for the people in the backhttps://t.co/prDKo5QaZi — nicole (@sodevious) January 11, 2018 I wasn't at this conference, so I have very little context. Normally, I'd consider it a sin to weigh in on a subject brought up by looking at two out-of-context slides, but I'm only weighing in out of interest and to continue the conversation. The...

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Keith Grant discusses how HTML 5.2 has introduced a peculiar new element: . This is an absolutely positioned and horizontally centered modal that appears on top of other content on a page. Keith looks at how to style this new element, the basic opening/closing functionality in JavaScript and, of course, the polyfills that we’ll need to get cross-browser support right. Also, I had never heard of...

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When I saw the original article on how to recreate this animation, my first thought was that it could all be simplified with the use of preprocessors and especialy CSS variables. So let's dive into it and see how! The result we want to reproduce. The structure We keep the exact same structure. In order to avoid writing the same thing multiple times, I chose to use a preprocessor. My...

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MDN released a comprehensive guide to Flexbox with new and updated materials by Rachel Andrew. The guide includes 11 posts demonstrating layouts, use cases and everything you could possibly want or need to know on the topic. All of the related Flexbox properties are nicely and conveniently attached to the table of contents, making this extremely easy to use. In this post, Rachel adds helpful thoughts...

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Trent Walton: My latest realization is that delivering a performant, accessible, responsive, scalable website isn’t enough: I also need to consider the impact of third-party scripts. No matter how solid I think my prototype is, it doesn’t absolve me from paying attention to what happens during implementation, specifically when it comes to the addition of these third-party scripts. I recently had a conversation with a friend working...

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(This is a sponsored post.) The newly released Q3 2017 Global DDoS Threat Landscape Report features insights on attacks and mitigation. These are some of the key findings: Bitcoin was one of the most targeted industries High packet rate attacks grew more common A third of network layer attacks were highly persistent Botnet activity out of India and Turkey continued to climb Learn about the top attacked countries, industries, and vectors...

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