Cloud Four’s creative director shares his hopes and dreams for the future of CSS.
I set out to learn a bit about how CSS nesting works, especially the new & selector, and I ended up on a deep dive into the :is() selector and its siblings.
CSS nesting is great, but should be used with caution. As a rule, if a selector will work without being nested, don't nest it. However, there are certain situations where nesting can make things easier to understand.
A look back at one of my first (and most popular) open source projects.
While I wasn’t looking, an elastic hover/active effect I shared on CodePen was viewed more than 11,000 times. Here’s how it works!
Is it possible to center-align text content vertically when it’s shorter than a floating image?
Since `ch` units are based on your current font their value can change when fonts are loaded and cause unexpected layout shifts.
Chrome intends to ship CSS headline balancing, and the future looks bright for expressive web typography.
Fading adjacent menu items on hover is simpler than you might think.