An incredibly smooth and fine-tuned design with beautiful creative details. Our pick this week
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Fantastic news: Chrome 86 just shipped with support for :focus-visible.
Diana Smith made another mind-blowing CSS character and this time, you can adjust some colors!
Frederick O’Brien’s article on the Semantic Web and how to get started with data-fying content.
Una Kravets explains to control element sizing, maintain proper spacing, and implement fluid typography using the min, max, and clamp functions.
Take a trip to Huluween’s The Screamlands — a hair-raising, haunted house experience that will make your wildest nightmares come true. Fantastic work by Active Theory.
Lea Verou explains a very interesting trick to turn multiple different values on and off across multiple different CSS properties.
Learn all about the Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS), the user experience metric that measures how unstable content is for your visitors.
A crisp and modern brush marker typeface that embodies free hand drawn shapes combined with bouncy positioning between each letter.
Some very interesting thoughts by Jim Nielsen on how web tooling introduces a whole new layer of complexity that needs to be maintained.
Manuel Matuzovi?’s second article in a series where he explores user preferences and how to respect them when writing CSS.
Pi-Slices is a GIF artist who has made a 3D animated GIF every day more than 6 years. Some great coding inspiration!
In case you missed it: A great deep-dive into font fallback by Marcin Wichary.
Learn about some new logical property shorthands and new inset properties for Chromium.
Learn how to create the mouse particle effect from Mark Appleby’s website in this ALL YOUR HTML episode.
Some ideas for scroll animations for image grids powered by Locomotive Scroll.