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Connect: behind the front-end experience

By seorocket / a few days ago

Some fantastic behind-the-scenes stuff about Stripe’s design work by Benjamin De Cock. Absolutely everything is clever and using very modern techniques. Using CSS grid for their iconic background stripes Using 3D cubes for aesthetic flair Using reduced motion media queries to accommodate that preference Using the Web Animation API for event-triggered keyframe-like animations in JavaScript […]

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How the minmax() Function Works

By seorocket / last week

Another swell post by Ire Aderinokun, this time on the curious minmax() CSS function and how it works alongside the CSS Grid features that we’ve been experimenting with lately. What’s especially great here is the examples where Ire explains how we can avoid media queries altogether. With just a couple of lines of CSS we […]

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Free Guide to Using cPanel & WordPress​

By seorocket / last week

Managed WordPress hosting is a great choice if you need a hosting solution that’s optimized for WordPress. But it’s only for WordPress. What if you need more? What if you need email hosting? What if you need to run other software alongside WordPress? What if you need more control than what managed WordPress hosting allows, […]

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An intro to web components with otters

By seorocket / a couple of weeks ago

Monica Dinculescu on web components and why we might care: … before web components came around, you had to wait on all browsers to agree on a new element (like, a date picker). And even after they agreed on a new element, it took them yeaaaaars to implement it… With web components, web developers get […]

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