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Unique Pairs in Sass – Chris Burnell
Chris uses a Sass loop to go through a Sass map and produce a set of CSS declarations in a DRY kind of way. It's not until I read posts like this that I realise I'm only dipping my toe into the pool that is Sass and preprocessing.
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june 2017 by justinavery
User Interface / Responsive UI
I kinda like Audi's Responsive UI Guidelines
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june 2017 by justinavery
Sticky headers (#1/3)
Remy has been looking at sticky headers for his new conference website and takes us through the journey of getting to something that works great. A perfect companion to one of our tools this week
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june 2017 by justinavery
ZURB - Foundation 6.4 Has Arrived!
Foundation 6.4.0 has been released this week and it has a new style grid. You can now control it vertically (X) as well as vertically (Y).

Foundation 6.4 includes a brand new, super powerful default grid called the XY Grid. This is a truly 2-dimensional grid, giving you all sorts of control over the way things are laid out vertically as well as horizontally. Imagine all the crazy cool layouts you can do with CSS Grid but built on Flexbox so that it’s actually usable in all-browser production environments today!
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june 2017 by justinavery
The reduced motion query at a glance | Val Head
We've talked about reduced motion query in a previous snippet show but Val Head is the animation expert and has a few thoughts herself.
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june 2017 by justinavery
Mixfont Shadows
I've been loving these font shadow effects all week and trying them out of a variety of online posters. The best thing is that you just grab the CSS right from the example, woot!
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june 2017 by justinavery
Why Are App Install Banners Still A Thing? – Dev Channel – Medium
Suuuch a good article that covers all of the preoccupations with Apps over just creating a website (as a progressive web app of course). This covers off a tonne of stuff that just never occurs to me because I'm not in the "App acquiring users/engagement" business. At the end of the day I think a Native App and download banner is the wrong long-term approach, but at least I'm better versed in some of the rationales behind some client request.s
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june 2017 by justinavery
The $1,000 Podcasting Setup
Chris Coyier from CSS Tricks, Code Pen and the Shop Talk Show is looking to upgrade his podcasting equipment after several years of delivering quality shows. Chris has gone from a Rode Podcaster, which is what I use, to a much better setup for not an overly large amount of money.
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june 2017 by justinavery
Championing Accessibility at the Guardian
In preparation for Global Accessibility Awareness Day, the Guardian Accessibility Working Group decided to run a workshop for their colleagues. This is a great idea, you should totally do the same thing at your own work!
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june 2017 by justinavery
Stickybits
Stickybits is a lightweight (<2KB) alternative to position: sticky polyfills that works perfectly for things like sticky headers. THIS IS NOT A POLYFILL, that requires too much code.... but it has all the best bits.
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june 2017 by justinavery
Stickybits: an alternative to `position: sticky` polyfills | CSS-Tricks
I really like the design impact of the position: sticky on long scrolling pages. Stickybits is JS utility that will help you keep the design implementation working cross browsers
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june 2017 by justinavery
Less-Grid-Boilerplate
I'm torn on this one, and here's why. On hand — kudos to Joe for trying out CSS Grid and getting to grips with how it operates to create a grid structure, and for packaging something and providing it on Github. Amazing work. On the other hand — the whole thing about CSS Grid is that we don't need a boilerplate to use it.... it's its own boilerplate. Rather than use this I encourage you to see how JOe has put it together, say thanks, and then use what you've learned to apply CSS Grid to your own projects.
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june 2017 by justinavery
Any web site can become a PWA – but we need to do better | Christian Heilmann
Christian tries to set the record straight on some of his comments around not making personal blogs into Progressive Web Apps.
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june 2017 by justinavery
Cropping Images in CSS With object-fit ← Alligator.io
Ever wanted an image to fit exactly into a certain given dimension, but while keeping its aspect ratio and avoid having a squished image? Well the problem is no more with the object-fit property!
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june 2017 by justinavery

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