Tags: css

CSS-Tricks Screencast #153: Getting Started with CSS Grid [↗]

I’ve been playing around with some CSS Grid layouts today and this video helped provide a basic understanding of how it works. It really is an incredibly flexible option for creating layouts.

Firefox 52: inspecting grid layouts [↗]

I’m mostly using Chrome at the moment, but this feature alone is making me want to use Firefox again. Very nifty.

CSS Grid with Rachel Andrew and Jen Simmons – ShopTalk [↗]

Grid is getting a ton of support in modern browsers and so we’ve got a couple of grid experts in Jen Simmons and Rachel Andrew on to help us navigate the grid – what is it? When can we use it? How do flexbox and grid play together? What about Bootstrap?

A proper good episode of the ShowTalk Show that’s all about CSS Grid. Well worth a listen and it’s definitely inspired me to spend some more time experimenting with Grid layouts.

Obnoxious.css [↗]

Animations for the strong of heart, and weak of mind.

Eww! These animations really are obnoxious, but I guess they could serve a purpose.

Make some magic with CSS blend modes [↗]

A detailed guide to using CSS blend modes, it’s just a shame that support is still lacking in IE and Edge.

CSS Grid in Production [↗]

This site is a collection of websites that have implemented CSS Grid Layout in production.

Not a definitive list, but it’s good to see some real-world examples of CSS Grid on production sites.

CSS Ruleset Terminology [↗]

Breaking down a CSS ruleset into its individual component parts.

Wolfenstein 3d in CSS [↗]

It’s not as playable as the original game, but considering it’s all done with CSS, it’s pretty impressive.

Grid Garden [↗]

A game for learning CSS grid layout.

As games go, it’s no Minecraft, but as a tool for learning CSS Grid, it’s pretty good.

8 CSS gotchas to start your morning off right [↗]

As every seasoned web developer knows, CSS isn’t implemented according to a specification of rigid, predictable rules. If it were, we would all just learn the rules and go on to lead happy and successful lives.

A comical look at some CSS gotchas.

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