When I look around the web, most of the shadows I see are fuzzy grey boxes. It doesn't have to be this way, though! CSS gives us the tools to create rich, lush, lifelike shadows. In this tutorial, I'll show you how.
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I found a pleasant surprise in my RSS reader, and it reminded me why I write semantic markup.
I still remember my excitement when I learned how to build a hover-triggered submenu with just CSS. (It was probably after reading this 2003 article from
A foundational overview of how to build a responsive and accessible breadcrumbs component for users to navigate your site.
Freelance Front-End Web UI/UX Developer - LebanonWelcome to Sara Soueidan’s Web site.
Tips, tricks and tutorials on the web’s most beautiful language.
There's been a lot of discussion recently about how "Safari is the new IE" (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).I don't want to rehash the basics of that, but I…
Too true, but I don't think Apple, as a company, cares. I think it's clear that Apple doesn't want to cut into their app store revenue.
Image placement on the modern web is highly intentional, helping to communicate the overall purpose of a page or view. This means that nearly every image you declare needs to have an alternate description.
Road testing petite-vue with a simple category filter
We are pleased to announce that Firefox 90 will support Fetch Metadata Request Headers which allows web applications to protect themselves and their users against various cross-origin threats like ...
This blog post shares the results of the first State of WebAssembly Survey, with results from 250 respondents surveyed in June 2021. We find that Rust is the most frequently used and most desired WebAssembly language and many other interesting results