CSS Anchor Positioning: What Is It, and When Can We Use It?
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by Andy Leverenz
10M ago
CSS anchor positioning promises to revolutionize how we design and position elements on the web. In this article, we’ll explore the current state of CSS positioning and compare it with the exciting new possibilities offered by CSS anchoring. We’ll dive into real-world examples and code snippets to showcase the potential of this upcoming feature. Finally, we’ll discuss some limitations developers should know when utilizing CSS anchoring. Traditional CSS Positioning: The Challenges One of the most common difficulties is achieving complex and precise layout arrangements, especially when deali ..read more
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CSS Property: overflow
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by Ian Yates
10M ago
Like a cup of coffee that’s brimming over, the CSS overflow property manages what happens when content overflows, or spills outside, its container. Ever encountered a piece of text or image that’s too large for its designated box and it spills over? Well, that’s where our good friend overflow comes in, instructing the browser on how to handle these pesky overflow situations. This could mean showing scrollbars, cutting off the excess content, or expanding the box. Syntax The overflow property is quite straightforward to use. You declare it on an element, and it comes with a few possible value ..read more
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CSS Property: margin
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by Ian Yates
10M ago
Think of the CSS margin property as your very own personal space bubble. It’s that buffer zone you maintain between you and the folks milling around you at a concert, or the distance you keep from a delicate, priceless vase at a museum. It’s all about maintaining a healthy distance. In the CSS world, margin does precisely that. It creates space around elements, outside of any defined borders. margin nudges your elements, giving them some breathing room from their neighboring elements. It’s the invisible forcefield keeping harmony in your design. Syntax The margin property may look simple o ..read more
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CSS Property: flex
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by Ian Yates
10M ago
This property is the cornerstone of the CSS Flexible Box Layout Module, fondly referred to as Flexbox, which is just a fancy term for a layout model that enables easy manipulation of the size and position of elements within a container. Syntax Explanation 1 .element { 2 flex: <flex-grow> <flex-shrink> <flex-basis>; 3 } The flex shorthand property is a combination of flex-grow, flex-shrink, and flex-basis. Each one of these values has a special role in shaping the behavior of your elements. Think of them as three musicians in a band, each play ..read more
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CSS Property: color
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by Ian Yates
10M ago
The color property in CSS is used to specify the color of text content. It allows you to set the foreground color, transforming the appearance of elements and making your content visually engaging. With the color property, you can bring your website to life by selecting from a vast palette of hues. Syntax and Usage To set the color property, you assign a value to it. Here’s the syntax: 1 selector { 2 color: value; 3 } By default, the color property is inherited, meaning that elements within a container will inherit the color of their parent. However, bear in m ..read more
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CSS Property: padding
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by Ian Yates
10M ago
The padding property in CSS allows you to control the space between the content of an element and its border. It acts as a cushion, giving your content some breathing room. Just like a cozy pillow can make your bed more inviting, padding adds that extra touch of comfort to your web design. Syntax and Usage The padding property can be applied to various HTML elements, including block-level and inline-level elements. It accepts values in different units, such as pixels, percentages, ems, rems, and more. The basic syntax is: 1 selector { 2 padding: top right bottom left ..read more
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CSS Property: background
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by Ian Yates
10M ago
The CSS background property is like the wallpaper of an element—it lets you choose the visual backdrop that sets the mood and tone for your content. Just as a carefully chosen wallpaper can transform a room, the background property allows you to spruce up your web pages with colors, images, gradients, or even a good old-fashioned plain background. It’s the perfect tool to express your creative flair and make your design pop! Syntax The syntax for the background property is simple and flexible. Take a look at this example: 1 selector { 2 background: value; 3 ..read more
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2 Ways to Make HTML Table Rows Clickable
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by George Martsoukos
10M ago
In this tutorial, I’ll teach you two quick ways to make HTML table rows clickable. We’ll start with an HTML/CSS approach. Then, we’ll continue with another one that also uses a bit of JavaScript. Finally, we’ll see how to adapt one of these methods in Bootstrap tables. Consider the following table: Here I’m listing some of my latest Tuts+ tutorials. Ideally, the readers should be able to click on each table row (tutorial) and navigate to the associated page/tutorial.  Let’s cover two methods to satisfy this requirement. HTML/CSS Method This first approach requires only HTML and CSS ..read more
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How to Animate a “Full-Screen Section to Fixed Header” on Page Scroll
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by George Martsoukos
10M ago
In this new tutorial, we’ll start with a full-screen section with a heading and learn how to animate it to a fixed page header on scroll. This type of effect is ideal for layouts with hero sections like a landing or a single post page. What We’re Building Here’s what we’re going to create (scroll to test the behavior, or check out the full-screen version): 1. Begin With the Page Markup (HTML) We’ll define two sections: The first section will be full-screen and contain a heading and page header. By default, only the heading will appear. Inside the header, we’ll position the logo and menu ..read more
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Building an Admin Dashboard Layout With CSS (and a Touch of JavaScript)
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by George Martsoukos
10M ago
In this tutorial, we’ll create a responsive admin dashboard layout with CSS and a touch of JavaScript. To build it, we’ll borrow some ideas from the WordPress dashboard, such as its collapsible sidebar menu. Throughout the tutorial, we’ll face plenty of challenges, but ones that will give us good practice for enhancing our front-end skills. There’s also a video version which you can watch if you prefer. Admin Dashboard Demo Let’s have a look at the final admin dashboard demo. Pay attention to the following things: Hit the Collapse button at the foot of the sidebar to see the collapsible n ..read more
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