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The Issue with Preprocessing CSS Custom Properties

CSS has Custom Properties now. We’ve written about them a bunch lately. Browser support is good, but of course, old non-evergreen browsers like Internet Explorer don’t have them and never will. I can see the appeal of authoring with “future CSS”, and letting a preprocessor backport it to CSS that is compatible with older browsers. Babel for CSS! Why not?! It makes me nervous though – because it’s only some use cases of Custom Properties that you can preprocess. There…

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CSS Vertical Centering – Everything You Need To Know

Getting content to center perfectly within an element and then ensuring it responds properly at different screen sizes is one of the biggest challenges that still face front-end designers. It is not that it is difficult, but because there are several ways to go about it, figuring out which method is best can be confusing. […] The post CSS Vertical Centering – Everything You Need To Know appeared first on Web Designer Wall – Design Trends and Tutorials.

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Protect yourself online with Tiger VPN

Read more about Protect yourself online with Tiger VPN at CreativeBloq.com Keeping yourself safe and secure online has never been more important. Every day, you hear news of hacks and stolen data. Now is the time to take action to make sure your information isn’t compromised.

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How Have Live Chat-Enabled Websites Helped in Lead Generation?

Is your company really generating new and qualified leads through your website? If not, then you really need to focus on unlocking your potential and generating massive leads for your business. However, before knowing the methods by which you can generate more leads for your website, let’s shine some light on the factors that have […] The post How Have Live Chat-Enabled Websites Helped in Lead Generation? appeared first on designrfix.com.

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Reliable Design to Code Services for Your Projects

You’re reading Reliable Design to Code Services for Your Projects, originally posted on Designmodo. If you’ve enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+! Web designers naturally prefer the aesthetic aspect of web building. That’s what they do for a living; and that’s what they do best. Even those with development experience usually prefer handing their design files over to a design to code service. Doing so saves time; time you can use for additional design work. Those capable […]

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An Abridged Cartoon Introduction To WebAssembly

    There’s a lot of hype about WebAssembly in JavaScript circles today. People talk about how blazingly fast it is, and how it’s going to revolutionize web development. But most conversations don’t go into the details of why it’s fast. In this article, I want to help you understand what exactly it is about WebAssembly that makes it fast. But first, what is it? WebAssembly is a way of taking code written in programming languages other than JavaScript and…

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Tech Talk with Chris Coyier of CodePen

Chris Coyier is the designer, developer and cofounder of CodePen, the “playground for the front-end side of the web.” He also writes about all technology-related topics at CSS-Tricks and talks about technology on his podcast, ShopTalk. In 2016, he published Practical SVG, a book about technology. Chris finds fulfillment working in web design, a space that merges math, systems and programming with art, color and creativity. But his passions aren’t limited to technology and design. Chris is dedicated to his own personal development and physical health, and working from…

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9 Reasons Why Business Owners Should Go for PHP Web Development Services

Business – small or large – now flourishes online. This has called for website development that can offer a dynamic interface. To stay on the top in search engine ranks, websites have to change their content (graphics, videos, text and more) frequently. From static to dynamic, websites have now come of age, thanks to PHP web development services offered by PHP developers and programmers. PHP first appeared in 1995 and since then, it has garnered tremendous popularity. Probably the fact…

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Tracing the History of CSS Fonts

Chen Hui Jing has written an excellent post on the history of CSS fonts and the way that the W3C writes the specification and strange CSS properties like font-effect, font-emphasize and font-presentation. As part of my perpetual obsession with typography, as well as CSS, I’ve been looking into how we got to having more web fonts than we can shake a stick at. What I love about how the W3C does things is that there are always links to previous…

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