Tag: html5

Creating Animated, Clickable Cards With the :has() Relational Pseudo Class

The CSS :has() pseudo class is rolling out in many browsers with Chrome and Safari already fully supporting it. It’s often referred to it as “the parent selector” — as in, we can select style a parent element from a … Creating Animated, Clickable Cards With the :has() Relational Pseudo Class originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Explain the First 10 Lines of Twitter’s Source Code to Me

For the past few weeks, I’ve been hiring for a senior full-stack JavaScript engineer at my rental furniture company, Pabio. Since we’re a remote team, we conduct our interviews on Zoom, and I’ve observed that some developers are not … Explain the First 10 Lines of Twitter’s Source Code to Me originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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Developers Speculating About the Long-Distant Future: 2022

This is a wonderful roundup from Jeremy, who I picture circling January 1, 2022, in red marker on a giant paper calendar back in 2008 and patiently counting the days. See, there was a little smattering of internet drama … Developers Speculating About the Long-Distant Future: 2022 originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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CSS Scroll Snap Slide Deck That Supports Live Coding

Virtual conferences have changed the game in terms of how a presenter is able to deliver content to an audience. At a live event it’s likely you just have your laptop, but at home, you may have multiple monitors so … CSS Scroll Snap Slide Deck That Supports Live Coding originally published on CSS-Tricks, which is part of the DigitalOcean family. You should get the newsletter. ...
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“What is HTML” explained with examples

Is Html a programming language? It’s easy to get confused thinking of HTML as a programming language, but the fact is HTML is a Hypertext Markup Language. It creates electronic documents (web pages) displayed on the World Wide Web (WWW). For not being a programming language, it does not have the capability to create dynamic functionality. HTML pages can be viewed by anyone connected to the internet. ...
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Top 10 Image and Video Related HTML Tasks You Should Know

The purpose of Images in an HTML webpage is to improve the design and appearance of a webpage. Images draw one’s attention and concentration in a web browser. Besides Images, we can embed videos in a web browser to make web pages look more live and entertaining. This increases the chances of one staying on a web page. Before we look at the top 10 image and video-related HTML tasks, let’s take a...
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Getting Started with Lottie: An Overview of Airbnb’s Awesome Animation Framework

Recently I have been doing more animation work here at Delicious Brains Inc and finally decided to experiment with Airbnb’s rave-reviewed, Lottie framework. Lottie is a React Native, Android and… Read more The post Getting Started with Lottie: An Overview of Airbnb’s Awesome Animation Framework appeared first on Delicious Brains. ...
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