La cascade Css joliment expliquée : <wattenberger.com> Rien de nouveau ici mais c'est toujours bon de revoir les bases ;)
MVP.css - No classes, no framework. Just semantic HTML and you're done.
“It’s a Pure CSS Landscape! The finale to my pointless trilogy! https://t.co/NOO1rR30yF It also has a trick up its sleeve, at the top of the CSS. Have fun! #cssart #cssartist #purecss #cssonly #frontend #sass @codepen”
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Neomorphism is predicted to be one of the top 2020 UI design trends. You might have seen it everywhere as a Dribbbel shot. Neumorphism isâ¦
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An extreme testing approach I've seen is using a (i.e. background-image: url(?selector);) in the CSS block and then checking server logs over time to see if that image has been accessed. If it is accessed, it was used; if not, it wasn't.
Here's what I'd like you to know upfront: this is a hard problem. If you've landed here because you're hoping to be pointed at a tool you can run that
“TIL: You can change the filename of a downloadable file by defining a value in the download attribute. #til #til24 MDN: https://t.co/w0b2czy6He TIL: https://t.co/JUR9AtvQ7q”
Pure CSS Oil Painting - by Diana Smith aka cyanHarlow
<davidwalsh.name> tient ça m'avait échappé ça.