Thank You (2018 Edition)

Another year come and gone! As we do each year, let’s take a look at the past year from an analytical by-the-numbers perspective and do a goal review. Most importantly, I’d like to extend the deepest of thanks to you, wonderful readers of CSS-Tricks, for making this place possible.

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Awesome Demos from 2018

This is an outstanding list of creative and artistic browser demos from this past year from Mary Lou at Codrops.

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20+ Best Wedding Photoshop Actions

Adding stylish effects to wedding photos (such as retro, rustic, and moody filters) is a popular trend these days. One of the easiest ways to add this type of effect to your photos is with these—our picks of the best wedding Photoshop actions! Whether you’re trying to improve your own wedding photos before uploading them […]

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A Quick CSS Audit and General Notes About Design Systems

I’ve been auditing a ton of CSS lately and thought it would be neat to jot down how I’m going about doing that. I’m sure there are a million different ways to do this depending on the size and scale of your app and how your CSS works under the hood, so please take all this with a grain of salt.

First a few disclaimers: at Gusto, the company I work for today, our engineers and designers all write in …

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Styling a Select Like It’s 2019

It’s rather heartwarming to know you can style a <select> in a rather cross-browser friendly way that doesn’t hurt accessibility. Kudos for documenting this Scott!

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