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I was messing around with a variable font the other day and noticed this weird rendering issue in the latest version of Chrome where certain parts of letterforms were clipping into each other in a really weird way. Thankfully, though, Stephen Nixon has come to the rescue with a temporary hack to fix the issue which using a text-shadow on the text that’s using the variable font:
text-shadow: 0 0 0 #000; /* text color goes last here
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Thinking and building in React involves approaching application design in chunks, or components. Each part of your application that performs an action can and should be treated as a component. In fact, React is component-based and, as Tomas Eglinkas recently wrote, we should leverage that concept and err on the side of splitting any large chunking into smaller components.
Splitting inevitably introduces component hierarchies, which are good because they bloated components and architecture. However, things can begin to …
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This tutorial will show you how to add realtime comments to a Gatsby blog. You will use Node and Express to create a simple backend, allowing users to add and view comments instantly.
Keith J. Grant:
I want to look at three key characteristics of CSS that set it apart from conventional programming languages: it’s resilient; it’s declarative; and it’s contextual. Understanding these aspects of the language, I think, is key to becoming proficient in CSS.
- Like HTML, unknown or slightly broken CSS doesn’t stop a site in its tracks.
- You write something you want to happen in CSS, it happens, and a bunch of related things may happen to. I like Keith’s