Why would you do that in CSS?

Have you seen Lynn Fisher’s extraordinary A Single Div project? Not only are all these graphics drawn in just HTML and CSS, they are all created with (you guessed it) a single <div>.

Why would she do that? Here’s one pertinent possibility: it’s none of our business. We’re free to wonder, or even ask if it’s done respectfully enough. But does it really matter? Let’s stop short of assuming she doesn’t know what’s she’s doing, assuming it’s a twisted form of pain, or that she’s unaware of other technologies. Check out the example where she drew the official SVG logo with CSS and a single div. Woke.

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WordPress 4.9.5 Squashes 25 Bugs

WordPress 4.9.5 is available for download and is a maintenance and security release. WordPress 4.9.4 and earlier versions are affected by three security issues. The following security hardening changes are in 4.9.5. Localhost is no longer treated as the same host by default. Safe redirects are used when redirecting the (more…)
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How To Hook Your Visitors With A Sizzling ‘About Us’ Page Design

If you represent a business, you’ve got a chance to shake hands with your prospective customers, smile to them, and tell about your brand in person. Of course, it isn’t feasible to meet every potential customer so you have to be just as engaging through your website. If you want to effectively introduce your company …
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Animated SVG Radial Progress Bars

Dave Rupert shows us all how to animate radial progress bars in SVG with a tiny script alongside the stroke-dasharray and stroke-dashoffset properties:

For a client project we tasked ourselves with building out one of those cool radial progress bars. In the past, we’ve used entire Canvas-based charting libraries (156k/44k gzip), but that seemed like overkill. I looked at Airbnb’s Lottie project where you export After Effects animations as JSON. This is cool for complex animations, but the dependencies seemed …

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20+ Best 3D Logo Mockup Templates

Choosing the right mockup template to showcase your logo design is a key way to impress your client. Choosing a logo template with depth, texture, and realism can really help set your design apart. Clients want to see how your logo design will look on a finished product. Whether you’re working on a logo design […]
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Ruby Sass to be put to pasture on March 26, 2019

There have long been multiple implementations of Sass. Most notably, the canonical Ruby version, now at 3.5.6. Then there is LibSass, the C++ version, which is at version 3.4 and…

Current LibSass 3.4 should be compatible with Sass 3.4.

LibSass is notable because it powers the majority of Sass ports. Over 30 of them, apparently, including the most popular one: node-sass, which provides Sass for the bajillion projects out there that wanna run an npm-y JavaScript-based …

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IBM Plex

Here’s a free new font for IBM Plex, a family of typefaces by the iconic company of the same name. It’s on Google Fonts if you want to use it.

And we’re talking about a multifaceted font. It touts having:

  • Roman and Italics
  • Four subfamilies
  • Eight weights
  • Support for 100 languages

The site promoting the font is noteworthy in and of itself. It’s been designed to showcase how the typefaces were built as a single, complex system and tells the …

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