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The Codification of Design
Jonathan Snook on managing the complexity between what designers make and what developers end up building:
Everything that a designer draws in a Sketch or Photoshop file needs to be turned into code. Code needs to be developed, delivered to the user, and maintained by the team.
That means that complexity in design can lead to complexity in code.
That’s not to say that complexity isn’t allowed. However, it is important to consider what the impact of that complexity is—especially …
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How Do You Put a Border on Three Sides of an Element?
I saw a little conversation about this the other day and figured it would be fun to look at all the different ways to do it. None of them are particularly tricky, but perhaps you’ll favor one over another for clarity of syntax, efficiency, or otherwise.
Let’s assume we want a border on the bottom, left, and right (but not top) of an element.
Explicitly declare each side
border-bottom: 2px solid black;
border-right: 2px solid black;
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Selectors That Depend on Layout
“Why the heck don’t we have
I heard someone ask that the other day and it’s a valid question. I’d even take that question further by asking about
::nth-column() or whatever else relates to CSS columns. We have stuff like
::first-line. Why not others?
There are many notable things missing from the “nth” crowd. Seven years ago, I wrote “A Call for ::nth-everything” and it included clear use cases like, perhaps, selecting the first …
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