Doc Pop News Drop: GutenbergCloud and the Gutenberg Module for Drupal
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You can apply a filter to an entire element quite easily with the
filter property. But what if you want to apply a filter just to the background of an element? It’s weirdly tricky.
There are CSS properties that specific to backgrounds, like
background-blend-mode — but blending and filters are not the same thing. It sorta seems to be the reason we have
backdrop-filter, but not quite. That does filtering as the background interacts with what is behind the …
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It’s always fun to watch developers discover Netlify for the first time. It’s so easy. One way to do it is to just literally drag and drop a folder onto them and it will be online. Even better, connect a Git repo to a Netlify site and tell it what branch you want to watch, then any commits to that branch will automatically go live, even running your site’s build as it does it. …
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Say you have a very simple CSS grid layout with one column fixed at
300px and another taking up the rest of the space at
grid-template-columns: 1fr 300px;
That’s somewhat robust. That
1fr column will take up any remaining space left behind by the fixed
300px column. It’s true that the
auto value would do the same, but
auto isn’t quite as robust since it’s size is based on the content inside. So, …
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