Things I Wish I’d Known About CSS
Like many developers, I taught myself to code from a combination of books and looking at source code. Here are some of things I wish I’d been aware of earlier in my CSS journey.
Getting SVG-defined clip-paths to scale with an image’s size isn’t as straightforward as other basic shapes. What do you need to be aware of?
How to set font sizes in CSS
There are lots of ways to set font sizes: pixels, ems and rems. What’s the difference between these and which should you use?
Managing Vertical Margins in CSS
Achieving consistent vertical space between elements with CSS can be hard. Margins are usually to blame: how can we make them more manageable?
The Top Typography Resources (2020)
Learning about type can be daunting because it’s such a broad topic. There are lots of rules/best practices and it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here are some resources to help you get started.
Writing CSS Faster
Write. Save. Refresh. Edit. Save. Refresh. Sound familiar? If that’s your CSS workflow, it can be a frustrating experience. Find out how you can speed up the process of writing CSS with DevTools.
Troubleshooting Your CSS
If your CSS is working as you’d expect, where you begin with troubleshooting it? Here are some tips to get you started, with a PDF download for waiting list subscribers.