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Michelle Barker
Lead front end developer at , blogger at and Mozilla Tech Speaker. Just a CSS girl living in a JS world. She/her
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Michelle Barker 7h
Here’s an article I wrote the other day about building an interactive timetable: . Sometimes I like to break down a project and write about some of the decisions I made in the process. It may be useful to others or not, but it’s always useful to me 🤷‍♀️
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Michelle Barker 22h
Replying to @toddlibby @CodePen
Whoops, sorry – must’ve pasted in the wrong link 🙃 Thanks for the correction. Love this demo!
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Todd @ HOME 23h
Replying to @MicheBarks @CodePen
Thank you Michelle for the shoutout! :) Here’s the link to the Quote Generator (yours leads to the pixel dorito) The Dorito was very cool!
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Jhey Apr 4
Noticed my "Guide to CSS Animation" was missing the mention of negative animation-delay🤦‍♂️ Built a demo showing different effects you can achieve with delays and CSS variables 👍😎 via
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Michelle Barker Apr 4
Two top finds from yesterday’s meetup: Random Ron Swanson Quote Generator by – let’s face it, we all need this in our lives Single <div> Pixel-Generator by Myrto – because it’s everything I love about Codepen
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Michelle Barker Apr 4
Replying to @argyleink
BUT they are much less fun than building something cool with a bunch of rando Lego bricks, and I’m sure there’s an analogy in that somewhere too 😆🙃
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Rachel Carrell Apr 2
How are the working parents doing? In two words: barely surviving. If you don’t have kids, it’s hard to really grasp what life is like for your child-ed colleagues.
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Michelle Barker Apr 4
Replying to @Rumyra
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Michelle Barker Apr 3
Really enjoyed my first meetup with such a talented bunch of people! Thanks and for organising 💜
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Michelle Barker Apr 3
Replying to @philw_ @zachleat
Thank you, that’s awesome to hear! 💜
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Michelle Barker Apr 3
Replying to @ZoranJambor @zachleat
Thank you, that means so much! 💞
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quaranJina Apr 2
Dear friends, could you please help me spread the word?
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Michelle Barker Apr 3
Always a good feeling when you open a site in IE and it’s not as bad as you feared
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Michelle Barker Apr 3
Replying to @zachleat
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Michelle Barker Apr 3
Replying to @rosieebob @zachleat
Love the use of shape-outside on here! So rare to see it out in the wild 😍 Gorgeous design too
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Michelle Barker Apr 2
Replying to @DavidDarnes
I bet there is a framework where this is how it is actually written
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Michelle Barker Apr 2
Replying to @DavidDarnes
Oh hang on is this a fancy new framework
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Michelle Barker Apr 2
Replying to @DavidDarnes
Writing your CSS with caps lock on is your first mistake...
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Michelle Barker Apr 2
Current status: Making lists of all the things I don’t have time to do. Making lists is on that list.
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Michelle Barker Mar 31
My compound grid generator has been getting a lot of attention recently & a few people have asked for a higher column limit, so I’ve upped it to 18 per grid – but be careful, you almost definitely don’t need a 30-col grid for your web project! 😅
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