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Chris Coyier
Co-founder . Does . Podcasts . Clawhammer. New Dad.
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Irina Blumenfeld 28m
Great explanation for beginning web developers (and clients too) on what it takes to get the website live. I wish I had it when I was starting by
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Chris Coyier 29m
Check out , , and I chat about DevTools, , Intrinsic Design and more! (Also has full transcript on this one we ordered through )
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Dan Mall 2h
Here's the conversation I had about portfolios with and on : . There's an interesting opportunity in it at the end of the show as well!
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Chris Coyier 33m
Replying to @smithua
Ya
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Replying to @zachleat
Seems like that could be a feature that isn’t toooooo terribly much work
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Chris Coyier 15h
I feel in between the two, perhaps. I do a lot of showing up but I also have so much privilege that the story isn’t terrible interesting or valuable.
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Chris Coyier Sep 17
Replying to @phry @terabaud @cdnjs
Yah it’s a version mismatch - for some bizarre reason has different versions for them, hopefully it’s fixed soon.
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Shelaine Roustio Sep 12
I really liked this highlight effect for articles - so I learned how to make it
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Chris Coyier Sep 17
Please insert Passport. (Does.) HI CHRIS J COYIER. PLEASE ENTER A BUNCH OF STUFF WE ALREADY KNOW. (Does.) SORRY WE WERE UNABLE TO READ YOUR PASSPORT PLEASE STAND IN THE LONG LINE OF OTHER DISAPPOINTED HUMANS. (😭)
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Mandy Michael Sep 16
You know what makes HTML so great? It's not just using elements in isolation, it's how we combine them for better semantics and meaning! Here is a post I wrote for CSSTricks about it, (featuring Voltron!)
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Chris Coyier Sep 16
Replying to @brad_frost
I had a rock in my shoe BRAD
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Chris Coyier Sep 16
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Mike Riethmuller Sep 15
If you want to know how stacking contexts stack up in CSS, my friend has written a detailed, yet incredibly easy to follow explainer
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Rachel Andrew Sep 15
Tell me the people who you think are doing great work creating resources and learning material for web development or design but who never seem to get the credit they deserve. I want to know who is flying under the radar.
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Steve Gardner Sep 15
This is one of the best examples of how powerful small libraries that harness css variables are. I hope we see more amazing libraries like splitting.js and scroll-out 👌
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Zach Saucier Sep 15
New Disintegrate.js demo
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Shaw Sep 14
In , transform-origin is almost as important and as powerful as transform. I built this animation on to help illustrate:
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Chris Coyier Sep 14
Church’n’bar is my favorite Europe.
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Chris Coyier Sep 14
Replying to @carlsmith
Hi cArl
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Chris Coyier Sep 14
Replying to @donohoe
Will do buddy
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