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Tomek Sułkowski Aug 3
tip for today: `:focus-within` pseudoclass allows to style element that contains a focused element. You can use it to e.g. put more emphasis on a fieldset the user is filling at a certain moment.
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Sara Soueidan Aug 9
Literally this. I wrote a reference and I'm still learning CSS today. We're all constantly learning. And this doesn't apply to CSS only.
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Moreshwar Boramanikar Jul 31
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Mattia Astorino Jul 30
Drop your old and ugly library. Fluid typography is now a - only thing! 🚀
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fares hamel 5s
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Adam Argyle Aug 4
6 Different Centering Grid & Flex Layouts 👍 `place-items: center` `place-content: center` when used with.. `display: flex` vs `display: grid` What's the difference? What do they even do?! I got ya 👇🤓
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Tanya Singh Aug 1
Checkout my new blog post on How to create a coronavirus tracker with React.js.
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Nadia Laasri Aug 9
Half-way through and i have already : - made more than 35 pure drawings : - wrote my first blog post : - learnt a lot of new things. - met amazing people. Thank you all for your support.🙏
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K_M_Praveen Jul 31
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Arte al Programar Jul 30
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Tezra India Jul 31
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My Trash Code 👨‍💻 ♻️ Jul 31
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sakshi shah Jul 31
DAY 51: Practical✌️ Made a Parallax Scroller inspired by rainbow colors using CSS and HTML🤩. Got to know a lot more about parallax effects! Love the way it looks❣️
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Tinloof Aug 6
💡CSS tip💡 🤔Did you know that you can use "column-count" property to divide your text in different columns? 👇🏽 Have a look here
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