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Article published date March 11, 2018

What’s the Deal with Margin Collapse?

Learn about margin collapse, a fundamental concept of CSS layout. See visual examples of when margin collapse happens, and when it doesn’t.

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Article published date January 7, 2018

Better Typography with Font Variants

Learn how to use font variants, including ligatures, caps, numerals and alternate glyphs, to create more precise, beautiful typography on the web.

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Article published date October 31, 2017

Advanced CSS-Only HTML Form Styling

Learn about selectors both new and old that you can use to style form inputs based on requirement, validity and more.

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Article published date October 24, 2017

Unlocking the Benefits of CSS Variables

Overview of the benefits of CSS variables and helpful tips and tricks for working with them.

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Article published date October 12, 2017

Component Variants with Scoped CSS Variables

Scoped CSS variables provide an incredibly easy and clean way to create variants of common interface components like buttons.

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Article published date August 27, 2017

Semantic Image Overlays With Object-Fit

Learn how to use CSS grid and the object-fit property to create an image grid with overlays that is semantic and great for SEO.

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Article published date August 19, 2017

Live Theming with CSS Variables

CSS variables are opening up exciting new possibilities, like creating a very performant live theme editor that dynamically updates CSS values.

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Article published date August 10, 2017

Contextual Callouts with CSS Grid

Using the power of CSS grid, it is now easier than ever before to create callouts — small paragraphs that sit next to the primary text and offer additional information.