Joy Shaheb explains every CSS background property and illustrates them with code examples. This might be handy for front-end developers and anyone who works with CSS. 🎨
If you’re using CSS Grid layout, then you might appreciate this recent post from Smashing Magazine by Rachel Andrew. It answers some common questions and addresses frequent stumbling blocks.
If you’re a front end developer, then you might like a behind the scenes walk-through on how Facebook maintains its CSS quality with PostCSS and Stylelint. I always find these kinds of articles interesting (even if i’m not currently using the mentioned tools), especially with a company as massive as Facebook.
Aesop is a self-described “story engine” for WordPress. The plugin boasts “components designed for rich storytelling experiences.” Basically, it creates an admin interface that allows a site owner to create interactive stories, similar to those popularized by projects like Medium 1.0 and a number of big news agencies like The Washington Post and The New York…
Rachel Andrew recently wrote an excellent guide to CSS Margins, including some things I had forgotten.
This is nice: Happy Cog is sharing their starter files, which includes their coding styles and CSS structure. The agency produces some great work, and if you are a front-end developer it might be worth a peak.
In a web project, styling forms is a common exercise but not always something enjoyable. WP Site Care has a good tutorial for those who struggle with the CSS and perhaps need to rethink their techniques.