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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the web’s core styling language. For web developers, It’s one of the quickest technologies to get started with, but one of the hardest to master. Follow Una Kravets and Adam Argyle, Developer Advocates from Google, who gleefully breakdown complex aspects of CSS into digestible episodes covering everything from accessibility to z-index.
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On this episode of the #CSSpodcast, we’re diving into how to deal with glitchy animations in your code base! Links: MDN transform-style - https://goo.gle/45YFu8B MDN backface-visibility - https://goo.gle/46mPvfE Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unicorn face host of @toolsda…
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In this episode, we tackle the issues around getting undesirable gradient results. Sometimes it's you, sometimes it's the color space. We'll help you identify, assess and remedy muddy gradients. Links: HD color guide - https://goo.gle/3RhyvmP various gradients in color spaces - https://goo.gle/3Pc02TV modern css gradient tool - https://goo.gle/3P4K…
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In this episode we're shifting the topic to layout shift, that moment where you watch the page adapt to something lazily loaded which has impacted the layout in some way where you see content shift around. Links: CLS - https://goo.gle/3kle3AW Optimizing CLS - https://goo.gle/3fxu6IE CSS for Web Vitals - https://goo.gle/3E98gY9 Una Kravets (co-host)…
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Too small? Too big? Learn how to make your images just right and all the reasons they might be looking a little funky when you’re adding media to your interface. Links: CSS for Web Vitals → https://goo.gle/3E98gY9 Learn Responsive Images → https://goo.gle/45EFuds Aspect Ratio → https://goo.gle/3PdyjDS Demos → https://goo.gle/3qJuQ6z & https://goo.g…
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In this episode we're overjoyed to overexplain why you may be having overflow in your page. somewhere over the rainbow, an overheating developer overcooked the inline sizes and ended up oversleeping for work the next day. Now let's overanalyze and overshare about CSS overflow. Links: The rules of Margin Collapse → https://goo.gle/441OGaH Everything…
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In this episode we explore why margin may not be working for you. We’ll teach you about block formatting contexts and margin collapsing! We'll make you the space you want in your designs! Links: The Rules of Margin Collapse → https://goo.gle/441OGaH CSS Margins → https://goo.gle/4434Ctj Learn more → https://goo.gle/3YrJDiw Una Kravets (co-host) Twi…
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In this episode we explore why z-index isn’t working for you. We’ll teach you about stacking context and how to make sure you’ve set yourself up for layering success! Join us on this journey through positioning, variable architecture, tools, and more, to bring those elements to light. Links: Stacking context → https://goo.gle/43It8jl Una Kravets (c…
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Listen to Adam and Una recap all of the exciting landings they talked about in 2022 in this end-of-season recap. If you missed the others, don’t miss this one! Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unicorn face host of @toolsday & Designing in the Browser 🎬 Adam Argyle (co-host)…
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In this episode Una and Adam talk about CSS Nesting, per the current 2022 spec draft. They'll cover the syntax basics, some gotchas and of course a bunch of examples. Links Nesting 1 Spec - https://goo.gle/3VgnoJR Adam exploring the prototype implementation in Canary - https://goo.gle/3UGsMpv @scope and @layer and nesting - https://goo.gle/3EyJ3Hq …
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In this episode Una and Adam discuss subgrid, a special value for grid-template-rows or grid-template-columns. Learn the general details of usage, use cases, tips, tricks and gotchas, so you can use the feature with confidence. Links CSS Grid Spec - https://goo.gle/3EfjoDq MDN - https://goo.gle/3tbooTx Smashing Magazine - https://goo.gle/3DUb7Ds Ah…
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Media query range syntax is a really nice addition. Links Polyfill: https://goo.gle/3TXcyYD New syntax for range media queries: https://goo.gle/3DQlHg0 Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unicorn face host of @toolsday & Designing in the Browser 🎬 Adam Argyle (co-host) Twitter…
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In this episode Una and Adam cover changes to the color level 5 and new color level 6 specs, so you can stay HD on the topic. Plus, a dive into CSS color functions for manipulating colors. Links CSS Color Module Level 5 → https://goo.gle/3f8BgpT CSS Color Module Level 6 → https://goo.gle/3TIsPAI Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube M…
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:has() is a new CSS selector which allows developers to query for the presence of a child or state. It has been called the “parent selector”, but it’s much more than that! Using :has() you can style up and down a DOM tree, making this an incredible powerful feature. Learn how to take advantage of this new API with lots of examples in this episode. …
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In this episode Una and Adam explain a non-CSS property, but very relevant front-end UI property, called inert. It's a way to have a visually guarded part of the UI also be guarded for keyboard and screen reader users. Links Inert spec - https://goo.gle/3SXid0C MDN - https://goo.gle/3rK1Ybd Chrome Developers: Introducing Inert - https://goo.gle/3CL…
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Container queries (also known as @container) are a new entrypoint for truly component-based responsive design. In this episode, Adam and Una will walk you through how to use them, what browser support looks like, and upcoming features that will give you even more control over your responsive interfaces! Links CQ + :has() → https://goo.gle/3ymiwJS M…
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In this episode Una and Adam cover Cascade Layers (aka @layer). It's a way for authors to control and orchestrate their own CSS layering which can help avoid specificity and asynchronous loading issues. Instead of styles taking the most recent style based on order of appearance, orchestrate layers and place styles inside them to control which overr…
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DevTools Mini Series continues, this time on interactions. Una Kravets and Adam Argyle are joined by Jecelyn Yeen to discuss interaction, and interaction inspection/ debugging in DevTools. Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unicorn face host of @toolsday & Designing in the Br…
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DevTools Mini Series continues, this time on accessibility tooling. Una Kravets and Adam Argyle are joined by Jecelyn Yeen to discuss how DevTools can help you discover and fix accessibility issues. Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unicorn face host of @toolsday & Designing…
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DevTools Mini Series continues, this time on layout. Una Kravets and Adam Argyle are joined by Jecelyn Yeen to discuss an overview of how DevTools can help you create and debug layouts. Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unicorn face host of @toolsday & Designing in the Brows…
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Welcome to the DevTools Mini Series for The CSS Podcast. On this episode, Una Kravets and Adam Argyle are joined by Jecelyn Yeen to discuss an overview of color and shared tips. Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unicorn face host of @toolsday & Designing in the Browser 🎬 Ada…
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We’ve reached the end of season 2 of the CSS Podcast. In this closing episode, we recap every episode by sharing our favorite tips and learnings from the last few months! Episodes reminisced E30 → Lists E31 → @rules E32 → Page Media Queries E33 → Preference Media Queries E34 → Overflow E35 → Background E36 → Text & Typography E37 → Cursors & Pointe…
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Count on The CSS Podcast to cover counters. Una and Adam teach all the ways to create, reset, and update counters. Use them for lists, games and more! Links Counters Level 3 → https://goo.gle/3f2BP18 Pure CSS Games Collection → https://goo.gle/3l0wrQe Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @go…
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CSS and SVG are very intertwined, and you can create a lot of unique effects by combining the two. This episode dives into a few CSS + SVG tips and tricks, including where and how to use SVG on your page, icon systems, color theming, adding animations, filter effects, and more! Links Solved with CSS: Colorizing SVG → https://goo.gle/3x0Uilb SVGOMG …
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This episode is about the very available CSS values inherit, initial, unset and revert. We'll help explain what they are, what they do and when to use them. Links CSS Tricks Article → https://goo.gle/2U5PxJw Quirksmode Article → https://goo.gle/2TY80rz Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @g…
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Today we are breaking down accessibility related styling choices to ensure a better user experience for all of your users. These include focus visibility, keyboard navigation, and more! Links #lintHTMLwithCSS - https://goo.gle/3dSMIlU CSS Speech Level 1 - https://goo.gle/3xrg3vc Media Queries Level 5 - https://goo.gle/3qUcBXz Una Kravets (co-host) …
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Today we touch on touch interaction. Covering CSS's ability to change a user's touch experience with properties like touch-action, scroll-behavior, user-select and more. Links MDN - https://goo.gle/3y8My14 Spec - https://goo.gle/3dm4opF Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨 Web DevRel @googlechrome Unic…
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In this episode, Adam and Una explore some CSS syntactic sugar! They discuss the :is and :where functions, how they differ, and how they’re paving the way for nesting. Links Adam's post on web.dev → https://goo.gle/3qhYifl MDN :is() → https://goo.gle/3qgU0Vf Forgiving selector parsing → https://goo.gle/3xLTYHL Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instag…
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Custom properties, aka CSS variables, are runtime dynamic variables which allow you to store loose or typed values. They're free, super fast, improve code legibility, unlock powers, are reachable with JavaScript, animateable, overall super fun and, well, kind of complex. Links Module Level 1 → https://goo.gle/3wtADL1 82% of developers get this 3 li…
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In this episode we deep dive the experimental Scroll Animations spec to bring you the breakdown on @scroll-timeline powered CSS animation. Learn about scroll-linked animations vs scroll-triggered animations and how to orchestrate scroll interactions with elements of the page. Links Scroll animations level 1 draft →https://goo.gle/3pvWX49 Polyfill →…
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In this episode it's all about transitions. What you can and can't transition, it's limits, and it's super powers. We'll finish up with ways to trigger transitions and a few tips and tricks. Links CSS Transitions https://goo.gle/3vIDi31 Cont. https://goo.gle/3pcpueY Una Kravets (co-host) Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Making the web more colorful ✨🎨…
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The CSS contain property can give you some serious performance gains by adjusting how and when the browser renders elements. In this episode, we go over all the different types of containment, and where you might use them. Links MDN doc on containment → https://goo.gle/3fRejEd Content-visibility → https://goo.gle/3wBMB52 Una Kravets (co-host) Twitt…
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In this episode we're guiding scroll areas into their peaceful resting places, maintaining alignment, keeping visual harmony, and improving the overall experience with the content. Links Scroll Snap Level 1 draft → https://goo.gle/2R9hUow overscroll-behavior → https://goo.gle/3o7vLYE scroll-behavior → https://goo.gle/3uKvkWU Una Kravets (co-host) T…
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In this episode we enter the 3rd dimension with CSS, placing and manipulating objects in 3D space with the transform property. 2D and 3D transforms are spectacular ways to animate and create a sense of depth in a design, follow along for how it all works. Links CSS Transforms Module Level 1 → https://goo.gle/2RsETdW CSS Transforms Module Level 2 → …
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Paths, shapes, clipping, masking, oh my! There’s so much you can do with CSS shapes—from creating transition effects to creating interesting and organic typographic layouts. In this episode we dive in to how to wrangle shape effects in CSS. Shapes Level 1 → https://goo.gle/3gkJAkG Shapes Level 2 → https://goo.gle/3amJLIk Masking Level 1 → https://g…
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Welcome back to The CSS Podcast, where we cover all things CSS from accessibility to c-index. Today, Una and Adam will discuss a micro syntax for pseudo class notification when working with nth-child. Selectors level 3 → https://goo.gle/3dWB48G Useful nth-child recipes → https://goo.gle/3e102DE Nth-child syntax → https://goo.gle/328nA4b Quantity qu…
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What do mouse pointers, potatoes, and your fingers have in common? They can all interact with a screen! With CSS we can define how active our web boxes are, which areas are interactive, and what style the cursor should be. Maybe that means your mouse arrow becomes an animated magic wand, or maybe not. Get ready for a fun episode, where things get a…
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In this episode we cover typography on the web from your CSS. From font properties to word breaking. Also, Adam gets thrown off and amazed at how dynamic the text underline property is and revels in the difference between small caps and petite caps. Links MDN Text Fundamentals → https://goo.gle/2O4Fh13Text Decoration 3 → https://goo.gle/3u7M2yK The…
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In today's episode we cover overscroll and all the ways to handle content that's bursting at the seams. The web has a natural tendency to show overflowing content, so let's study our options when it comes to wrangling those pesky misbehavers. LinksText-overflow → http://goo.gle/38uDGbXCSS Overflow Module → http://goo.gle/2N7KsNg The CSS Podcast#CSS…
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In this episode we talk about page media queries and all the ways you can pivot your styles based on device capabilities, viewport size, etc. Links Media Queries → http://goo.gle/2MhYfR2 Scripting → http://goo.gle/2Mdan5E The 'display-mode' media feature → http://goo.gle/2NoFr3c Prefers-* Security and Privacy → http://goo.gle/3kfwUM0 CSS Color Adju…
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In this episode we talk about CSS @rules and all the different customizations you can make to fonts, encoding, animations, Houdini, and more. LinksAt-rules → http://goo.gle/3uvvRwb CSS Conditional Rules Module → http://goo.gle/37Bgf02 @property → https://goo.gle/3upuMpB Media Queries → https://goo.gle/2Nl2VGp CSS Fonts → http://goo.gle/3dB2uSU The …
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In this Season 2 kickoff episode we talk about lists; their bullets/markers, styleability and overall featureset. List-en closely 🤓 LinksCSS Lists and Counters Module → http://goo.gle/2LlRhtS Custom bullets with CSS → http://goo.gle/3rol0BL CSS Lists, Markers, And Counters→ http://goo.gle/3cHa5yPCSS Counter Grid → https://goo.gle/3awKJkp The CSS Po…
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In this episode, we get a little more experimental as we continue the Houdini series and discuss the Layout Worklet, also sometimes referred to as the Houdini Layout API. The Layout API enables developers to write their own layout algorithms. For more about Houdini worklets, check out our last episode on the Paint Worklet for an overview → https://…
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In this episode, we continue the Houdini series and enter worklet land! We go over the Paint Worklet, an API that enables developers to define canvas-like custom painting functions that can be used directly in CSS as backgrounds, borders, masks, and more. Links CSS Paint API → https://goo.gle/39bWvBV MDN Docs on CSS Painting API → https://goo.gle/3…
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In this episode we go over the TypedOM, a new API for parsing, converting, creating and managing CSS. It's typed, as the name suggests, and these typings not only help developers find bugs, they can make properties animateable natively in the engine. Links MDN Typed OM Reference → https://goo.gle/3n2FrC9 Spec → https://goo.gle/32fq94O caniuse attri…
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In this episode we introduce Houdini! We start by talking about our hooks into the layout engine and CSS parser, so we can connect our custom functionality with some CSS authored by a designer or developer. These hooks are called Houdini Properties & Values. Links Properties and Values Spec → https://goo.gle/2HZ6Aad Value Definitions Spec → https:/…
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