Holly Tuke writes about the five most annoying inaccessible web elements she faces as a blind screen reader user every day and teaches us how to fix them.
A free CSS online learning course.
This course breaks down the fundamentals of CSS into digestible, easy to understand pieces. Over the next few modules, you'll learn how the core aspects of CSS work and how to use them effectively in your projects.
I went from planning to production and tried to cover everything, but not to go into too much detail. Surely you can write a lot about each of those points on its own and in case you have questions to any specific part, please let me know.
Feed back is welcome also, of course.
Lea Verou created this article for everybody who is thinking to create a dark mode for their website. Well explained and easy to follow.
Chris Coyier has created this guide on custom CSS properties. Make your CSS code more readable, cleaner and safe time changing stuff.
To the question ”Why care about CSS custom properties?” Chris writes …
- They help DRY up your CSS. That is “Don’t Repeat Yourself.” Custom properties can make code easier to maintain because you can update one value and have it reflected in multiple places. Careful though, overdoing abstraction can make have the opposite effect and make code less understandable.
- They are particularly helpful for things like creating color themes on a website.
- They unlock interesting possibilities in CSS.
If you are – like me – using VS Code and you like to create your own look and feel for the environment you use, then here is something to waste your time with (I can easily spend days with this stuff to create everything like I want it). 😁
⇾ Visit: Theme Studio for VS Code
Ahmad Shadeed has collected and written about some practical use cases for CSS variables that are more than “only” storing your color values for the use in your CSS.
I myself removed all analytics tools about two or three years ago from any of my websites. Florens Verschelde has now taken a look onto a few different, small and privacy-focused tools for us.