HTML & CSS have come a long way in a relatively short period of time. In this video, we show you some of the modern CSS tips and tricks in an effort to help you improve your workflow and become a more efficient front-end developer. Got any tips of your own? Comment below and let us know!
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In day-to-day work life for a frontend developer, one comes across scenarios where you get to use the same styling in order to style a particular element. In this article, here are the first 5 of the CSS tricks I regularly use in my day-to-day work:
There are a lot of cases I come across where an element has a fixed width but its text content overflows and then overlaps the other adjacent elements, so here is a generic style class that I use on the element to prevent the text from overflowing.
CSS trick for handling overflowing text with an ellipsis
In order to make the above styling work, the element needs to have a fixed width. I usually use separate style classes to apply width in order to keep the style classes as generic as possible.
The easiest way to center-align text, an image, or any other element within a block is by using just a couple of flexbox properties. The style class needs to be applied to the block element and the content inside it will automatically be centrally aligned.
CSS trick for center align content inside a block element
Please note that the element which uses this class needs to have some height (or min-height) and only then it can be seen that the inside content aligns itself vertically in the middle of the block.
During the testing phase of the UI, sometimes the layout needs to be tested with longer text which has no spaces and is full of special characters, which might not be a realistic scenario but the UI should still be able to handle it smoothly.
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As a front-end developer, I spend much of my time dealing with designs and making sure that the product design looks exactly like the Sketch file, however, this task, as trivial as it sounds, can give me a lot of headaches. But why?
Even though web design has changed a lot in the last few years, and things are getting better, there are still a lot of differences in the way each browser would render certain layouts, and this is highly aggravated when you need to consider support for IE. With enough experience the type of layout errors you generate is reduced, however, they still happen. Maybe I don’t write fully incompatible code to start with, but misalignment happens, and we need good ways to deal with them.
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Today I would like to tell you about several CSS properties and values that are rarely mentioned in technical literature, but, in my opinion, are of particular interest for improving the speed and quality of web interface development.
Many of the properties discussed are experimental. Most of them are supported by all modern browsers. However, if you decide to use any of these properties in production, consider visiting Can I use to clarify if they are supported.
So, are you ready for a little journey into the amazing and almost borderless world of CSS? Let’s get started!
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