Arch  Hessel

Arch Hessel

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6 Quirky JavaScript and CSS Tricks You Should Know

I have lately come across a lot of JS and CSS tricks post and today I have compiled a list of my own. I hope you learn something from these.

1. Optionally add JS property

Quite often we have keys in objects that are dynamic in nature and whether they make it to the final object is dependent on a condition.

For example, let’s say we have a tracking event function and one of the parameters is optional. If it’s there we would like to include it in the tracking object otherwise not have that property only.

// title is optional here
function sendTrackingEvent(status, title, pageName) {

    const obj = {
         status,
         pageName,
     };
     if (title) {
          obj["title"] = title;
     }
     trackPageview(obj);
}

That’s one way to add a check and add property, but there’s an even better way to add property conditionally and that’s with spread operator. Here’s the same example:

function sendTrackingEvent(status, title, pageName){
     const obj = {
         status,
         pageName,
         ...(title && {title: title})
     }
     trackPageview(obj);
}

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6 Quirky JavaScript and CSS Tricks You Should Know

Seven CSS Tricks You Don't Know About!

In this video, I am going to teach you how to create seven really simple but cool things with CSS3. The codepen links will be available on my blog.

What you will learn:

  1. Disable Link Click
  2. Image Rendering
  3. Target Specific File Extension
  4. Background Clipping
  5. Sticky Bar
  6. Image Filters
  7. Unicode Classes

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Arch  Hessel

Arch Hessel

1614716820

6 Quirky JavaScript and CSS Tricks You Should Know

I have lately come across a lot of JS and CSS tricks post and today I have compiled a list of my own. I hope you learn something from these.

1. Optionally add JS property

Quite often we have keys in objects that are dynamic in nature and whether they make it to the final object is dependent on a condition.

For example, let’s say we have a tracking event function and one of the parameters is optional. If it’s there we would like to include it in the tracking object otherwise not have that property only.

// title is optional here
function sendTrackingEvent(status, title, pageName) {

    const obj = {
         status,
         pageName,
     };
     if (title) {
          obj["title"] = title;
     }
     trackPageview(obj);
}

That’s one way to add a check and add property, but there’s an even better way to add property conditionally and that’s with spread operator. Here’s the same example:

function sendTrackingEvent(status, title, pageName){
     const obj = {
         status,
         pageName,
         ...(title && {title: title})
     }
     trackPageview(obj);
}

#html #javascript #css

IT Articles

IT Articles

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Learn to use variables in CSS (CSS Tricks)

Variables in CSS

This video explains the concept of variable in CSS (Cascading Stylesheet), how to declare and use them.
And finally the benefits of variables in CSS.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fB43MWkP6A

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Web Monster

Web Monster

1677108125

Creating a Responsive Blog with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Are you looking to build a professional-looking blog with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript? In this video 

tutorial, we'll walk you through the process of designing and developing a blog from scratch, step-by-step. 

 

From creating the layout of your blog with HTML and CSS to adding interactivity and functionality with JavaScript, 

we'll cover everything you need to know to create a fully functional blog. Whether you're a blogger, 

web developer, or simply looking to learn new skills, this tutorial is for you! 

We'll also provide some tips and tricks along the way to help you optimize your blog for search engines, improve your website's accessibility, and enhance the user experience. 

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- Click on the UpFiles link 

- Click the green button (code) 

- Click Download ZIP 

- Extract the project to the desired location 

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Lyda  White

Lyda White

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How to Image Uploader with Preview || Html CSS JavaScript

Image Uploader with Preview || Html CSS JavaScript || #html #css #javascript #coding

#html #css #javascript