Author: Nathaniel

From July 4, 2022

Cool CSS Selectors

One of the spoils of using Sass is the liberal use of nested selectors, allowing a high level of specificity. CSS is closing that gap, though!

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From July 1, 2022


SVG can ensure clearness and proper scaling. And when used directly in CSS, cut down on a network request.

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From June 30, 2022

Does WordPress Power 40% of Websites?

I won’t lie, I rallied against WordPress for a long time, but the claim of powering almost half the web wasn’t the reason.

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From June 26, 2022

Wow! A New Website!

I rebuilt my website!

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From June 13, 2022 React Project

I wanted to build a project and learn a new library. I used an idea from a Reddit post to learn React.

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From June 11, 2022

Audit Automation

Automating the tools you use to audit sites can be a big timesaver.

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From March 13, 2022

Everyday Sass Tools

I use Sass’s CLI a lot and wanted to drop some useful notes.

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From January 16, 2022

Gradients in CSS

A *lot* is possible with gradients in CSS – from the classic linear, to conic, it’s all SUPER fun stuff.

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From December 3, 2021

Media Queries in JavaScript

If JavaScript can animate things, should it also be able to tell if it should animate things?

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From September 6, 2021

Let’s Build A More Accessible Collapsible

Collapsible elements are useful pieces of UI that make digesting lots of content easier. But they’re often not accessible.

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