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How To Marquee Elements in 2022 (Best Practices)

This article will discuss the best ways to make moving marquee elements in modern web design. A marquee is an infinite section of text and/or visual element (like images) that automatically scrolls horizontally. Despite the […]
By James LePage

Testing CSS/Websites for prefers-reduced-motion Queries

prefers-reduced-motion is a helpful accessibility query that every web developer should be using. It checks to see if a users system has been instructed to minimize motion. Some may be negatively impacted by animations such […]
By James LePage

How to Make Snapping Scroll Sections with CSS Scroll-Snap (fullpage.js alternative)

In this tutorial, we're going to make a page that snaps from one fullscreen section to another as the user scrolls. This effect was popularized by the fullpage.js library. But now, there are better options […]
By James LePage
July 4, 2022

Fresh Web Framework - First look at the newest way to build websites and webapps in 2022

In this article we're going to take a look at the new Fresh web framework, a Deno-based typescript web framework with some shiny features like utilization of the islands architecture, no build requirements and 0kbs […]
By James LePage
July 2, 2022

Using AutomaticCSS With Bricks Builder

This article will take a look using Automatic CSS, a popular framework for WordPress page builders, and Bricks Builder. With Automatic CSS Version 2.0, currently in beta, official support has been added for the Bricks […]
By James LePage

AutomaticCSS Review: Professional CSS Utility Framework for Oxygen and WP

In this article, we're going to review the AutomaticCSS utility CSS framework for Oxygen Builder. We'll review the features, pricing, intangibles, and competitors to see if this is a good addition to your plugin toolkit […]
By James LePage
February 27, 2022

Top CSS Background Patterns For Your Website (2022)

Background patterns on a website can seriously spruce up the design of specific sections and pages. When incorporated correctly, they'll add a premium feel while replacing the need for heavy You can add background patterns […]
By James LePage
January 23, 2022

CSS Margin vs. Padding: What’s the Difference?

Have you thought about creating your website? Whether you’re looking to create your own business or set up a blog, it’s essential to have a basic understanding of HTML (HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading […]
By James LePage
September 8, 2021

SCSS in WordPress - Here’s How

In this article, we’re going to cover two methods that you can use to incorporate SCSS in WordPress. The first method is a popular and user friendly plugin called Scripts Organizer (SCORG), and the second […]
By James LePage
January 22, 2021

Easy Split Color Backgrounds Using CSS Gradients

If you're looking to add split color backgrounds to your website, there is an easy way to do that with CSS. It's pretty well supported, and makes for a very unique effect. You can add […]
By James LePage
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