Geoff Graham

Sara Joy: Everybody's Free (To Write Websites)

Sara Joy: Everybody’s Free (To Write Websites)

Sara Joy’s adaptation of the song “Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen)” (YouTube) originally by Baz Luhrman with lyrics pulled directly from Mary Schmich‘s classic essay, “Wear Sunscreen”. Anyone who has graduated high school since 1999 doesn’t even have to look up the song since it’s become an unofficial-official commencement ceremony staple. If you graduated in […]

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Poppin' In | CSS-Tricks

Poppin’ In | CSS-Tricks

Oh, hey there! It’s been a hot minute, hasn’t it? Thought I’d pop in and say hello. 👋 Speaking of “popping” in, I’ve been playing with the Popover API a bit. We actually first noted it wayyyyy back in 2018 when Chris linked up some information about the <dialog> element. But it’s only been since

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CSS Container Queries | CSS-Tricks

CSS Container Queries | CSS-Tricks

Container queries are often considered a modern approach to responsive web design where traditional media queries have long been the gold standard — the reason being that we can create layouts made with elements that respond to, say, the width of their containers rather than the width of the viewport. .parent { container-name: hero-banner; container-type:

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