From Steve Schoger:
A collection of repeatable SVG background patterns for you to use on your web projects.
Some serious CSS Grid positioning, image manipulation and alpha transparency ninjitsu on display here from Stephanie Eckles!
This episode explores creating website heroes - aka “headers” - with one of my favorite ways to use CSS grid layout: by turning it into a canvas.
Accessible, Scalable Icons
SVGs enable full-screen hi-res visuals with a file-size near 5KB and
are well-supported by all modern browsers. What's not to love?
I love Cassie Evans’s new website design! It’s so full of personality while loaded with technical goodies too. Amazing work!
Here’s a neat trick. You can use an emoji as a favicon! I’ve written previously about how to do favicons properly, but for a short-lived hack project you tend to just need something quick and dirty. Chris Coyier has also shared a nice lil’ Codepen website showing the technique in action.
I wanted to see if it was possible to create SVG charts that would work without JS. Well, it is. I've also created an experimental Svelte component library called Pancake to make these techniques easier to use.
A collection of links for free stock photography, video and illustration websites
I’ve been admiring the wave effect at the foot of banners on Netlify’s website and had noted that they were achieved using SVG. So this tool which helps you “make waves” is pretty timely!
A while back I read a great SVG icon tip from Andy Bell which I’d been meaning to try and finally did so today. Andy recommended that for icons with text labels we set the
height of the icons to
1em since that will size them proportionately to the adjacent text and additionally lets us use
font-size to make any further sizing tweaks.
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