A Quick Guide to CSS Attribute Selectors

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The Power of CSS Selectors and How to Use Them
One of the challenges of coding premium WordPress themes is the unpredictable nature of how they will be used. Compared to coding a custom website, especially one using static HTML documents where you have complete control over the markup, you have to solve problems creatively and ensure flexibility. In these cases, CSS selectors make all
Browser representatives on CSS performance
Around a year ago I wrote a couple of CSS performance related posts. The first post centred on CSS selectors and the second on CSS layout methods (Flexbox v Table). Sadly, while I dispelled (at least for myself) some long-standing CSS performance myths (principally that certain CSS selectors should be avoided at all costs for
A Guide to Absolute Centering in CSS
A guide to absolute centering techniques in CSS, using modern approach as well as covering fallbacks for older browesers.
Using CSS Pseudo-elements and Pseudo-classes like ::before and ::after
CSS wasn’t always as flexible as it is today. By using CSS pseudo-elements and pseudo-classes, designers can target elements based on their dynamic states or positioning in relation to other elements. Pseudo-Elements and Pseudo-Classes There are two types of pseudo selectors: pseudo-elements and pseudo-classes. Either of these pseudo selectors is intended to select objects for
Form validation in pure css
The new css3 specification two css selectors and . These are basically a pseudo-class which can work together with the form input element . Suppose you have an input element to check if a user types something correct or wrong. For checking, you only need to use html5 attribute. Now with the selector you can edit the color of an input field so the user knows if it is correct or wrong.
Just Released! ‘The Foundations of HTML, CSS & JavaScript’
Total Training is excited to announce the release of its latest course: The Foundations of HTML, CSS & JavaScript. Get started writing code and creating your own websites! This training course, teaches you about closures, prototypes, JSON, the DOM, selectors, inheritance in CSS and in JavaScript, and first class functions. This is not a course on JavaScript frameworks
Level Up Your CSS Skills With These 20 Pro CSS Tips
Front-end development is quickly becoming more and more focused on efficiency – faster loading and rendering through selector choice and minimizing code. Pre-processors like Less and SCSS go a long way in doing some of the work for us, but there are plenty of ways to write minimal, quick CSS the native way. This guide
Partial Borders with CSS
There is no such thing as border-length in CSS, which would have made this really easy to do. But anyway, if you want to have partial borders (a border that spans only half the length of the div e.g.), you can use the before/after pseudo selectors for this. You shouldn’t have to change any markup
A Quick Guide to Understanding Underground Drains
Underground drains require a plethora of right tools as well as a hefty amount of skills and knowledge. We’ve put together a quick guide to
CSS Variables Guide
Learn the basics of the CSS variables use, scope, restraints, and interaction with JavaScript, including interactive examples. Have your Codepen blank and ready so you can test it for yourself. Almost all programming languages support the use of variables, but not CSS. Initially, it did not support them. Until now. Really, rather than “variables,” they
9 Simple CSS Image Filters
CSS image filters are a quick way to tweak images in the browser without resorting to Photoshop. This simple reference gives you 9 CSS filter shorthands that provide an excellent way to maintain style consistency across visual content on your site, or just add a little fun to image hovers. CSS filters are most commonly
A Quick Reference Guide to the History of Yoga
Most articles out there get really into the details of the history, which is great, but if you are looking for a quick reference and guide to the history of the practice you do today, here it is.
Simple Masonry layouts with CSS Flexbox
A tutorial guide to show how to create CSS Flexbox-based Masonry layouts and improve them further with tiny bits of JavaScript.
Simple Responsive Tables with CSS
A quick CSS code snippet to make your HTML tables behave and don't break the layouts—alternative to JavaScript solutions for responsive tables.
Infographic: Quick Cannabis Labeling Guide
A go-to guide for labeling and packaging in the three main cannabis states Thanks to the folks at Memjet, we’re able to share this quick guide to cannabis labeling with you. While you should always double check your state’s official regulations via their website, this graphic does a great job of concisely summarizing the requirements
Changing the BGP Weight attribute
When BGP has multiple paths to the same destination it must decide which one to select. The route selection process is based on attributes, where the Weight attribute is the first one that BGP takes into account when deciding which path to choose in order to reach the destination. Weight attribute has local meaning (and
Attribute and Property on PHP
The concept of attribute and property raises many questions for those working with object-oriented programming, because conceptually they would be equal to one another. According to Fowler (2005), a property is a structural characteristic of a class, i.e, it effectively determines what the object is. But the other attribute can also represent what the class
A Quick Guide to GDPR
GDPR comes into effect on May 25, 2018. IDG Communications will be fully compliant, as we believe that it is in the best interest of our users and the industry. To help, we’ve put together a quick guide that might help you as you try to navigate these complicated waters. Data Subject: The only person
Quick guide to stargazing
Imagine going for a romantic walk with the object of your affection. Wouldn’t it be even more romantic (and impressive) if you could point to the sky and name some constellations? We made a quick guide to stargazing for you, to impress everyone you meet
JPA Tips: How to map a Duration attribute
Hibernate Tips is a series of posts in which I describe a quick and easy solution for common Hibernate questions. If you have a question for a future Hibernate Tip, please leave a comment below.   Question: JPA 2.2 didn’t add support for java.time.Duration. How can I map an attribute of that type with JPA?
Magento 2 get product collection filter by Attribute
Magento 2 get product collection filter by Attribute– We often need to load product collection filter by custom attribute. It is very simple to add attribute filter in product collection. Here in this article, we are going to explain how you can add attribute filter to product collection. Magento 2 get product collection filter by
Quick Edit for Taxonomies: Guide for Custom Fields
Quick Edit allows users to update essential pieces of content in a fast and super user-friendly way. In this post I'll guide you through creating your own Quick Edit field for Taxonomies. Give your users or clients the experience they deserve!
Excel Financial Formulas Quick Guide
Excel financial formulas allows to quickly and easily process accounting data. Here is a quick guide from Desktop Training Academy for using Excel financial formulas. Using Financial Formulas in Excel To use a financial formula in excel, click on the “Formula” tab along the main tool bar. From the function library, click on “Financial” and
CSS 3 Overdrive: Amazing creations in CSS
It’s easy to underestimate the power of CSS, as we’ve shown you before. There are still developers who think of CSS as merely a way of positioning and styling elements on a web page, but the possibilities are nigh endless, especially with the new features that CSS 3 offers. Take a look at the following
Advanced CSS And Sass: Take Your CSS To The Next Level!
Advanced CSS And Sass: Take Your CSS To The Next Level! The most advanced and modern CSS course on the internet: master animations, flexbox, responsive design, and so much more What Will I Learn? Tons of modern CSS techniques to create stunning designs and effects Advanced CSS animations with @keyframes, animation and transition How CSS
Pure CSS Francine
Diana Smith codet elaborierte Pics in CSS mit sauviel Handarbeit und Cascading Style Skills. Bild oben: Pure CSS Zigario. Noch interessanter aber finde ich dann die Crossbrowser-Remixe und die Ergebnisse in veralteter Technologie, die auf Twitter während ihres Viral-Erfolgs mit Pure CSS Francine auftauchten. Pure CSS Francine ist nett. Pure CSS Francine in Konquerors KHTML
The ECSS naming convention explained
This post serves as a detailed reference and rationale of how to name HTML classes and equivalent CSS selectors using a ECSS methodology. Related information: ECSS website Enduring CSS: writing style sheets for rapidly changing, long-lived projects OOCSS/Atomic CSS are Responsive Web Design ‘anti-patterns’ Here is the format for writing ECSS classes/selectors: .namespace
Book published on Amazon – Quick and Practical Guide to ARM Templates
Quick and Practical Guide to ARM Templates is a very non-conventional book. The objective of the book is to help you “Become Experts in Developing ARM Templates for Microsoft Azure without any prior knowledge”. This book is for both a beginner and intermediate users. This is a quick and practical approach to learning ARM Templates for
How to Apply a CSS Rule in WordPress: Basic CSS Part 3
Welcome to Part 3 of our 3-part series on writing basic CSS in WordPress! In Part 1 we covered the fundamentals of basic CSS and the anatomy of a CSS rule. In Part 2 we showed you how to practise writing your own rules to make temporary changes to a webpage. Now for Part 3
Talking at McrFRED about CSS architecture and Enduring CSS
I’ll be giving a talk on the 26th November at McrFRED about ‘Architecting and Maintaining Large Scale CSS Codebases’. Essentially, this will be a ‘talk version’ of my book, Enduring CSS. If you live anywhere near Manchester UK, and fancy coming along, head over to the meetup page. Even if you don’t usually come along




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