Found 31 articles tagged with #guides

What CSS Versions Are You Talking About?

CSS versioning is a mess with countless separate modules, CSS3 literally refers to anything beyond CSS2.1, and there is no such thing as CSS4.

May 08, 2021#css#guides

Understanding CSS Fallback Behavior

Whether to use progressive enhancement or graceful degradation when providing CSS fallbacks for older browsers.

May 06, 2021#css#guides

CSS Error Handling

Error handling in CSS is taken care by CSS parsers where bad or unsupported syntax will be stripped off and recovered gracefully.

May 03, 2021#css#guides

Stop Writing CSS Vendor Prefixes Manually

Modern CSS has moved away from manual vendor prefixing in favor of automatic prefixing and feature queries.

Apr 29, 2021#css#guides

CSS Margin Collapsing

A CSS behavior when the adjoining margins of two or more elements can combine to form a single margin.

Apr 20, 2021#css#guides

CSS Box Model

The CSS box model describes the rectangular boxes that are generated for elements in the document tree.

Apr 19, 2021#css#guides

Writing Less CSS With Inheritance

CSS inheritance propagates property values from parent elements to their children, establish the basis for consistent design with little code.

Apr 17, 2021#css#guides

An Overview of TypeScript

TypeScript has become the obvious choice when you want to write statically-typed code that compiled to JavaScript.

Mar 28, 2021#typescript#guides

Overview of Different CSS Layouts

You can achieve a design with different CSS layout systems like Positioned, Flexbox, Grid, or Multi-Column Layout.

Mar 01, 2021#css#guides

JavaScript Host Environments

JavaScript was initially a browser-only scripting language. Today, JavaScript is a widely-adopted general-purpose multi-paradigm programming language that runs literally everywhere.