I just looked at the number of this issue, 250. That's two-hundred and fifty weeks of CSS Layout goodness. I've managed not to miss a week so far, mostly thanks to the fact that people write enough interesting stuff to bring me a few things to share each week.
My diary is filling up with virtual presenting and workshops. It's not the 2020 I expected, but it's the 2020 I am getting. I'm trying to adapt to this new normal and to enjoy the time at home, feeling fortunate I have a garden to plant things in, and good friends online to spend time with in a virtual way at least. I hope you are all staying safe and well.
Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News
I'll be speaking about subgrid at Smashing Meets on 19th of May. It's a free virtual meet-up style event with 3 x 30 minute talks.
A post about avoiding sudden layout shifts, to prevent the problem where someone is about to click something and it moves.
An incredibly detailed post about the CSS
A collection of nice solutions for a variety of things that have typically been difficult to do in CSS.
An article digging into the detail of micro-typography, the spacing between letters and punctuation marks.
Try out different box shadows on a variety of elements.
I've been completely rewriting and re-recording my CSS Layout course. You can learn Grid, Flexbox, browser support and much more by coding along with me in these lessons.
The first lessons are now online and if you sign up for the complete course with code EARLYBIRD, you will get a $40 discount and be first to see all of the new material as soon as it goes online.
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