Often, I find myself skipping over typography when writing content in HTML. It’s even harder, sometimes, when dealing with CSS. Here is a quick reference some common typographical characters, and how to express them in both HTML and CSS.
Color is tricky! It’s often more complicated than I expect; when I underestimate it, I usually end up taking a dive down into some serious color theory and math. Let’s take a closer look at an interesting challenge when generating color ramps and gradients.
So, I’ve known for a long time that the
arguments object that is available in a function is
a bit “odd”, but until recently I didn’t realize how odd.
I’ve known for quite a while that, you could inject content into
HTML elements using CSS pseudo-elements –
::after. But, they are way more useful than I originally thought…