1. Typographic Unicode

    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.

  2. Better Color Gradients with HUSL

    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.

  3. Exploring the Discrete Cosine Transform
  4. Understanding Delegated JavaScript Events

    Have you ever been curious how delegated events work in JavaScript? How they can be implemented? Let’s take a look…

  5. The magical world of the JavaScript arguments object

    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.

  6. Fun with pseudo-elements

    I’ve known for quite a while that, you could inject content into HTML elements using CSS pseudo-elements – ::before and ::after. But, they are way more useful than I originally thought…