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CSS-Tricks Screencasts is focused on showing you tips, tricks, techniques about web design.

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    #195: How to Draw a Line with CSS

    #195: How to Draw a Line with CSS

    Stupid simple, right? It is! But it’s fun to think about for a few minutes and count a bunch of different ways we could do it. And what do I mean by a line anyway? We’ll mostly talk about a 1px solid horizontal line, but we’ll veer off a little bit and talk about other lines. Can’t CSS draw a line from any point to any point? Not really, actually — unless we get pretty fancy with SVG that is.… Read article “#195: How to Draw a Line with CSS”

    • 16 min
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    #194: Jetpack’s Social Integration

    #194: Jetpack’s Social Integration

    Jetpack can help automate your site’s social media.




    It’s a pretty small feature compared to all the huge stuff Jetpack can do, like improve your site’s search, back it up, and protect it. But it’s a feature I love nonetheless.




    CSS-Tricks has social media accounts, for example, the Twitter handle @css. We largely use that account to notify folks when new content has been published to the site, and it’s been that way long enough … Read article “#194: Jetpack’s Social Integration”

    • 7 min
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    #193: Scully: the SSG for Angular

    #193: Scully: the SSG for Angular

    Tara Z. Manicsic joined me for this video, setting up the very basics of Scully, which is a Static Site Generator for Angular — nay, the SSG for Angular, as Tara pointed out to me.




    I don’t know much Angular at all. In fact, I didn’t have the Angular CLI installed on my machine at all when we started this video, so that ends up being one of the first things we do. Then we get into scaffolding a new … Read article “#193: Scully: the SSG for Angular”

    • 1 hr 3 min
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    #192: Git Tricks for Getting Yourself Out of Trouble

    #192: Git Tricks for Getting Yourself Out of Trouble

    As amazing as Git is for handling your source code, you can certain git (lol) yourself into trouble. What if you make a change to a file and you want to get rid of the change? What if you just want to get rid of part of the change? What if you’ve already committed it? What if the commit was good but the commit message was bad? Those are just the first few that we cover in this video.




    Tobias … Read article “#192: Git Tricks for Getting Yourself Out of Trouble”

    • 1 hr 11 min
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    #191: Learn by doing: CUBE CSS

    #191: Learn by doing: CUBE CSS

    Andy Bell joins me to talk through his CSS methodology he calls CUBE CSS. That’s Composition, Utility, Block, and Exception.… Read article “#191: Learn by doing: CUBE CSS”

    • 1 hr 10 min
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    #190: CSS Custom Properties Penetrate the Shadow DOM

    #190: CSS Custom Properties Penetrate the Shadow DOM

    One of the whole points of the Shadow DOM is that it provides encapsulation. No styles out, no styles in. But there are ways “through” the Shadow DOM, and one of them that is pretty cool and useful is using CSS custom properties on particular elements/properties.… Read article “#190: CSS Custom Properties Penetrate the Shadow DOM”

    • 16 min

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