Piccalilli Issue #31
It’s a very dark day here in the U.K. so this issue is very needed. That’s because this issue is going to make your eyes smile, so get a cup of tea and settle into a collection of incredibly visually pleasing links.
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This is really cool by Michelle. Lots of clip-path and custom properties to get your teeth stuck into!
These sort of fun demos are a great way to nail down modern CSS techniques.
This is bloody brilliant by Neal. It’s super fun and also features loads of cool stuff to learn about the sea 🌊
The branding and illustrations of this site are outrageously good. I love the huge headings.
When Cassie first showed me this, my jaw nearly fell off. It’s a really smart trick but the whole composition of this demo is just outstanding.
A nice fast-paced tutorial with a very fancy, modern trick.
This is both a really good resource and also a stunning website. I absolutely adore the look and feel of it.
Great work by, Mackenzie.
Front-End Challenges club is a project where a challenge is set every two weeks. The following week, a solution to the challenge is published to help you learn and master front-end development best practices.
The aim of the game with this project is for you to learn best practices in:
- Semantic HTML
- Progressive Enhancement
Membership for full access to all content costs either $10 per month or $95 for a year with benefits such as access to AMA sessions and other bonus content, so go ahead and sign up!
That’s all, folks
If you have written a handy CSS utility, CSS trick or tutorial, you can submit a link over at https://submissions.piccalil.li ➡
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Until the next issue, take it easy 🙂