It’s raining here in Cheltenham today, so this issue is a nice, easy-on-the eyes issue. Hopefully, it’s sunny where you are ☀️
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I’m working on a new book! Well, right now, but I will be later in the year, once we create some more content for Every Layout *.
CSS From Scratch will be a book that teaches you how to write CSS from day zero, which means that I presume that you’ve never opened a CSS file before. The aim is to get you a really solid core skillset that you can apply to the plethora of existing resources for learning CSS.
*you can still get 20% off with
PICCALILLI_PAL as a coupon
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⚠️ Motion warning ⚠️
This is a fantastic tutorial by our mate, Michelle, on her excellent CSS blog.
I featured the demo that they are teaching you about, back in Issue #15, so it's great to see how to build it.
I like this, by Keenan. It's subtle as heck. I’m always a fan of state being communicated by loaders/icons, too.
This is very cheeky. A very nice effect indeed, by Mikael.
This is lush, by Camila. I love the colours and type so much.
Everything Tatiana makes is gold, and this is no exception. Pay very close attention to the important content, too.
I hope they do more like this. It’s a really good idea.
I’m delighted to have these folks sponsoring this week’s issue of Piccalilli. It’s a great conference and tickets for this year’s event, on September 14th, are on sale now!
There’s a great lineup of speakers this year and I’m speaking too!
You can save 25% on any ticket type by using
AndyBell as your coupon code.
I hope to see you there!
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That’s all, folks
I’m also taking a short break from writing tutorials, so I’m looking to feature your work. If you have written a handy CSS utility, CSS trick or tutorial, you can submit a link over at https://submissions.piccalil.li ➡
Until the next issue, take it easy 🙂