CSS Multiple-column Layout Level 1 updated Working Draft

Today I have published a new Working Draft of CSS Multiple-column Layout Level 1. This WD includes a number of changes and clarifications based on discussion and resolutions made since the last publication in May 2018. Significant updates You can find the significant changes from the May 2018 draft in the changes section of the draft. In particular I would appreciate a review of the changes to the section, The Multi-column Model. This section has undergone a significant rewrite, based on input from Morten Stenshorne and help from fantasai. Additional…

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Building an Admin Dashboard Layout With CSS and a Touch of JavaScript

What You’ll Be Creating In this new tutorial, we’ll create a responsive admin dashboard layout with CSS and a touch of JavaScript. To build it, we’ll borrow some ideas from the WordPress dashboard, such as its collapsible sidebar menu. Throughout the tutorial we’ll face plenty of challenges, but ones which will give us good practice for enhancing our front-end skills. Without further ado, let’s have a look at the final admin dashboard demo (hit the Collapse button at the foot of the sidebar to see the collapsible nav in action, and…

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Layout of Page on Bottom of Screen

I'm doing some work for a intro to web design class and everything is working fine but for some reason the entire webpage is on the bottom of the screen. I adjusted the height numerous times, tried some styles such as html height and body height but it just doesn't seem to move at all. My page layout was at the top a few assignments ago, I'd appreciate anyone who can help me figure out what's going on. This is my css code below *{padding:0; margin:0; } #pageWrap{width:800px; height:300px; padding:200px;…

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Adaptive Photo Layout with Flexbox

Let’s take a look at a super lightweight way to create a horizontal masonry effect for a set of arbitrarily-sized photos. Throw any set of photos at it, and they will line up edge-to-edge with no gaps anywhere. The solution is not only lightweight but also quite simple. We’ll be using an unordered list of images and just 17 lines of CSS, with the heavy lifters being flexbox and object-fit. Why? I have two hobbies: documenting my life with photos, and figuring out interesting ways to combine CSS properties, both…

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Simple Go project layout with modules

A very common question Go beginners have is "how do I organize my code?". Some of the things folks are wondering about are: How does my repository structure reflect the way users import my code? How do I distribute commands (command-line programs that users can install) in addition to code? How do modules change the way I organize my code? How do multiple packages coexist in a single module? Unfortunately, there is some easy-to-find advice online that’s outdated and over-complicated, so I wanted to create an example that’s both minimal…

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Weekly Platform News: Layout Shifts, Stalled High-Bitrate Videos, Screenshots in Firefox

In this week’s roundup: fighting shifty layouts, some videos might be a bit stalled, and a new way to take screenshots in Firefox. Let’s get into the news! Identifying the causes of layout shifts during page load You can now use WebPageTest to capture any layout shifts that occur on your website during page load, and identify what caused them. Step 1: Paste a snippet Paste the following snippet into the “Custom Metrics” on webpagetest.org in field in the Custom tab (under Advanced Settings) and make sure that a Chrome…

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