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In a new series, Rachel Andrew breaks down the CSS Grid Layout specification. This time, we take a detailed look at what happens when you create a grid container and the various properties that can be applied to the container to shape your grid.
Are you using sticky elements on your mobile website or PWA? If so, take a moment and ask yourself this question: Do you have anything in them besides your logo, hamburger menu or search bar?
The Smashing Team looks back at 2019. It’s been a busy year with new team members, four conferences, two books, a print magazine, and many, many articles.
Our new practical book on building accessible and robust interfaces. From accordions and buttons to modals and tables. With bulletproof code samples. Written by Heydon Pickering.Learn more about the book →
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Ahmad Shadeed is a Digital Product Designer and Front-End Developer from Palestine who enjoys working and living in the intersection of design and code and solving complex problems. He writes about web accessibility on a11ymatters.com and put together RTL Styling 101, an extensive guide on how to style for right-to-left in CSS. You can find him on Twitter as @shadeed9. Thank you for sharing and caring, dear Ahmad!
Meet Design Systems, a recent Smashing book in which Alla Kholmatova explores how to set up an effective design system to create great digital products. With common traps, gotchas and lessons learned.