Looking back, the recent Bootstrap vs Bulma post left me wondering why you really need either. Two years ago, I did a post on what CSS Grid is and I figured that you can consider this to be an continuation of that. Continue reading Styling a webform with CSS Grid
Last week, I posted something comparing form styling with Bulma to form styling with Bootstrap and I was a little perplexed that the Bootstrap docs steered me wrong. You can see what I mean in this pen. Continue reading Text alignment and font weight using bootstrap
I haven’t been shy in the past about how I have really prefer Bulma over Bootstrap. I wanted to use this week’s post to compare and contrast the two and hopefully reset my opinion of Bootstrap. So, how am I going to do that? I am going to create a webform using Bulma and then tried to replicate it in Bootstrap. Continue reading Comparing and contrasting Bulma and Bootstrap
A few weeks ago, I started a series where I planned to cover Tailwind to the best of my ability. Over the years, I have used Bootstrap and Bulma a heck of a lot but I wanted to branch out a little. Today’s post is going to cover borders, shapes, and backgrounds. Let’s get started. Continue reading Learning Tailwind: Borders, Shapes and Backgrounds
One of my goals for this year is to become more familiar with Tailwind CSS. As part of that, I am going to post a few things on the topic to the blog. This week, I intend to focus on fonts and typography. Continue reading Learning Tailwind: Fonts and Typography
Recently, I was talking about how a random tweet got me thinking about CSS image carousels and at the end of that post, I mentioned that the second version of the image carousel would allow you to link to individual slides. I figured that it was time to show how to do that.
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Recently, I was doom-scrolling twitter when I came across a tweet that claimed that you can build an image carousel using just two lines of CSS. I liked the tweet and then thought to myself “I can’t sleep, right now. Why not try it out?”
CSS Tip 💡
Create image Carousel using two lines of CSS. pic.twitter.com/PLIyTaXZkV
— Pratham (@Prathkum) February 10, 2022
It turned out that I needed a few more than two lines of CSS, but it was still somewhat simple. Continue reading Two ways to make a pure CSS image carousel
Making your forms look less “straight out of the box” is sometimes just as simple as adding a border-radius to things. In this quick post, I figured that I would show the power of it. Continue reading How to use border-radius to round the corners of inputs, buttons, and divs
I found myself trying to figure out how to do an interface consisting of a series of cards that slide off to the side as you finish them. Let’s start by looking at the sample app before the addition of the sliding magic. Continue reading Sliding transitions, using Vue and Bulma