In this issue: digital typesetting, fluid images, keyframes, and more.
Why you should hire a frontend developer
Matt Hobbs explains what the benefits of hiring a dedicated frontend developer are.
Leading-Trim: The Future of Digital Typesetting
Ethan Wang shows how an emerging CSS standard can fix old typographical problems and raise the bar for web apps.
Accordion Rows in CSS Grid
Eric Meyer describes the way he is using CSS Grid rows to make the layout more flexible.
Things I Wish I’d Known About CSS
Dave Smyth shares some useful things for easier CSS understanding, including box model, how height and width are calculated, and collapsing margins.
Fluid Images in a Variable Proportion Layout
Lari Maza shows many ways how to display images correctly on all viewports, including using the new aspect-ratio property.
What Happens When Border Radii Overlap?
Jay Sitter shows how browsers calculate the border-radius values and why it doesn’t work as expected sometimes.
CSS Animated Google Fonts
Jhey Tompkins shows how to use Google variable fonts and CSS animation to make some interesting effects.
Keyframes are simple visual tools to help you generate CSS for your projects.