« Oatmeal

Tagged "anime"

Follow this tag

Link logging

Spring break is winding down, and all familial travel for at least a few weeks is done. I am excited to find my way back into the regular” routine.

Work this week has been pretty busy, and I’ve been writing a bit of css. This week’s log features some css tidbits.

How to make a great anime adaptation

I think the article’s sub-headline pretty much sums it up:

First, get earnest. Second, get expressionist. Finally, get corny.

Set up a live static personal web site in seconds with Indie Web Server 8.0.0

I’ve been using Netlify for all my static sites, lately, but this project looks like a neat alternative for those who don’t mind a wee bit of server administration.

Art Direction For The Web Using CSS Shapes

Bending text, and the web to one’s (design) will.

fyi: [hidden] is a lie

In summary:

The solution is tragic and it’s to either not use hidden (because it’s a lie), or to pepper your apps with

[hidden] { display: none !important }

and they both suck, so have fun!

CSS masonry with flexbox, :nth-child(), and order

Confession: I once spent well over a week attempting to accomplish this exact thing in plain ol’ css without any luck. I had to resort to using — *shutters* — javascript.