Animated CSS-Based Back to the Future Flux Capacitor

Two of my favorite things in one: Back to the Future and front end development – specifically CSS. There’s no JS — even for the flux capacitor’s fluxing.

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Loading CSS Asynchonously

We’ve all been asynchronously loading JavaScript for many years, but it hadn’t even occurred to me to asynchronously load CSS to speed up (and give even more perceptively speed) for that initial load and render. Like most things in the front end world, there are multiple ways to do it, but the article linked below shows an easy way to do it.

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Calc() CSS Function to Change Hero Height

CSS Tricks continues to be my favorite and go-to for all things CSS and front-end. Years ago, I discovered the […]

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Hamburger Menu Animation / Functionality Collection

The hamburger menu isn’t going away anytime soon — neither on mobile nor desktop web designs and development. Line25 published […]

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Animated CSS Loaders

What comes around goes around, right? A lot of these animated loaders done mainly with CSS harken back to the […]

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Illustration of CSS Viewport Units’ ‘vmin’

Ever since I first read about CSS’s viewport units, I was intrigued. It was a way have heights and widths […]

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