January 7th: Flames, Flips, and Firsts
It's that time of year again! Take a look back at the most loved Pens, Posts, and Collections in 2018.Sponsored:
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Ilithya pays tribute to a 90s classic with a CSS illustration. Hover over Daria for an animated color change!
"Just an array of animated table flipping text emoticons. Their original states are even copypasteable!" from Jon Kantner.
A colorful wave moves through three columns in Liam Egan's hypnotic Pen.
JustYourAverageOnion on YouTube
JustYourAverageOnion shares a time-lapse of how they coded the CSS illustration "Christmas Tree" from the holiday season.
CSS Grid: Bullet Journal
Olivia Ng kicks off the new year with a fresh new Moleskine-inspired journal, built with CSS grid.
Quote with Top/Bottom Border
Juan Pablo shares a nice example of pull-quote styling in this inspiring Pen.
"A CSS animation about an alien in a ufo abducting an innocent little sheep" from Josee.
A stunning pixelated blaze from J Scott Smith. Use your mouse or touch to control the fire if you dare.
Year in Pixels - LocalStorage
"Keep track of your days this year! LocalStorage used to keep track of it." A journal within a Pen from Romina Martin.
Slidey Radios (Swappy Radios Remix)
Liamj is back with another novel approach to radio buttons. Click an option and watch the selector slide into place.
All Gone (No Escape)
"The only way out is in" in this staggering cityscape from surrealist Gerard Ferrandez.Sponsored:
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