July 15th: Escapes, Snacks, and Jokes
"Mixing noise with CSS gradients helps to remove banding, but results in an overall grainy texture. By overlaying gradients and applying masks the dithering can be controlled to affect the areas where colours blend only" from David J. Aldred.
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Ananya Neogi shares a showcase of fun things you can do with CSS outline. Think about the pixel-art possibilities of outline-style: dashed.
We made a lot of dad jokes, and the groans were heard 'round the world during week two of the July 2019 APIs challenge. Check out the cheeky Pens from the challenge, including Adam Kuhn's "Fwd: Hilarity". Thanks to our sponsor, getstream.io
Lee Martin's celebration of the 50th anniversary of David Bowie's "Space Oddity" got its start right here on CodePen! Snap a pic of the moon and you'll hear a new mix of the tune.
Cassidy and Marie are talking vulnerability: at work, in software, and IN work ON software. What does vulnerability in work look like? And how putting yourself out there can be a great way to help you grow.
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Christophor Wilson demonstrates how to set the CSS background image's focal point with Vue.js.
Find and solve all the puzzles to escape from the room in this incredibly fun Pen from the members of Kristopher Van Sant's #PassThePen community.
Henry Desroches continues an exploration of Swiss style in CSS grid with "a [mostly] CSS implementation of Jacqueline Casey's stunning poster for MIT!"
The Keyframers tour the solar system with transition between number values, text animation and a circular SVG navigation! Check out the video link in the description to play back the livestream.
You can learn a lot from doing goofy things! hellogareth decided to give Three.js a shot, and cooked up this hot dog scroller.
Just a lil Mario Mushroom from ilithya, with drag to rotate interaction from Zdog.
marianab shares a charming loading animation concept for building an online store.