May 11th: Shells, Structure, and Sass
Animal Crossing: Isabelle's Day Off
Tee Diang gives Isabelle a much-deserved day off! "I wanted to challenge myself by creating artwork inspired by the game! This was a fun way to practice isomorphic art with CSS. Enjoy and stay well friends."Sponsored:
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Rube Goldberg Machine
Paul Hebert shares an elaborate way to roll a ball with this clever machine built with SVG and CSS animation.
"Do you sometimes get lost in what day it is today? This Day Clock shows the progress of the current day and for the week." Built with Vue.js by Kunuk Nykjær.
"A gentle introduction to CSS structural pseudoclasses with the generous help of some structural pseudocats" from wendko.Sponsored:
WordPress.com now has SFTP and Database Access
In the past, needing to edit the files in themes may have been a reason not to choose to put your site on WordPress.com. No more. If you're on the Business or eCommerce plans, you have direct access to your site's database (via phpMyAdmin) and files (via SFTP). You can also install plugins, giving you as much control over your WordPress site as you'd likely ever need.
Adam Kuhn crafts a beautiful animated thank you card for 2000 followers with SCSS.
CodePen Radio #267: PRO Assets Update
We’re shipping some big changes to the PRO asset experience! Marie, Dee, and Stephen are on to give a preview of what’s coming soon to asset hosting, and the tech behind the new features.
Sassy 404 UI Study
Justin Juno built this sorry-not-sorry 404 to "explore CSS background images, multi-color backgrounds, skews, and cursors."
Aaron Iker animates a quick, minimal transition from an underline to an arrow with SVG and SCSS.
Frank Force recreates the flow of blood through a vessel in this mesmerizing Pen. Check out the Pen description for a link to a post about the Pen's origin as a "dweet".
Minecraft World Animated in Pure CSS
Hai Le perfectly recreates the pixelated look of Minecraft in this animated scene complete with a "Steve", a pig, and the iconic grass blocks.
Jon Kantner takes cat loafin' to another level with this 8-bit little buddy.