October 9th: Connections, Concepts, and Beautiful Mistakes
An impressive display of the power of the :indeterminate pseudo-class and CSS counters, by Bence Szabo
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The #inktober crossovers are starting to appear on CodePen! Lisi shares her SVG self-portrait.
"A CSS Grid layout using CSS perspective to give a 3D effect," populated with Pitchfork's top 40 albums of the 90s. By Andy Barefoot.
Nerdmanship demonstrates a bit of shopping delight in this UI concept for ecommerce.
Gabrielle Wee's experiment with 3D transforms yields a serene scene.
Tim H., Alex, and Marie are on to talk about preprocessors on CodePen — how they work, how we maintain them, what we do when a preprocessor becomes obsolete, and some thoughts on the future of preprocessors on CodePen.
Decisions, decisions! Cameron Fitzwilliam translates a Dribbble shot by Misha Petrick into HTML & CSS.
"The awesome thing about these accidents is that it results from a bug in my code but the bug leads to beautiful ideas." Ren Aysha writes about discovering an interesting layout while making "mistakes" with CSS Grid.
Vangel Tzo drew inspiration from a Dribbble shot by Julien Clauzier to create this subtly animated celestial Pen.
"Just a simple card flip, toggled by a :checked input field!" by Henry Desroches.