June 11th: Toggles, Taps, and Techniques
CodePenChallenge: Cards Roundup - CodePen Blog
Of course good things were in the cards this week! Check out some of our favorites from the first week of the Blogging challenge.Sponsored:
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CSS Bear Toggle
"A beary cute toggle" from Anastasia Goodwin.
Chicago Meetup Recap
Brian Montana shares stories and snapshots from the latest #CodePenChicago meetup in an awesome blog post!
CodePen on spectrum.chat
We said "Hello World" to our new CodePen community on Spectrum! Come on over and talk shop with your CodePen Pals.
New CSS Techniques at the Component Level
A two-part series from Dockyard exploring CSS grid and "responsive CSS variables", with great embedded demos.
CodePen Radio #177: Measuring
Jake joins Marie to talk about how we're using Ahoy, an open source tool, to measure activity on CodePen.Sponsored:
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Change Color with Voice (Chrome Only)
George W. Park demonstrates how to use the Speech Recognition API to change an element's color with your voice! Chrome only for now.
Level up your CSS selector skills
David Gwyer demonstrates the potential of advanced CSS selectors, like attribute selectors,UI selectors, and more in this comprehensive tutorial post with lots of helpful demos.
Jacob Wasilkowski on CodePen
A "geospatial developer focused on web mapping, data visualization, and remote sensing" with a map-tastic CodePen profile!
Steve Gardner's on a roll, turning out fun and surprising animations like this slightly passive-aggressive loader.
fountains of illumination
A rainbow of beautiful reflecting fountains, from K-T.
Pure CSS Cards Against Developers
jh3y took the card challenge theme in a playful direction with this card game-inspired take on the great developer debate.