October 8th: Buses, Bulbs, and Banksy
"The 31 Nights of Horror series began in 2015 as a way to work on a fun design and coding project while creating a resource for others who are unsure where to turn for good holiday horror" from Daniel Yuschick.
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Katherine Kato shares a scrumptious one-page restaurant menu layout concept, built with flexbox and CSS Grid.
The CodePen community really got into the spirit of the Halloween challenge! Check out the Pens from the "ghosts" prompt, including this "Joyful Ghost" from Daniel Gutiérrez.
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Matthew Main shares how he took his Bus Derby game from Blender to Three.js in this in-depth tutorial post. Don't forget to play the game, too!
Catch your broken links before you send them to prod with this helpful snippet from Natalya Shelburne.
Bertdida translates Dennis Bennett's illustration into CSS for a beautifully composed Pen.
Lee Martin shows how to recreate the shredder that shook the art world with CSS and Vue in this tutorial post. Add your "favorite" piece to the Pen to give it the Banksy treatment!
Cassidy, Klare, and Marie are on this episode to talk about going to a conference and how to get the most out of it. They also compare conference prep styles.
A little spark of inspiration from Danie Clawson: "I made this for a project quite a long time ago and felt like giving it its own space."
Mandy Michael continues her tremendous demonstrations of variable fonts with the poem "He Tells Her" by Wendy Cope, set in variables fonts with CSS grid.
Just in time for Halloween season, Steve Gardner animates a pumpkin on the run! This Pen demonstrates Steve's own POP.svg library, check out the Pen description for a link to the library.