Showing posts from the "Web" category

  • SCSS Reverse direction

    There may be a point in your CSS coding that you want to know the opposite of a direction (e.g. up, down). This function allows you to pass it a direction and get the opposite back!

  • Rarely handy Git commands

    There are rare times when you need a slightly obscure git command. You spent several minutes googling, crafting and constructing your command only to run it once and not need it again for a while. This blog post will serve as my dumping ground for those odd commands I seldom

  • Multiple transition delays

    Being able to animate with CSS transitions is great, although there are a few gotchas when using them. This one with transition-delay had me scratching my head for a while.

  • CSS Custom Properties - everyday applications

    CSS Custom properties are now supported in Edge, meaning you can use them nearly everywhere. However, there are some cases where further browser support is required. Using PostCSS we can use CSS custom properties in development while still maintaining cross browser support.

  • Find and remove vendor prefixes in your CSS using Regex

    I recently set out to remove all of the vendor prefixes from the CSS for all of our clients at work. This is because we use Gulp with Autoprefixer - which means we have up-to-date prefixes and cleaner SCSS. One way of doing this would be to open every CSS file,