The job board is coming people 🤩! Check the news section for more info.
We also got a cool video about the good old "centering stuff with CSS" topic, this time with more modern approaches. Likewise, we have a great primer on what variable fonts are and how to use them.
I'm also excited to announce that I made my first Tailwind CSS plugin 😊. Check out the resource section for more info, I know it's pretty niche but I hope you find it useful!
It's official folks, the official Tailwind CSS job board is launching next week. Who would have thought that a job board would make me so excited 🤣!
If you want to submit your own job post then there's still time, the team is still accepting posts and you can get a lot of publicity by being part of the first posts on launch.
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Yet another great video from CSS weekly goes straight to the point! You'll learn how to center elements using
css grid and also learn a bit about the
This is one was a wild ride! It's a great primer on a very common question you might have asked yourself if you work a lot with markup. It talks about the theory for each tag, the original vision behind them, how assistive technology interprets it, and some practical examples of when to use each.
Variable fonts are quite the hot topic these days. I keep hearing all the good things about them but never really knew how to use them... until I found this article. It shows the old and new ways of using variable fonts, the correct format to use right now, and how to set good fallbacks. Overall a primer intro article to the topic.
Here's another personal site for you, this one takes a more minimal approach which I quite liked. Simple typography (Inter FTW!) and layout, bright colors and the dark mode is just beautiful.
This plugin was made by me! I had a client project that required hyphens for the headers and I realized Tailwind CSS doesn't offer those classes. Not wanting to write custom CSS I decided to write my first plugin and it was pretty easy 😄.
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