Facebook has touted its own tooling for React for some time, but most developers know that getting set up requires learning quite a fool tools to set up a project. Its new project, however, the aptly-named ‘Create React App’ should make this simpler. The project, born out of a hackathon, bundles tools and makes it …
The :target pseudo-class refers to an element within the document that the URL’s fragment points to. For example, this piece of text is wrapped in a <mark> element which has an ID of #target-test. If you went to the url, https://bitsofco.de/the-target-trick#target-test, then that
Building a responsive web site from scratch is all well and good, but it's another matter to take an existing site and give it a responsive web design refit when there's likely to be a mountain of legacy assets and content to take into consideration.
There's a common mathematical ratio found in nature that can be used to create pleasing, natural looking compositions in your design work. We call it the Golden Ratio, although it's also known as the Golden Mean, The Golden Section, or the Greek letter Phi. Whether you're an illustrator, art director or graphic designer, it's well worth considering the Golden Ratio on any project.
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