CSS isn’t (any longer) magic. You have selectors with value/property pairs and media rules. It is extremely simple compared to any other system.
CSS is magic. Browsers twist and turn the rules to their own liking, ending up with 2+2=5 conditions. Yes, CSS is tricky. And when something is tricky…
This speech is my recital, I think it's very vital To rock (a rhyme), that's right (on time) It's Tricky is the title, here we go...
Here I want to include a list/collection of css tricks that are useful and perhaps at first not intuitive.
Ideas for later articles
- intrinsic ratio
- vertical centering
- good uses of inline block