Optimize CSS with the :is() Pseudo-Class Selector

When styling aspects of your website, it’s not unusual to need to target numerous similar items at once. Your code can get lengthy, repetitive and complex. Fortunately, the :is() pseudo-class selector introduced in the Selectors Level 4 specification can help simplify it. Using the :is() Selector Example 1 A common scenario where you can use…

How to Define Functions in JavaScript

JavaScript is a programming language that the vast majority of websites use to perform client-side tasks. It is utilized in combination with HTML and CSS to create the layouts and functionality that we see on sites every day. A fundamental aspect of the functionality of JavaScript is defining functions, so let’s go over a few…

Revolutionizing Responsive Design with CSS Container Queries

Container queries are a new CSS feature making big waves. They let websites shift away from designs based on page size to a container-based approach, part of a larger evolution in the design ecosystem. Containers allow you to add styles to elements, like font sizes, colors, and layout widths, based on the parent container. This…