Be nice. Or else.
Front-end Developer & Designer Joined over 4 years ago
That's the good thing, you can use what you like ;)
Ooooo yes! That’s a great addition, I’ll make sure to get that on there ASAP!
Launching v2.0 of my CSS Cheat Sheet.
This has been giving beginners a good place to use as a reference when trying to remember those pesky selectors since 2014. It's being used by universities & schools all over the world, so I thought it might be a good time to give it a little facelift for 2018.
Of course, it doesn't have everything on there, so you're able to contribute via GitHub https://github.com/AdamMarsden/css-cheat-sheet/ if you're looking to get in your first PR this year I would be honored if it was for CSSCS!
Loooooove the site, great animations!
But why no mobile love?
It works fantastic right! Do you work with a team or is it for your own sanity?
Awesome job! Love that you've removed jQuery as a dependency.
I made a change to the CSS & JS on my post so the content is accessible even if JS is disabled now.
Took your advice onboard and have tweaked the code so that the first fade in is done via CSS so that way a user with JS disabled will see the site.
I'm in Dewsbury so only 20 minutes away from Leeds! Pop me an email and we'll find a good day for it!
Being negative IS harmful. There's nothing not harmful about it, so the way you're dealing with it is literally "harmful to the entire community".
Both of these articles a written by yourself with very mixed reviews.
I totally agree with you on everyone has their own opinion! Of course, they do! You're entitled to it :)
I'm no brain washer, I'm not trying to make everyone "think and act like" me. I simply want people to be nice OR constructive and guess what? Both of those options are NOT detrimental at all, and ONLY good things can come from either of those options.
My problem lays with the fact that your whole comment is negative and not constructive at all, which IS detrimental.
Be nice. Or else.
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