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CSS Grid and Custom Shapes, Part 2 | CSS-Tricks

CSS Grid and Custom Shapes, Part 2 | Meta CSS

Alright, so the last time we checked in, we were using CSS Grid and combining them with CSS clip-path and mask techniques to create grids with fancy shapes. Here’s just one of the fantastic grids we made together: CodePen Embed Fallback Ready for the second round? We are still working […]

Removing jQuery from GOV.UK | CSS-Tricks

Removing jQuery from GOV.UK | Meta CSS

The GOV.UK team recently published “How and why we removed jQuery from GOV.UK“. This was an insightful look at how an organization can assess its tooling and whether something is still the best tool for the job. This is not a nudge to strip libraries out of your current project […]

Not Sure How to WordPress Anymore? | CSS-Tricks

Not Sure How to WordPress Anymore? | Meta CSS

Neither do I! And that’s probably because there’s a lot happening in WordPress-land. The evolution towards full-site editing (FSE) introduces frequent changes to the way we build themes and plugins, and at such break-neck speed that the documentation itself is either non-existent or nearly stale upon being published. Heck, the […]

How to install Gulp globally on Windows

How to install Gulp globally on Windows

Here is a quick guide on how to install Gulp globally on Windows systems. (Much of these instructions will be the same for Macs, but may have slightly different syntax.) Download and install Node and npm First, you need to have Node and npm (Node Package Manager) installed on your computer. […]

How to install Gulp globally on Windows

How to fix “Local gulp not found” error message

Published: October 19, 2020 When trying to run Gulp on the command line, are you getting an error saying Local gulp not found? Even if you have installed Gulp globally, you need to install Gulp locally in the individual project directory where you want to use Gulp. You can install Gulp in your […]

Quick setup for Gulp 4 + Browsersync + Sass

Quick setup for Gulp 4 + Browsersync + Sass

In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through how to set up Browsersync with Gulp in a basic front-end workflow. We’ll be working with HTML, Sass and JavaScript files, and create this fancy shmancy website! 😄 Browsersync is a powerful tool that enables you to test your website in real time. It […]