Front-End Development


Limit text with CSS

Here is a couple of ways to truncate text using CSS. This with limit the text at 4 lines and will add ... at the end. This will limit the text to the width of 100% as 1 line
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How to Hide the Scrollbar with CSS

Here is a CSS code snippet to allow scroll but hide the scrollbar in your browser.
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How to style data-value attributes with CSS

Here is a great way to style any data-attributes using CSS properties. Here is the article source courtesy of CCS-Tricks.
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Prevent overscroll browser behavior

This CSS snippet prevents that annoying over-scrolling behavior in the browser.

Font Smoothing

Here is how to get smooth like butter font on your websites.
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BEM – CSS naming convention

The Block, Element, Modifier methodology (commonly referred to as BEM) is a popular naming convention for classes in HTML and CSS. Developed by the team at Yandex, its goal is to help developers better understand the relationship between HTML and CSS in a given project. Great reference article about BEM:
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Quick CSS variable setup

Here is an example CSS code snippet to setup CSS variables. Expand as you wish.
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CSS reset basic

Here is a stripped-down CSS reset code to start the front-end HTML layout. This is just for quick development; otherwise, feel free to use many great available full versions of modern CSS resets.