Making CSS hexagons

making css hexagons

I like the hexagons – it’s my favorite geometric shape. Not trivial as a circle can be, but not minimalist as are the forms “poorest” of angles, such as squares or triangles. Symmetry reigns supreme with them. This article is dedicated to all those people who are tired of border-radius […]

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SEO meta tags for search engine optimization

The reachability of a website and its contents from search engines has become essential nowadays. To help search engines understand what our content can offer and what added value it can give, SEO meta tags come to our rescue. To do this we will add meta information within our page […]

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Native lazy loading for images

html native lazy loading

An excellent new attribute has been added that will avoid a series of problems of loading. For example, you are in a scrolling SPA (Single Page Application) with many background images. The browser will gradually download them when it needs. I’m talking about native lazy loading for images and usually […]

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Bootstrap 5 coming soon

Bootstrap 5 is coming soon

It is finally about to arrive. I’ve been waiting for it almost always. I’m talking about the new version of the bootstrap graphics library (Bootstrap 5). One of my favorites is definitely the first. Removed JQuery The improvements of this new version will be aimed at making it “future-proof”, especially […]

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CSS vh and vw units for responsive web sites

CSS3 responsive design vh and vw

Let’s talk about the CSS VH and VW units.Today’s websites must adapt better and better to new generations of browsers due to the fact that there is no longer a single type of device on which our site can be viewed. There are now an infinite series of devices, including […]

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