HTML & CSS
HTML & CSS articles and tutorials ranging from new language features to using interesting packages.
Prior to HTML 5, there was no real markup to help explain the intent behind your HTML code. The goal of HTML 5 was to offer a more readable way of writing your code, so that any author that comes after you can have an easier time going through what you’ve created.
It’s super simple to create a configuration file for instance that would manage your media query break points. You could also use a configuration file for managing colors, font sizes, and other variables such as gutter spacing and more.
Selectors are a way to pick the elements that you want styled. In Stylus, similar to CSS, you can apply a set of styles to any element by separating them by a comma delimited list. Stylus though, also allows you to select multiple elements by separating each on their own line.
This mini-series will be a little different to how you may see other articles on my site. Really this article is more geared as notes for me as I go through the documentation for Stylus, and learn the in’s and out’s of this beautiful language.
In this article we’ll go over how to configure your project to process Stylus files using Gulp. We’ll also create source map file which your browser will use to help point you in the right direction of your files when developing