‘CSS’ Videos

  • Mathias Bynens: CSS Fun Facts

    Mathias Bynens: CSS Fun Facts

    WordCamp Antwerp 2016Speaker: Mathias Bynens

    August 20, 2016 — “3.14 things I didn’t know about CSS

    This talk will showcase a series of obscure CSS fun facts, such
    as CSS syntax gimmicks and quirks, weird tricks that involve CSS in one way or another, and security vulnerabilities that are enabled by (ab)using CSS in unexpected ways.”

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  • Diane Wallace: CSS Secrets

    Diane Wallace: CSS Secrets

    WordCamp Brighton 2016Speaker: Diane Wallace

    August 15, 2016 — We all have a “toolbox” of tried and tested techniques that we use again and again when developing, but is there another way? Possibly a simpler way? This is not a talk about doing CSS the “right way”, but looking at some lesser known CSS that you may not know about and that might (hopefully) prove useful.

  • Lucijan Blagonić: Moving the design process to the browser

    Lucijan Blagonić: Moving the design process to the browser

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Lucijan Blagonić

    July 2, 2016 — Responsive design has changed the way we think about designing websites — we have to cater to wide range of devices and interactions and adapt our design process accordingly. Learn about the benefits of utilising a style guide to establish a strong visual language which will help you design and code stand–alone modular components.

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  • Luc Princen: Thinking outside the box(model) – An introduction to Flexbox

    Luc Princen: Thinking outside the box(model) – An introduction to Flexbox

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Luc Princen

    July 1, 2016 — Flexbox is a new way to create responsive layouts. In this talk we’ll walk through some of the flexbox features and explore how you can start using flexbox right away to make your life as a theme developer much easier.

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  • Beth Soderberg: CSS Transforms, Transitions, and Animation Basics

    Beth Soderberg: CSS Transforms, Transitions, and Animation Basics

    WordCamp Northeast Ohio 2016Speaker: Beth Soderberg

    June 17, 2016 — You’ve got the basics of CSS down, but you are ready to kick it up a notch and add a bit more pizazz and interactivity to your websites. In this session we’ll explore the fundamentals of CSS transforms, transitions, and animation. What are the basic building blocks that make up these capabilities? What is the difference between a transition and a transform? What does browser support look like? Most importantly, how can you put these tools to use in your next project and where can you find good resources to learn more? We’ll answer these questions and more as we explore the basics of how to add some of the more truly dynamic elements of CSS to our websites.

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  • Belén Albeza: You might not need a CSS Framework

    Belén Albeza: You might not need a CSS Framework

    WordCamp London 2016Speaker: Belén Albeza

    May 28, 2016 — Nowadays it is very common to find CSS frameworks like Bootstrap used everywhere. But they come at a cost, paid in big CSS files, styles that don’t get used, and a hard to maintain code base. In this talk we will talk about why using a third-party framework might not be the right choice for your project, be it a theme or a custom website. We will also see techniques to craft a blog theme without frameworks, from layout to individual UI components.

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  • Eric Debelak: Getting Into CSS

    Eric Debelak: Getting Into CSS

    WordCamp Albuquerque 2016Speaker: Eric Debelak

    May 11, 2016 — Learn how to start writing custom CSS for your theme. Learn about the browsers’ developer tools, the basics of CSS syntax, some free resources to deepen your CSS knowledge and some ways you can integrate the code you write into your theme.

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  • Michael Earley: Using Firebug to Learn to Customize WordPress Sites

    Michael Earley: Using Firebug to Learn to Customize WordPress Sites

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Michael Earley

    April 24, 2016 — Firebug is the secret weapon of designers who are beginning to learn to customize WordPress websites. It is a great way to start to see CSS in action. The day you learn to change your site’s H2 headers for your blog post titles from blue to green will be the day you are on your way to having design power. We will go over using Firebug to find the elements that you would like to change and how to write css and see the changes happen before your very eyes. You don’t have to know css before this presentation since we will go over some of the basics to show you what you will be looking for.

  • Christoph Daum: A Kind of Magic - CSS für Fortgeschrittene

    Christoph Daum: A Kind of Magic – CSS für Fortgeschrittene

    WordCamp Berlin 2015Speaker: Christoph Daum

    February 5, 2016 — In dieser Session erhaltet ihr einen Einblick in Themen wie die Verwendung von CSS Sprites und Icon-Fonts, Optimierung für Retina Displays, sowie einige Anregungen um ein wahrer CSS Magier zu werden.

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  • Suzette Franck: How to Use CSS3 in WordPress

    Suzette Franck: How to Use CSS3 in WordPress

    WordCamp Toronto 2015Speaker: Suzette Franck

    January 16, 2016 — In my travels, I have discovered that there is not much documentation on using CSS3 specifically in WordPress. While not many of the new CSS3 modules have reached official recommendation by the W3C, support is very good across all of the latest browsers.

    This session will aim to inform, enlighten, and delight attendees with the right way to include CSS in your WordPress theme using child themes or a plugin such as Jetpack, and we will also cover some of the best new features of CSS3 that you can put to work right away.You should have a basic understanding of HTML and some familiarity with CSS.

    Learning Outcomes

    – Use the Chrome Inspector to inspect HTML and CSS of existing pages
    – Create a child theme and add your own CSS to it
    – Install a plugin to add custom CSS to your theme
    – Enqueue your own stylesheet the proper way in functions.php
    – Use the new CSS3 features to create gradients and animations on your site
    – Use the new color specifications to specify colors of elements on your page

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