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CSS is hard because we don’t have total control over the output. We have to tell the browser our intended output, and then depending on a ton of variables, it gives the user the best it can. This is unlike other languages like JavaScript which works in absolutes. You tell it to do something and it does that. Or of course, it fails. CSS doesn’t «fail». If the browser doesn’t understand a line of code, it just skips it and keeps on going with the rest of it, just like if it runs into overflowing content, it'll let it overflow and keep on going.


Einbau

Selektoren

Eigenschaften

Selektoren

Kaskaden, Spezifität

Verschachtelte Selektoren

Attribut-Selektoren

BEM-Methode

Pseudo-Klassen

Pseudo-Elemente

CSS-Cache-Busting

Margin überlappt

Masseinheiten

Masseinheiten «pro»

Layouting

Grid

Flexbox

Flexbox «vs.» Grid

Masonry-Layouts

SASS

SASS: Syntactically Awesome Stylesheet

SASS: Farben

SASS: Breakpoint-Tricks

SASS: Jürgens Preset

Typo: Zeilenumbruch in CSS

Typo: Schriftrendering

Typo: Unterstreichungen