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May 25, 2022
If your page loads and you see a broken image, it can be pretty jarring and prevent users from exploring your content. The fix is simple: include an image that is a placeholder for the broken image, so nothing falls apart when it doesn't load. This post will describe one way to do this in React ...
April 23, 2022
Hooking up your navigation bar to respond to user interaction is a great way to improve the user experience. For example, when the user scrolls down, you can add a slight shadow to the top of the navigation to make it look like it's lying on the page. In this lesson, you'll use a custom React h ...
March 24, 2022
September 9, 2021
I'm working on a new project called Mattermix that enables users to create graphic design assets from HTML and CSS using a browser-based editor and API. The browser-based editor needs enough space to write HTML and CSS, create data form fields, and see the rendered code. That's a lot to fit on...
Handy code snippets you can copy and paste.
Replace broken image links with a placeholder with Next.js image.
Shorten a number like 34,000 to 34K.
Combine CSS classes for easy dynamic styling.