Cascading Style Sheets
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A Discord chat server for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) (the scariest subject of all)

Reddit is amazing! But it has its specific purpose.

StackOverflow is amazing! But it has its specific purpose.

Questions like "***Why is my box coming out of the other box?***" - don't belong there - and will not be welcomed (for good reason).

If you want to chat about CSS and learning CSS - and the best-practice HTML that goes along with it... and preprocessors, and new native options, and bigger picture stuff like live style-guides and design systems, then this is a place for you to get a more "real-time" help. Then, you can bring all the cool things you make with it - here - and share it.

I know that everyone has learned CSS in a completely different (and often haphazard) way... and that most of you are afraid to talk about it... but - just get over it. It'll make everyone's lives better if we all share questions and edge-cases and learn to write more enjoyable and maintainable CSS. CSS in 2020 IS AMAZING! Flex-box and Grid are game-changers. Now is the time to just learn it.

Join us: Learn CSS - once and for all: https://discord.gg/pFc6XmH

(we are just developers... no plans to ever monetize things or fold in a bunch of promotion and have sponsors and all that jazz)

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Cascading style sheets source
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Cascading Style Sheets
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OpenType font features guide - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets developer.mozilla.org/en-…
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So CSS means... Canadian Sleep Society or Cascading Style Sheets
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This is CS50 on Twitch, discussing CSS, Cascading Style Sheets, with Colton Ogden. Join us live on twitch.tv/cs50tv. youtube.com/watch?v=DI378…
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Live from Harvard on Twitch, Wed 2/6 at 1pm ET, CS50's Colton Ogden discusses CSS, or "Cascading Style Sheets", which lets us add style to our otherwise plain HTML pages! twitch.tv/cs50tv
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How do i install a Firefox Cascading Style Sheet?

Hello all, i'm trying to install this onto Stylus, but when i click "Install Style" nothing happens, thanks!

Edit: Using Waterfox 54.0.1.

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I don't want my style sheets to flow like a waterfall - what alternatives to CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) do I have?

A style sheet is obviously a piece of paper with a list of styles on it, but the cascading part makes me worried that my website might get washed away.

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What is CSS (cascading style sheets)?

Need some help with explaining the "cascading" part of CSS.

Also, are there any good analogies to help explain what CSS is and what it's used for? Thanks!!

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/r/powerrangers is ProCSS, Go Go Cascading Style Sheets! reddit.com/r/powerrangers…
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A Brief History of Cascading Style Sheets howtocode.pk/css-tutorial…
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So you want to keep Cascading Style Sheets, eh?
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COUNTER STRIKE SOURCE MEMES LOL JK REALLY CASCADING STYLE SHEETS AYY LMAO

ayy lmao

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How To: Manually Assigning Flair via Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

I want to take a moment to explain how flair works for those that are new to moderating or who need to assign special username-specific flair above and beyond the flair accessible through the "edit user flair" link in the administration box.

There are two distinct flairs currently in use on Reddit. The first is user editable flair. This is flair that the user can access via drop-down menu on the right side of the page. They can choose to display/not display, but can only select from the "edit flair templates" tab of the "edit user flair" page. The aforementioned tab is a new feature.

However, when a moderator assigns special, username-specific flair one must go to "community settings" and "edit stylesheet" at which point one may directly manipulate the custom CSS of the sub-reddit. Currently the CSS for adding text or image content after a username looks like this:

 a.author[href*="user/ChingShih"]:after {
 content: url(%%Image-File-Name%%);
}

This adds the image titled "Image-File-Name" -- which is located at "url(%%Image-File-Name%%)" -- to the end of the username. (Images must be uploaded to the sub-reddit through the uploader on the /about/stylesheet page.)

Similarly, one could add the image in front of a username by changing "after" to "before" which would then result in code like this :

 a.author[href*="user/ChingShih"]:before {
 content: url(%%Image-File-Name%%);
}

Alternatively, a moderator could choose to assign text before or after a username through a similar method. Rather than setting the content as a URL, one simply types out the text which they wish to add to the username and surround that text in double quotation marks (").

 a.author[href*="user/ChingShih"]:after {
 content: " sucks at flair";
}

This would result in a username set to: ChingShih sucks at flair

Notice in particular the space needed to separate the username from the additional content text. Also note that non-alphanumeric characters can be used, including unicode characters.

Seemingly any legal unicode characters can be added as content, including grammatical operators and non-letter characters. This includes Japanese, Chinese, Arabic, and other characters that might not normally display on a user's computer. This can be a nice feature to add to cultural or international sub-reddits.

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Making Cascading Style Sheets Easy to Understand cssbasics.com/
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