10 Ways to Hide Elements in CSS — SitePoint – Website Design Article

There are multiple ways to hide an element in CSS, but they differ in the way they affect accessibility, layout, animation, performance, and event handling. Animation Some CSS hiding options are all or nothing. The element is either fully visible or fully invisible and there’s no in-between state. Others, such as transparency, can have a range of values, so interpolated CSS animations become possible. Accessibility Each method described below will visually hide an element, but it may or may not…

Read More

Understanding and Using rem Units in CSS — SitePoint – Website Design Article

CSS units have been the subject of several articles here on SitePoint (such as A Look at Length Units in CSS, The New CSS3 Relative Font Sizing Units, and The Power of em Units in CSS). In this article, we increase the count by having an in-depth look at rem units, which have excellent browser support and a polyfill if you need support for old IE. This article was updated in December, 2019 to reflect the current state of rem…

Read More