Using only CSS, we can create beautiful toggle switches in place of the default browser radio or checkbox inputs.
Ever wanted to recreate the Super Mario blocks in CSS? Of course you have! In this tutorial we will breakdown how to do just that, step-by-step.
Current industry trends such as flat or material design have placed accessibility and visual hierarchy as secondary requirements. Hopefully we can start to fix that.
Let's face it - the default browser styling for radio inputs is terrible. In this article we breakdown how to create beautiful radio options with just CSS.
My own personal gulp starter file used for most of my projects when compiling and processing Sass.