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For most of CodePen’s life, we intentionally avoided this attribute. It’s normally globally set on the document, like… <html lang=”en”> You can set that yourself in a Project, where you’re authoring the entire HTML document. But in Pens, we provide the HTML shell for you. We always thought we have no idea what language you’re […]
We talk to the Codevember creators, Arthur and Valentin, about their backgrounds, where Codevember started from, what they’re using to manage Codevember, and what’s different about Codevember for 2017.
Deque Systems makes an open source project called aXe: The Accessibility Engine for automated testing of HTML-based user interfaces. Drop the aXe on your accessibility defects! There are a variety of ways you can use it, like a browser extension for Chrome or Firefox. It’s also just a stand-alone library, which is a smart move […]
There is loads of game experimentation happening on CodePen. I love that. People figuring out spriting techniques. People exploring gaming frameworks. People investigating gaming mechanics and physics. There are also some full-fledged games like Snake, Mine Sweeper, Flappy Bird clones, and Connect Four. But then there are some really unique stand-out games that are as […]
We just added something new to save you some time: design assets built right into CodePen! Click the “Assets” button in the footer of the Pen editor and you’ll find: A color picker with the Material Design palette Beautiful photos from Unsplash (try the search!) Patterns from Hero Patterns Icons from Material Design Icons A […]