CodePen is a huge worldwide community of web designers and developers. There are meetups all over the globe. There are going on 2 million registered users of CodePen who have made north of 20 million Pens. We hear about CodePen being used as part of people getting jobs all the time. Some front-end folks use […]
This is a guest post by David DeSandro. You might know David from his work at Metafizzy or right here on CodePen. We’ve worked with David in the past on code and UI work, and now he’s at it again with some branding work! Here’s David: SVG has renewed my love of viewing source. It’s […]
Tim H, Rach, and Marie talk about screenshots on CodePen. How we generate the default screenshots, how and why we built the new custom screenshots feature, and a little discussion about what’s coming up in the world of headless Chrome.
On Monday, the US will be in the path of a total solar eclipse, and if you’ve been watching the Picks over the past few days you can probably tell we’re excited about it! Here are a few of my favorite eclipse-themed Pens. “Interactive Eclipse” by Michal might not be scientifically accurate, but it sure […]
Unlike templates, there is no URL you can hit to Fork a Pen or Project. There are some boring technical reasons for that. It’s us, not you 😉 But because there is no URL, you can’t, for example, right-click the Fork button and “Open in a New Tab” like you might want to. A bit […]