It’s week four of the Halloween #CodePenChallenge! It has been one spooky scary month 👻👺☠️
Last week, the prompt was skeletons. No bones about it, the community knew what to do with that! Check out our Skeletons collection to see the Pens from the challenge.
This Week’s Prompt: Trick-or-Treat 🍬
As the Halloween challenge draws to a close, we’re celebrating the best part of Halloween: trick or treating! This week we want to see your best costumes, your funniest tricks, and your favorite treats. May your sacks of candy be as full as the moon.
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Create a Pen inspired by trick or treating! Let’s throw a costume party in the browser, show off your best front-end tricks, or create a candy-inspired Pen.
How to Participate
Create a Pen and tag it codepenchallenge and the weekly tag cpc-trick-or-treat. We’ll gather all those Pens into a collection and share our favorites on Twitter and Instagram (Use the #CodePenChallenge tag on Twitter and Instagram as well).
- Dan Wilson has a great series of optical illusion tutorials, complete with embedded Pens for you to try out.
- Watch Sasha Tran piece together a CSS Frankenstein’s monster on YouTube.
- Stumped for a costume? Check out this gallery of old-timey costumes, way scarier than anything you could conjure up today 😱.