CSS Experiment: No Div Forest
Khanh Tran has been experimenting with textures in CSS and drawings with a single element or no element at all (using the
<body>). This is one of them. The forest is a collection of conic gradients, so be ready to open the CSS file if you want to check the code, as it’s so large that the dev tools crash if you try to inspect the body.
(Svelte) Range Slider Pips fancy example
These slider labels float and bounce with the input, providing a beautiful experience (micro-interactions for the win!) Simon Goellner’s demo is clean and an excellent implementation of the Svelte Range Slider (with pips) library.
If we are talking about CSS Art, Kass is an expert. This three-dimensional-looking sphere explores how to apply realistic shadows and lights (which are also shadows in CSS) to a single element. And extra points for making it responsive (not too common in CSS Art).