16 astuces pour augmenter le nombre d’abonnés à votre newsletter de blog

Construire une base d’abonnés solide et grandissante demande du travail mais la récompense est grande. Non seulement vous avez un public enthousiaste mais vous avez également des données pour montrer l’impact des efforts de votre marketing de contenu sur l’entreprise. Comme le dit Joe Pulizzi, expert en marketing, « Si vous construisez un public avec des membres engageants qui dévorent votre contenu, ont confiance en vous et vous adorent, ils vont commencer à changer leur comportement. Ils resteront plus longtemps en tant que clients ou achèteront plus« . Connaître les besoins pour…

Displaying the Current Step with CSS Counters

Say you have five buttons. Each button is a step. If you click on the fourth button, you’re on step 4 of 5, and you want to display that. This kind of counting and displaying could be hard-coded, but that’s no fun. JavaScript could do this job as well. But CSS? Hmmmm. Can it? CSS has counters, so we can certainly count the number of buttons. But how do we calculate only up to a certain button? Turns out it can be done. Thanks to Jan Enning for emailing in…

Marketing en été : 6 conseils pour éviter la baisse d’activité

Si l’été rime avec vacances et soleil, cette saison peut aussi entrainer une baisse des activités pour certaines entreprises. Pourtant, c’est une période propice à la consommation. Les gens sont détendus, ils ont du temps pour eux et cherchent souvent de bonnes affaires. Pour profiter des atouts de l’été, la règle est simple : adaptez votre stratégie marketing !   1. Sortir du tout digital Alors que le mercure grimpe, les consommateurs déconnectent leur ordinateur, quittent – provisoirement – leur smartphone, pour profiter du beau temps, de la plage ou de leur…

Bootstrap 5

It’s always notable when the world biggest CSS framework goes up a major version (it’s in alpha now). It has dropped jQuery and IE, started using some CSS custom properties, gone fully customized with form elements, started to embrace utility classes, and includes a massive icon set you can use via SVG sprite. Sweet. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post Bootstrap 5 appeared first on CSS-Tricks. Source: csstricks

Building Serverless GraphQL API in Node with Express and Netlify

I’ve always wanted to build an API, but was scared away by just how complicated things looked. I’d read a lot of tutorials that start with “first, install this library and this library and this library” without explaining why that was important. I’m kind of a Luddite when it comes to these things. Well, I recently rolled up my sleeves and got my hands dirty. I wanted to build and deploy a simple read-only API, and goshdarnit, I wasn’t going to let some scary dependency lists and fancy cutting-edge services…

WordPress Contributors Seek Sponsorship for Improving Gutenberg Developer Docs

A couple of WordPress contributors are currently looking for folks to sponsor them to work on the documentation for the WordPress block editor (often referred to as “Gutenberg”) and this is your chance to support them. If you’ve developed blocks for the WordPress block editor — or at least have tried to — then you have likely struggled to find any meaningful documentation. Heck, just look at two recent posts here at CSS-Tricks where Dmitry Mayorov explains block variations and Leonardo Losoviz adds a welcome guide to the block editor.…

Posters! (for CSS Flexbox and CSS Grid)

Any time I chat with a fellow web person and CSS-Tricks comes up in conversation, there is a good chance they’ll say: oh yeah, that guide on CSS flexbox, I use that all the time! Indeed that page, and it’s cousin the CSS grid guide, are among our top trafficked pages. I try to take extra care with them making sure the information on them is current, useful, and the page loads speedily and properly. A while back, in a round of updates I was doing on the guides, I…

Get Worldwide Postal Code Data with Zip Code API (Sponsored)

Accurate shipping and location information is well worth the price you need to pay for it. You can sell that information, you can target consumers to perfection, and save yourself loads of frustration when it comes to shipping. Creating your own location API isn’t worth the time — there are amazing APIs that can do that job for you, like Zip Code API. Quick Hits Free to try with 10,000 requests per month! Provides world wide postal codes, not just the most popular countries Provides distance calculations and radius search…

UX : Comment éviter le contenu instable et améliorer votre Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) ?

Le Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) est une métrique mesurant l’instabilité du contenu, obtenue en additionnant les changements de mise en page qui se produisent au-delà des 500 premières millisecondes du chargement de la page. Elle examine la quantité de contenu qui se déplace dans l’écran de l’utilisateur ainsi que la distance à laquelle les éléments concernés ont été déplacés. Imaginez que vous lisez un article, et qu’au milieu de ce dernier des éléments se déplacent soudainement sur la page, vous obligeant à retrouver l’endroit où vous vous êtes arrêté. C’est…

USA.css

Lots of fun with gradients from Bennet Feely: stars, stripes, banners, bursts… I love being able to use nice patterns with either no image requests at all, or very little SVG. And important reminder: Bennet does all sorts of cool stuff. I’ve probably used Clippy about a million times. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post USA.css appeared first on CSS-Tricks. Source: csstricks