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New from Code The Web

Functions are one of the most useful features of JavaScript. Learn about function inputs, outputs, variable scopes and more in this article!

Around the internet

Learn how to build a memory matching card game, like the one from Super Mario 3, from scratch with plain JavaScript.

What The Flexbox?!
~ By Wes Bos

A simple 20 video course that will help you master CSS Flexbox

Learn about all the different tags that you can put within the element in HTML!

The Chrome DevTools provide an amazing set of tools to help you develop on the Web platform. Here are a few tips you might not know yet

🏛 Code The Web archives 🏛

Links and images are two of the most common elements in HTML. Learn how to use them along with file paths in this article…

There are many types of units in CSS, that serve for a range of purposes. Learn about them all in this article!

Loops let you run code as many times as you want! They are really powerful, and a great thing to know. Learn them once and for all in this article from Code The Web!

🤓 Featured coding project 🤓
Expanding Grid Menu animation

This is a really awesome and creative way of implementing navigation on a website, and is really cool. Click on the image above to see the animation in action!

P.S. Have a cool coding project like this one? Shoot me an email and it might get featured! It can be one of your own or something you found online.

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