Reducing The Need For Pseudo-Elements

Matt Reardon, Associate Marketing Specialist
Posted on Oct 15, 2021

Looking for ways to make your code more efficient? Imarc veteran Marcel Moreau breaks down how you can use newer CSS properties to make your code simpler and limit reliance on pseudo-elements.

For more than 14 years, Smashing Magazine has provided informative, useful content for web designers and developers. Articles range from tutorials to opinions, guides, and case studies. Prioritizing quality content, the community is dedicated to nurturing professional growth and refining the development skills of its members.

In a recent article for Smashing Magazine, Lead Front-end Engineer Marcel Moreau details how to use newer CSS properties to improve efficiency and cut down on the use of pseudo-elements. Since joining Imarc in 2011, Marcel’s attention to detail and exceptional development skills have helped Imarc create numerous easy-to-use, high-performing websites for clients. Marcel’s extensive front-end experience and keen focus on the end-user allows him to deliver incredible results, and consistently wow our clients.

You can read the full article here:
Reducing the need for pseudo-elements

Other articles by Marcel include:

Cutting up a design comp with Sass using Bootstrap 5: A video tutorial

How-to guide for creating edge-to-edge color bars that work with a grid