In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about CSS + JS Hacks that they're ok with using.Sponsor - Freshbooks
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- 00:53 What are the things in web dev, that feel wrong or hacky when starting out, but are actually totally accepted to do?
- 02:09 Sponsor: Sentry
- 03:12 Sponsor: Freshbooks
- 05:32 Negative margins in CSS
- 07:53 Not Passing a radix to parseInt()
- 10:17 -50% translation 50% direction
- 11:27 Overwriting Arguments in a function
- 13:20 non-standard-element
- 17:26 Button must have a type
- 18:56 Triangles out of borders
- 20:40 Overflow:hidden to clear a float
- 20:55 Always pass noopener to links!
- 22:16 Inline styles