With the launch of Salesforce1, our Design Systems team created a really awesome living style guide. It was a great first step in aligning an organization as large as Salesforce. But as the team talked with hundreds of customers at Dreamforce last year, they heard feedback that made them question whether the effort had gone […]
CSS scroll snapping, (available since July’s Firefox 39 release), allows you to control where to stop on an overflowing element when it’s scrolled. This lets you section your page into logical divisions and thus create smoother, easier-to-interact-with user interfaces. Touch devices in particular benefit from this feature, where it is easier for people to pan […]
There are so many different situations we can run into here that all require a slightly different approach in styling, so this post will review the typical properties used to tackle such issues and review a couple real-world scenarios that seem to present especially tricky text wrapping/overflow issues.