Fimber Elemuwa

  I'm a freelance web developer and certified SEO Content writer. I dabble a bit in poetry and I LOVE CHESS.


10 Stories by Fimber Elemuwa

A guide to wrapping in CSS

The CSS flex-wrap property allows you to control the wrapping behavior of flex items when they exceed the size of their flex container.
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Best text editors for React

Compare the top 5 rich text editors for React, including TinyMCE and ProseMirror, based on learning curve, plugins, mobile support, and more.
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Using CodeGeeX as a GitHub Copilot alternative

Learn about the free, open source alternative to Copilot, CodeGeeX, and its code generation, code translation, and code extension tools.
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Understanding neumorphism in CSS

Learn about neumorphism in CSS, a design style that allows you to create and edit user interface elements with a 3D appearance.
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The 6 best CSS background generators

Explore 6 of the best CSS background generators to learn how to add patterns and effects to your webpage and improve your UI.
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Using CSS to hide scrollbars without impacting scrolling

Hide the scrollbar in various browsers, including WebKit-based browsers, Internet Explorer, and Firefox, to remove distractions from your site’s layout and improve page load...
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The basics of lighting in Unity

Explore Unity light types, like Point Lights, and light modes, like Real-time Lighting, to master lighting in your Unity game.
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Use CSS to style a button with accessibility in mind

Learn how to style buttons in CSS to improve your webpage's accessibility for users with assistive devices, and to rank higher in search.
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Understanding and using the new CSS style queries

Improve responsive web development by applying CSS container style queries, which allow you to query components based on their size or style.
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When and how to choose between media queries and container queries

Learn the difference between media and container queries and how to use both in CSS.
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