Posts Tagged ‘css’

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AEM Forms: Custom Styling for the AEM Forms Component

The AEM Forms product comes with many out-of-the-box (OOTB) UI components that allow you to build meaningful forms for your business; the forms can be used to collect data, like applications, surveys, and consent authorization.  But, these OOTB UI form components come with default UI styling.  When we integrate AEM Forms into a website, the […]

How to Show/Hide HTML Elements by Only Using CSS

The ability to show/hide an HTML element should be simple enough, right? Well, we can use some HTML attributes and JavaScript functions if we want to, but what if we want to do perform this task without using JavaScript. Is it possible? Yes, it is possible. We can do it with just CSS. Yes, you […]

Freezing Row and Column in HTML Table Using CSS

An interactive and easy-to-use user interface always engages the user to work more. Whenever a grid/table structure is used to show the data a common scenario comes to show a scroll bar when data is more than a visual range. When the user scrolls the table using the scroll bar either the row header or […]

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Implementing Custom Play/Pause Button for Embedded YouTube Videos Using IFrame Player API

Recently, I worked on one bug where GTM tracking was breaking for an embedded YouTube video with a custom play button. The video played perfectly fine on the click of the play button, but it was not getting tracked by GTM. I didn’t find anything wrong in the code, so I researched and found that […]

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CSS Transform Property: Four Common Uses

The CSS transform property allows a developer to perform a number of different actions on an element that changes how that element appears in the browser.  While the realm of possibilities for what you can do with one or more of the transform values is very large, here are some common uses to save time […]

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Accessible Balance: HTML & ARIA

Introduced in 2008 by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) group, the family of attributes known by the acronym ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) allows developers to supplement HTML where it lacks in accessibility. ARIA is a group of attributes that work to supplement HTML attributes to create a more accessible experience for those using assistive […]

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Creating Your First Custom AEM Component Using React – Part 1

Recently, I went through an article about integrating React JS and Angular JS with AEM. In this blog, I am going to show you how to create a custom component that includes a cq:dialog and one that does not include a cq:dialog. Before building the components, clone the repository, which is a sample project based […]

Solved with CSS: Image Captions Done Right

There is a problem with the default styling of the figure caption (figcaption) element that is intrinsic to the way HTML and CSS work on their simplest level.  Elements don’t know or care about the other elements around them; they behave in their own way, no matter what content comes before or after them.  Let’s […]

How to Customize Your Own HTML5 Audio Player

Introduction Web developers have wanted to use audio and video on the web for quite a long time. With the standardization of HTML5 and most modern browsers starting to implement HML5, it’s been a great surprise for us. In the past, implementing audio and video in a web application would be very tedious since we […]

Using BEM-Style CSS Syntax in SCSS

Modular component styles are becoming significantly important in modern UI trends. Handling scalability while decreasing naming convention differences is a necessary step towards code cohesion. Disclaimer: I use a slightly modified flavor of BEM syntax, feel free to use traditional BEM, or some other flavor of your own. When developing UI components, specifically for use […]

How to Force AEM to Not Process CSS URLs

By default, AEM CSS processor will transform the CSS URL functional notation “url()” into a relative URL to the ClientLibrary, if the URL was relative to begin with, ie, it does not start with “/” This poses an issue when using the CSS fill property for SVG and providing a gradient id (read more here) The following was […]

#AdobeSummit Standout: PhoneGap and Framework7 for Mobile Apps

We’ve seen many innovative features and products launched at Adobe Summit 2017. As a developer, one cool feature that attracted me the most was the development of a hybrid mobile application with PhoneGap along with Framework7 open source UI framework. When developing a mobile application using JavaScript, CSS and native libraries, I have faced issues with […]

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