Part of the job of being a front-end developer is applying different techniques and technologies to pull off the desired UI and UX. Perhaps you work with a design team and implement their designs. I know when I look at a design (heck, even if I know I'm not going to be building it), my front-end brain starts triggering all sorts of things I know will be related to the task.
Let's take a look at what I mean.
Check out this lovely Dribbble shot for a Food Recipe Website from Riko Sapto Dimo.
It's a very appealing design, and there is loads in there to think about from a front-end web design and development standpoint.
We're going to mostly be talking about design pattern choices and HTML/CSS tech choices. There is much more to the job of front-end development. Accessibility! Performance! Semantics! Design systems! All important stuff as well.
Multi-line padded text
Ah yes, that look where text has a background that follows the length of the lines of text. We've called that Multi-Line Padded Text in the past and looked at a number of ways to do it. The easiest and most modern way to handle it is with
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