INDEX - Creating Code Art in css-doodle
These css-doodle tutorials will use some new terms that have to do with coding but I won't be digging very deep in to how to code. This is more about teaching you how to use and customize the code examples to create your own patterns.
Each tutorial will have a finished css-doodle file that you can compare to your own code. Use these files as a reference, as it is much easier to remember what you have learned if you take the time to type the code in to the code editor yourself, as you follow through the tutorial.
The basic layout for a css-doodle pattern is based on a CSS grid. With this grid and a few special functions, we can have a lot of creative fun. One of the most versatile functions is the @rand function, which allows us to get some truly random results. It's never boring.
INDEX - Creating Code Art with css-doodle
The css-doodle Basics
- Get Started with css-doodle - Startup File
- css-doodle Course - Online Editor Setup
- The Grid in css-doodle
- css-doodle Properties
- css-doodle Basic Shapes
Advanced css-doodle Patterns
- CSS Linear Gradient and css-doodle
- css-doodle Functions
- css-doodle and Unicode Characters
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