Top 10 Squared circle tips

When you throw someone over the top rope at the Royal Rumble, don't immediately turn your back on them, assuming their feet hit the floor.

Sometimes they hold on to the ropes and come back in the ring when your back is turned, then throw you out.

If you want to win the Royal Rumble, eliminate Roman Reigns.

2018: Shinsuke Nakamura eliminates Roman Reigns and wins the Royal Rumble2017: Randy Orton eliminates Roman Reigns and wins the Royal Rumble2016: Triple H eliminates Roman Reigns and wins the Royal Rumble2015: Nobody eliminates Roman Reigns and therefore he wins the Royal Rumble2014: Batista eliminates Roman Reigns and wins the Royal Rumble5 years in a row!

If someone right next to you is yelling things at Chris Hero, be prepared for things to get uncomfortable.

Vertical align with flex

Since the Flexible Box Layout Model appeared, it became very popular, because it makes positioning and aligning elements easier. Using flex (Flexible Box Layout Model sub-property) made vertical alignment fast, nice, and easy before we had to do it a little bit around in many cases. Let’s take a look at code example for vertical positioning with flex because it allows doing a lot with alignment. As you can see in the code above, we used display: flex and align-items: center, justify-content: center to ensure our child element will be exactly in the center of the parent element. Easy, right?

Blend modes

We can do lots of cool stuff in CSS right now, and one of them is a blend mode. There are two properties for blend modes: mix-blend-mode, which defines blending between element and element behind it, and background-blend-mode, which defines blending between the background image and background color of the element. Let’s take a look at how it works: In the code above, we set image and header with text. The text is an element that is blended with the image. We used overlay value, but there are 15 other values that can be used. Now, let’s check the background-blend-mode code example: In this case, we can see how the background image got blended with the color. The first image is before blending, and the second one is after blending. Isn’t it amazing what we can do with CSS?

Parallax scrolling

Parallax is a very common trend in modern web design. It’s about scrolling background content at a different speed than foreground content when we scroll the page. Let’s see how this magic can be done using CSS: In the example, you can see how our text and background image are moving differently. We used transformZ, to fasten one element and slow another one. Looks good, right?

Shape outside

There is another great feature that came with CSS, and it’s not very common. It’s shape-outside property. It decides how content will wrap around the floated element. Let’s take a look at how it works: In the code example, you can see that the text overflows the circle. We set the value of shape-outside to circle 50%, but it’s also possible to set an image, triangle, square, etc. Check it out and play with it!

How to use CSS variables

You do not need sass or less to specify variables anymore! You can use this powerful feature in pure CSS now, specify, for example, color, and use it in many places without copying its hex code. Let’s take a look at the example, and you will learn how.

Truncate the string

I hate when my text doesn’t suit inside the div, and it goes out anesthetically. In Javascript, there are a few ways how we can manage it but, did you know that it’s possible to cut the text in CSS as well? Let’s check it out: Above, you can see how CSS can cut the text and finish it with …. I used overflow: hidden, white-space: nowrap, and finally to got three dots, I used text-overflow: ellipsis.

Keep it cool

“Sleep onset is accompanied by drop in internal body temperature,” explains Goldstein. “Cooler temperatures may also increase the depth of sleep. This can be facilitated by warming the extremities but sleeping in a cool environment. I wear socks to bed and use a fan.” The typical recommendation for temperature while sleeping is between 65 and 72 degrees, according to WebMD. However, different people feel comfortable at different temperatures, so if you’re someone who likes to sleep under a big pile of quilts, you’re probably going to want the room cooler so you don’t wake up sweating in the middle of the night.