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Hey hey `font-display`

Chris Coyier: Y'all know about font-display? It's pretty great. It's a CSS property that you can use within @font-face blocks to control how, visually, that font loads. … What do you get from it? The ability to control FOUT and FOIT as is right for your project, two things that both kinda suck in regards to font loading. Font loading strategy is pretty important. It's one of the reasons I searched far and wide to improve the performance of fonts on Brightly Colored. Fortunately, if you're using @font-face, using font-display is as easy as using one line of CSS, and you'll see the performance improvements immediately. Unfortunately, as Chris points out, there's no performant way to get around either FOUT or FOIT.

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Keep pixelated images pixelated as they scale

Chris Coyier: We're quite used to the idea that scaling an image larger than its natural size (upscaling) causes it to be blurry. As awful as that is, it's the browser doing the best it can to algorithmically smooth out an image over more pixels than it has data. But let's say you'd really rather not it do that. Say the image is already pixel-y (pixel art), or you prefer the look of a pixelated upscaling. You can do it! File this one in the “I had no idea this existed” category. Really simple CSS trick, but definitely a useful one.

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