Head’s up! The survey closed on July 12, 2022. We got tons of responses — thanks to everyone for helping us out!
Hey, so it’s been a minute since we announced that CSS-Tricks is now part of the DigitalOcean family. Things are pretty much business as usual and hopefully it feels that way to you, too. Now that we’re getting settled, we’re eager to start poking at the future of this site.
What sort of things are we poking at? Well, that’s where you come in. You see, there’s no shortage of ideas for CSS-Tricks, but we only want to work on things that continue to make CSS-Tricks one of the spots you come to time and again for all things front-end (including actual CSS tricks).
So, we put together a short little survey for you. Nothing intense, just a few questions to help us vet those ideas and ultimately shape the future of CSS-Tricks.
Thanks so much for your help! And while I have you, thanks for continuing to hang with us. In the seven years I’ve been working here at CSS-Tricks, I know this site wouldn’t even be here today without y’all. Here’s to the future of CSS-Tricks and learning together!
Oh, and one more update for all of you who miss the newsletter: it will be back! But we had to drop a ton of you off the list (seriously, like 80% of all subscribers) to be compliant with legal stuff that’s over my head. No worries, though, because you can re-subscribe right down here with your email address.
Would the newsletter still be published on-site? I prefer reading it there.
Me too! There’s no talk of taking the newsletter off the site and I’d like to think it will still be here when it picks back up.
I would like an RSS option for the newsletter
This is probably a silly question!
Is there no longer a login to CSS Tricks specifically?
Not a silly question at all! That is correct, though, at least for the time being. Are you thinking something along the lines of the MVP Supporter Membership?
Thank Geoff. And yes… MVP, as well as guest writing.
#1 is Change the name, no longer reflects trends or “edge” of technology. that will allow to get a new domain with not cringy-dashed, even try another TLD like .DEV
We were actually thinking of something like css-with-extra-dashes-because-theyre-.biz