https://gist.github.com/davidweatherall/dfc469b7a4451b169ae5... Is my go to sass function for creating a simple to use z-index map.
Aside from the extremes they are happy with the natural order, I think.
"Final Fantasy? The Enduring Influence of JRPGs on Web Development Practices."
I think is a result of the fact that styling is outside the domain of front-end software engineering. I don't mean this literally; clearly it is part of the job description. What I mean is that as a software engineer my primary skillset is in programming and CSS generally has very little to do with programming.
This is true semantically (CSS lacks good support for variables, functions, conditionals, etc.). However, it is also true in terms of of how designs are generally structured. For example, layout tends to be "I want exactly this spacing at this breakpoint and this spacing at this other breakpoint" instead of "I want the spacing to scale according to this equation of screen size".
9999. Ahhhh....Just right.
Is this value there due to some stock value in some well used piece of software such as a cookie notice plugin for Wordpress?
I had not realised this was a '42' grade special number before and I wonder how it is so popular in CSS.
42: H2G2: The answer to life, the universe, and everything
> Perhaps you will succeed where I failed, and find a way to include in a chart the largest z-index value I found, namely 10^1242-1.
> Yes, that’s 1242 times the number 9.
Come on, I know maths are no longer needed to be a developer, but this is ridiculous.