JavaScript is powerful.

But sometimes, you can do great things using CSS.

A long thread of CSS tips and tricks:

1. Smooth scrolling

https://t.co/eRRqdjrykQ
2. Change marker styling
3. Add styling to video subtitle

https://t.co/Oorw0Vymda
4. Change input caret color

https://t.co/OKSsAtxEuJ
5. Typewritter effect using pure CSS

https://t.co/Q6vorP1mFL
6. Customize text selection

https://t.co/lcsl9xVQ4X
7. Zoom image on hover

https://t.co/wB16o8jRWR
8. Customize first letter

https://t.co/5mK65WYUqS
9. Pure CSS image carousel

https://t.co/ecvhTwLBbw
10. Comma separated list

https://t.co/N9WeaMNVtb
11. Text outline using 1 CSS property

https://t.co/k41IoCECRc
12. Customize list style type

https://t.co/DOQK8EV0tS
13. Style range input

https://t.co/DWW7Fskw04
14. 3D elements using CSS

https://t.co/OFUn4UHhUQ
15. Optimize the performance

https://t.co/4im7DbNuFf
16. Create round text

https://t.co/IWEC1nJQV0
17. Wavy underline

https://t.co/7gkr2ykYOB
18. Truncate text using CSS

https://t.co/7SQ5m5mGCM
19. Negative selector

https://t.co/Z6NPEndM24
20. Prevent text selecting

https://t.co/Sudo7KLwh1
21. Make div scrollable

https://t.co/NEYyQadOOA
22. Image reflection

https://t.co/Tsy0J1i9r0
23. Image rendering

https://t.co/J7uLQAjYJB
End of this thread.

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