When we write CSS, sometimes we forget about some edge cases in the designs. For example, when the content is longer than we expected and we didn't account for that possibility, our design could break. We can't guarantee that our CSS will always work as expected, but at least we can reduce that by testing different types of content.
When you code CSS, you're writing abstract rules to take unknown content and organize it in an unknown medium. - Keith J. Grant
In this article, we will go through different UI bugs from real-world websites so we can account for them from the beginning. Ready? Let's go!
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