Over the last while, we’ve been working on a project to bring interactive examples to MDN pages. Our current status with this is:
- we’ve written examples for some of the CSS pages
One of the next steps is to write examples for the rest of the CSS pages. These things are fairly quick and quite fun to write, so if anyone wants to help out, we’d really appreciate it. You can see what a few of them look like on the pages that have been updated:
If you’re interested in helping out, please:
- read https://github.com/mdn/interactive-examples/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md to understand what’s involved
- pick an issue from the list of “help wanted” and “example needed” issues on GitHub
- write an example and send a pull request to the https://github.com/mdn/interactive-examples repo
Finally: there’s a spreadsheet listing all the properties and CSS functions that have pages on MDN. This is what I’m using to track the work. So if you’re not inspired by any of the items that already have GitHub issues, then you’re welcome to work on any of the items in this spreadsheet that are up for grabs (meaning, that the “status” column is either blank or says “Not started”).
If you do decide to work on one of the spreadsheet items, please file an issue for it, and in the issue, comment that you are intending to work on it. This will help us to avoid collisions.