What is fast CSS? Where are the bottlenecks? Are the rules of slow and fast selectors even valid anymore? Are the properties we use more important than the selectors? Ben Frain revisit some of these questions.
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Robert Mion shows how to build a responsive, modular email template that looks great in today’s most popular email clients.
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Articles & Tutorials
Rachel McCollin shows how to make embedded content responsive using CSS, so that content such as video and calendars resize with the browser’s viewport.
Manoela Ilic explores very creative and subtle border animation effects using CSS transitions on SVG lines.
BEM is an ever-evolving system that allows you to bring clarity to your code and help you better define and set hierarchy to your front-end development. Josh Medeski will tell you more about it.
Paul Irish explains how to use the DevTools timeline to identify bottlenecks of your application. Also, don’t forget to check out the original article.
REM units can be confusing, especially without a solid understanding of EM and the PX units. Jeremy Church explains how exactly these units work and when to use them.
See how Sass Control Directives such as if, for, each and while can help you write leaner Sass code from Scott O’Hara.
Ezequiel Bruni explains how you can easily create horizontal scrolling layout.
A very nice video-introduction to Bower (front-end package manager) by Will Stern.
Stackicons are icon fonts for the web, designed to do more — with multiple button shapes and a unique “multi-color” option.
A set of basic mixins for the LESS CSS preprocessor. Most of these mixins focus on consolidating cross-browser prefixes into single, concise declarations.
A pug made entirely out of HTML and CSS3. Truly an impressive piece of CSS art.
Until next Week